Uganda offers a lot, as it is stated by Lonely Planet to be the number one destination in the world! Ever wondered why? It’s amazing! Gorilla trekking and chimpanzee trekking are two of the reasons that Uganda is an exceptional country. Gorilla tracking is a “once in a lifetime experience” and Lonely Planet states that this is the most popular activity to do in East-Africa. To make it even more interesting, there is so much more to Uganda. Uganda is located on the equator and for this reason is very fertile and green. The diversity in landscape is stunning and enables you to do so much more than only safari. You really can’t miss out on chimpanzee tracking or taking a shoebill safari around the Mabamba swamps. Visit the wonderful lakes like Lake Victoria, Lake Bunyonyi and Lake Mutanda. Browse our tours and find one that’s right for you, or let us design a unique tour just for you.
Uganda’s landscape is uniquely diverse. From the wildlife inhabited savannah plains to glacier covered mountains, from tracking endangered mountain gorillas in the rainforest to rushing down the rapids of the mighty Nile, two days in Uganda can never be enough.
On your journey you can visit our closest living relative, the chimpanzee, or go searching for the prehistoric-looking Shoebill, one of over 1066 bird species confirmed to be found in this country. For the more adventurous travellers, mountain biking, volcano hiking , kayaking, white water rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling, mountain climbing, mountain hiking, etc., awaits!
Uganda as a great safari destination . You are able to make great game drives and spot giraffe, lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and so much more. Besides that you can make some unique and spectacular boat safaris on the Nile or the Kazinga channel to watch bathing elephants, huge crocs, thousands of hippos and colorful birds from close range. As well you can make bush walks, night game drives and a horseback riding safari in Lake Mburo National Park, horse back riding in Jinja… the choice is yours.
OH, AND HAVE I TALKED ABOUT OUR #CULTURE?
Just make your trip to Uganda. You will not regret — trust me!.