Uganda is the ideal destination for the first time safari explorer to observe wild life throughout endless savannahs, or tracking mountain gorillas…

Kampala, Uganda’s capital, features jammed packed streets filled with crowds, taxis and travelling along side streets – but this bustling urban core fades into a leafy garden city, which is lined with exclusive restaurants, bars, and trendy accommodation. It is said that Uganda is the ideal meeting point between the East African Savannah and the West African jungle. And because of this distinctive geographical location, Uganda offers you an

unusual combination of experiences. While on safari, you will observe wild such as lions prowling about in the open savannahs early morning …then in the afternoon, you could track chimpanzees through the rain forest. The very next day, you could hike through misty mountains while gorilla trekking, or explore the Nile river to observe crocodiles and hippos, and for the adventurous at heart, go white water rafting on the mighty Nile river.

Areas to visit...
  • Kampala
  • Entebbe
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Lake Mburo National Park
  • Jinja
  • Murchison Falls National Park
Uganda is special because...
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Enjoy bird watching a boat at the Kazinga channel or wildlife viewing such as Congo lions, leopard, crocodiles and birds
Bwindi National Park
Impenetrable and home to more than 300 mountain gorillas and chimpanzees and many other spectacular and rare wildlife species
Murchison Falls National Park
Covered by savannah, an impressive park which constitute the Nile River’s bursting point onto banks where animals live
Kidepo National Park
An ornithologist’s dream, because this park with its immense variety of fauna and flora provides a paradise for birds to thrive
Kibale Forest National Park
The largest community of habituated chimpanzees in Uganda can be found here, including approximately 13 species of primates
Explorative experiences in Uganda
Raft the Nile
You have an abundance of water sports because Jinja is East Africa’s adventure capital due to its geographical location to the Nile
Track chimpanzees
You can track primates such as black and white colobus monkey and impish grey-cheeked mangabeys through thick equatorial rainforests
Track gorillas in Bwindi
You can track gorillas in the Bwindi Forest, which is said to be the most remarkable and humbling wildlife experience on earth
Hike the Rwenzori
You have access to the legendary snow-capped Mountains of the Moon where you can complete a strenuous yet unforgettable hiking trail

From Uganda you can easily extend your African explorations into Kenya or Rwanda

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