It usually involves embarking a Safari vehicle with a pop roof with your guide and drive through the permanently established tracks while enjoying the awe-inspiring views of animals, landscapes, plant species and sunset/sun rise.
With your camera you are free to take a lot of photos, you may be only limited by the storage space of your camera, otherwise move with extra memory cards.
During the drive, the speed is low such that clients are able to behold whatever they want, take photos and as well wonder at the uniquely gifted sceneries.
While in Uganda, you can do this activity in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison, Kidepo, and Lake Mburo National Park.
If you are not well versed with the tracks, its better you hire a Park ranger guide to lead you through because off tracking results into a penalty of $150 USD per incident. Then game driving costs $20 USD per day.