Uganda is one of the best safari destinations in Africa, the home to the mountain gorillas as well as the source of the Nile. It was featured a top destination in National Geographic and Lonely Planet. Uganda safari tours cover more than 10 separate destinations. Every day here is genuinely an African Adventure. You may visit Bwindi Impenetrable Rainforest home to the giant’s gorillas an endangered species. You can ascend the high mountains plus ice capped mountain on the equator or the Volcanoes within Mgahinga Gorilla Park or Mountain Elgon Park. Enjoy White Water rafting on the famous River Nile, the vibrant Nightlife of the capital Kampala and the woodlands of Kibale Rainforest along with the highest number of Primates within East Africa, which includes chimpanzees. Observe Uganda’s scenic wonders- savannahs, wildlife, lakes and rivers; and also personally interact with the local people of Uganda.

Where to go while in Uganda (Destinations)

Murchison Falls National Park

At 3,840 sq. km, this is Uganda’s largest national park situated at the northern end of the Albertine rift valley

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo is Uganda’s smallest Savannah destination located between the towns of Masaka & Mbarara

Bwindi Impenetrable forest

Bwindi Impenetrable forest is one of the oldest, rarest and most diverse ecosystems in Uganda famous for the gorillas

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Famous Safari destination known for Elephants, Primates, Birds & home to the tree climbing lions of Ishasha

Kibale Forest National Park

Composed largely of evergreen and semi-deciduous forest, famous for chimpanzee tracking

Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo is a place of dust devils, animal rich plains, rare birds & forests yet to be properly mapped

Mt. Mgahinga National Park

Mt. Mgahinga is one of two places in Uganda where one is likely to see mountain gorilla

Semliki National Park

Known as one of the few remaining homes of the Shoebill & a number of other extraordinary bird species

Rwenzori Mountains

Snow capped, glacial, above – in parts – cloud level, and better known as the Mountains of the Moon

Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria is Uganda’s largest fresh water lake bordering Kenya & Tanzania