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Safaris,Tours and Adventures Uganda

According to Winston Churchill, he described Uganda as the “Pearl of Africa”, and with good cause. This country is hallowed with unique features like the volcanic mountains, luxurious valleys, massive/immense lakes, plentiful of wildlife and grassy/green, the stunning vegetation and scenery will just leave you in wonder, multi-ethnic capital, all this extant (a lot of package) in Uganda yet moderately a small country. Regardless of its challenging political past, the resilient spirit of its people and the wealth of its natural treasures has seen Uganda rise above, offering travelers/tourists a safe and rewarding safari destinations. Safaris in Uganda can be such a spoiler from the many choices you have to discover. Whether your comforts are Chimpanzees, Gorilla Tour, Game viewing, bird sighting, primates, white water rafting, mountain climbing, spot fishing, bungee jumping or cultural encounters, Uganda has got you concealed and still holds most of Africa most valued secrets.

Safari Destinations in Uganda

  • Murchison Falls Safari.

Where you will experience the famous Murchison falls when the Victoria Nile powerfully forces its way via a narrow fissure as it thrusts 43 m down with a thunderous roar. These falls form the centre piece and this is the most toured. See the grand African wildlife when engaged in a boat cruise to the foot of these falls (Murchison Falls), where the Nile River squashes via a narrow valley &drops enormously over the rift valley wall. You can have a 3 Day Murchison falls tour,5 Days Big Five wildlife safari.

  • Chimpanzee Tracking Uganda Safari.

Human’s closest living creatures/relatives-the Chimpanzees which share 98% of human genes. Throughout Africa they are sighted in 21 countries however they are better spotted in Uganda due to their vast populace. Kibale forest is a very good shelter which houses these endangered species and boosts chimpanzee tracking safaris however Uganda safari chimps can also be spotted in Budongo forest in Murchison Falls national park plus the Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park.

  • Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Uganda’s most scenic and toured game reserve. A huge diversity of habitats involving the savannah grassland mixed with several kinds of trees and grassy plains as well as various swamps and volcanic features which involve volcanic cones and deep craters and tropical rain forest give the park its distinctive appearance. Queen Elizabeth National park is the perfect place to view large game, go bird watching along the Kazinga channel, and track chimpanzees in the Kyambura Gorge as well as the famous tree climbing lions in Ishasha section. Enjoy a game drive in this park, sheltering elephants, lions, leopards, hippos, etc. Watch rhinos in their natural territory on a walk via the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

  • Kidepo Valley National park.

Though remote, but this park is a true hunk of Uganda’s nature with great savannah landscapes and intensifying mountains in its contextual. It has an area coverage of 1,442 km 2, an altitude of 900-2750 m. The population of tourists here per day (an average of 6 visitors on a daily basis) and the only park left in the continent where you have high chances of having the park to yourself.

  • Lake Mburo National park.

This National park is among the list of one of Uganda’s smallest wildlife parks enriched with Wild game. Bountiful of bird life, more than 315 various bird species, a rich animal life (68 various mammals like impala, leopards, buffalo, jackals and hyenas to sight on a Uganda tour. And the only destination to find Zebras.

  • Sipi falls Uganda safari

This is debatably the most exquisite chain of waterfalls in Uganda desk bound/seated in the foothills of Mt. Elgon as they oversee a huge plain. These falls contain 3 levels all with appalling prettiness though the 95 m main drop attracts more tourists to this place and more to that. Having a night or two in this stunning but serene place is an experience you cannot manage to miss.

  • Bwindi Impenetrable forest

Debatably the most biologically assorted destination on earth, with half of the only remaining populace of endangered mountain gorillas in the world, Bwindi impenetrable forest is a must go place once in Africa. This Africa’s gem was acknowledged by UNESCO as a world heritage site mainly for its biological implication. Touring for a 3 Days Gorilla Tracking, here you are able to spend time (1 hr) with theses precious gentle giants (Gorilla Tracking) or even spend 4 hrs with the mountain Gorillas through your engagement in the Gorilla Habituation Experience activity. Trek through the dense montane forests of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, home to half the world’s mountain gorilla population

  • Rwenzori mountains

This imposing range of mountains is situated on the border between Uganda and DR Congo. Its highest snow covered peak Margherita stands at a height of 5109 m. It bounces to about 110 km in length, includes an astounding series of landscapes, from the peculiar Afro-alpine moorland to the thick tropical rain forest on the lower slopes and lastly the glaciers at the highest reaches. If you are an adventurous mountaineer, test yourself to a trek via the tropical rain forest, alpine valleys and glacial landscapes in the isolated Rwenzori Mountains (“Mountains of the Moon”), concluding in a tough rise of Margherita Peak -5,109 m/ 16,762 ft, Africa’s 3rd highest mountain.

  • Ssese Islands.

This consists of approximately many islands (84) found along the north-western shore of Lake Victoria. The fabulous white sand beaches make this island a fine place to kick back, lessen to a good book read after your Uganda safari. You can relish a good canoe ride but you are recommended not to swim due to the risks of Bilharzia and the infrequent tours of hippos or crocodiles.

  •  Lake Bunyonyi

The most beautiful and highly appreciated lake in Uganda. It has got 29 islands, most of the occupied and joined for agriculture. Relish sighting the paddling of dug-out canoes via the foggy morning as crested cranes fly above in the morning.

  • Semuliki National Park.

This park has an area coverage of about 220 km 2 of gorge ground that institute a connection between the heights of the vast torrid Jungles of central Africa and East Africa. There is existence of the fascinating wildlife, sulphur hot springs that are sighted on a short day walk.

  • Kibale Forest national park

This park is found close to the town of Fort Portal in the western area of Uganda, East of the Rwenzori Mountains. Its area coverage is 766 km 2 and an altitude alternating between 110 & 1600 m. Kibale forest is one of the few remaining spans that consists of both montane and lowland forests leading to formation of a not ending wind up forest with Queen Elizabeth National park. search Kibale Forest for more than a dozen primate species, including the elusive chimpanzee

Therefore, encourage travelers who come to tour Uganda also go to other East African destinations for tours and trips. Remarkably Rwanda tours are favored for a double Gorilla trek in 2 different East African Tour countries i.e. Uganda and Rwanda. Other travelers chain their Ugandan tour with safaris to Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and Congo. Take a look at our sole tours and start preparing your remarkable Ugandan adventure.

3 Days Murchison Falls Safari Uganda Tour

3 Days Gorilla Safari Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable Park tour

3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari

4 Days Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda Safari

8 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari Tour

12 Days Jungle Uganda Safari Tour

14 Day Uganda Safari Eco -explorer