Banded Mongoose Filming Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda, The best time to film Banded Mongoose is Queen Elizabeth National Park of Uganda in the morning hours and in the afternoon around Mweya Peninsula inside the park, when going for Banded Mongoose filming you will go with Ugandan Banded Mongoose Researchers who are best in Queen Elizabeth National Park, the activity of Banded Mongoose is certainly not known to many tourists who come to Uganda, but those who take part in Banded Mongoose Research, Mongoose trekking, Banded Mongoose photography and filming never regret and also you get chance of viewing Kazinga Channel and much other wildlife as you work Band Mongoose Researchers.
The best place to film Banded Mongoose in Uganda is at Mweya Peninsula which has a large number of Banded Mongoose Uganda, the banded mongoose have a long tail and claws used in defending themselves and digging, you more information about Banded Mongoose from the team of Researchers you will be working with.
The best Banded Mongoose filming location in Uganda is in Queen Elizabeth National Park at Mweya Peninsula, Tourists and other visitors who participate in the Banded Mongoose Research Project in Uganda the visit always becomes highlights of a trip to Queen Elizabeth National Park, if interested in spending time with Banded Mongoose in Uganda contact us we will add it to your Uganda tour itinerary.
For anyone to film Banded Mongooses in Queen Elizabeth national park of Uganda, the first thing you need to do is to process a Mongooses filming permit which is issued by Uganda Wildlife Authority at their head office in Kampala, you will also require to process media cards which are issued by Uganda Media Council in Kampala.
Also, film crews will need to clear their filming equipment with customs at the airport or at any entry point, contact us at Kisoro tours Uganda we will help you to process both the mongooses filming permits and get for you Uganda Media cards with the clearing of your filming equipment’s at the airport or at any entry point into Uganda.
The cost of Banded Mongoose filming in Uganda in Queen Elisabeth national park, depends on how days and time you wish to spend on filming Mongoose in this park in order to determine how much you will pay for your filming trip of Banded Mongoose in Uganda, after securing the filming permits in Uganda, from here you will also need to pay commercial and monitoring filming fees which are also paid to Uganda wildlife Authority at their head office in Kampala Uganda and also pay 40% per person of entry fees for general commercial wildlife filming. Park entry fees are now USD45 per person, meaning that 40% of $45 is $18 per person per day which will cover general filming and also for the game drives and have to monitoring fees of 10% total costs for filming in any Uganda national park.