For years on end, Uganda is still one of the most popular safari destinations in East Africa. Although the country is land locked and relatively small, Uganda has put her best foot forward in constituting some of the best African safari itineraries on the continent. In fact, most travelers would agree that indeed, she is the “the pearl of Africa”, a graceful gem for the brave adventurous seeker. A typical Uganda safari will take you through the most exotic spots of this magical land; with plenty of memories to spare.
Our Uganda safaris are uniquely cut-out for your specialized needs. We understand that an African safari would be incomplete without the iconic Uganda safari wildlife. That is why we make it a point to present you with the rather unique opportunity to visit the most outstanding Uganda safari national parks; each offering unique wildlife safari goodness. Be it the curious members of “the Big 5”, which are the most sought after animals, or record breaking bird-life; we have got it all covered.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is without a doubt one of the most famous Uganda safari national parks. This is owing to the fact that it is a home to the rare Uganda safari mountain gorillas. Moreover, these gentle giants can only be found in three countries in the whole world; Uganda, Rwanda and the DR Congo. With our Uganda safaris, prepare yourself to come within close range as humanly possible as can be allowed. You can then choose to spend half a day or the entire day observing these unique apes.
The Uganda safaris tree climbing Lions are another common delight on the African safari arena. You will find that Queen Elizabeth National Park is not only the most visited park on any Uganda safari but it is also where you can marvel at the wonder of a Uganda safari Lion climbing up a tree, hippos, or half of the world’s population of Nile crocodiles in the Kazinga channel. The park also poses a significant historic value as it was named after Queen Elizabeth upon her first visit to Uganda.
Murchison falls National Park is not only home to some of the most magnificent Uganda safari falls but it also home to the majestic Murchison falls. The Murchison falls, falling over 43m high, will definitely blow your mind. Your Uganda safari will also include game viewing in parks like Kidepo Valley National Park, a lone jewel in the dry wild plains of north eastern Uganda and Kibale Forest National Park where a Chimpanzee trekking adventure awaits you.
We consider hiking and mountain climbing a very important aspect of a Uganda safari. Indulge your inner adventurous self by joining our Uganda safari hiking team; persevering through the cold and physical challenges to conquer the summit of some iconic mountains like the Virunga ranges and Mt Rwenzori; the highest in Uganda. Expect some Uganda safari elusive scenery and photography opportunities at the “mountains of the moon”. Other hiking ventures will include; the sipi falls.
Hiking, game viewing and gorilla trekking are not the only Africa safari activities we have in store for you on our Uganda safaris. We strive to give you value for your money along with memories that will last you a lifetime. Experience a Hot air balloon Uganda safari; where you see the beauty of these lush green fields from the eagle’s eye. Meet an assortment of primates jumping from branch to branch as you float amidst the blue Uganda safari skies. Cover more ground while spotting more on your wildlife safari.
Our Uganda safari activity pack includes a wide range of African safari tours activities like birding; with over 1066 species to offer, canoeing along magnificent Uganda safari clear waters set against clear blue skies, white water rafting at the source of River Nile, fishing in some of the freshest waters on the planet, nature walks through open plains and thick forests and landscape viewing. Prepare yourself for some of the best Uganda safaris natural sceneries and mind blowing experiences.
There is no Uganda safari without a proper cultural encounter that is why we plan ahead for your African safari to interact with some of the most popular native tribes in Uganda. There are over 54 tribes in Uganda and you can only meet some of the most famous ones including the e’chuya batwa of Bwindi Impenetrable forest. This ancient tribe of pygmies is believed to have occupied the forest alongside wildlife for thousands of years. Learn about their tribal history and culture on these Uganda safaris.