Uganda is best known as home of half of the total population of mountain gorillas remaining in the entire world. This beautiful country prides in its great variety of wildlife, primates birds and above all its diversified rich cultural heritage, thanks to its very hospitable people. Our detailed Uganda Safari Packages highlight the best tourist attractions, sites, and various things to do during your Uganda Safari. They are tailored to suit our clients’ interests to ensure that they have an enjoyable and life memorable safari experience while on Safari, they Each of our safaris begins and ends in Kampala the capital city of Uganda. They incorporate a variety of tourist activities such as adventure, cultural interactions, sightseeing, Uganda wildlife safari encounters, and above all utmost relaxation of our visitors. For the more outgoing visitors, don’t forget to try out Kampala’s amazing nightlife. Grab your Camera and explore Jinja found in Eastern Uganda where you will see the source of the longest river in the World begins from. You will explore the exact point where the waters of these legendary waters merge before beginning the long 4,135 miles journey to the Mediterranean Sea. Also visit the beautiful Bujjagali falls also known as the travelers’ Oasis of East Africa, for white-water rafting on the grade 5 rapids, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, sky diving as well as the thrilling bungee jumping. Come face to face with the endangered mountain gorilla giants living in Bwindi National Park during our adventurous Budget Gorilla Tracking Tours or Luxury Gorilla trekking safaris. There are less than 900 of these remaining on the planet. Take a drive to well known Murchison falls, and see how the waters of the great River Nile forcefully explode through a tiny seven (7) meter gorge before dropping with a thunderous roar over a 43 meter height below. This is one of the most breathtaking views you will find down the course of river Nile.
Did you know that Uganda is home to the closest living cousin to man – the Chimpanzees! Well head south and visit Kibale Forest National Park home to the highest variety as well as number of primates in the whole world. During you visit you will take part in the thrilling Uganda chimpanzee tracking experience during which you will come face to face with these amazing apes that share 98% of their DNA with man. Then Queen Elizabeth which is the most visited National Park in the country will offer you a chance to see various animals including some of Africa’s Big Five animals such as Lions, buffaloes and elephants, enjoy a boat cruise of the Kazinga Channel, and don’t miss out on the abundant bird life with over 560 bird species found here. Lake Bunyonyi which is one of Africa’s deepest Crater Lakes and also known as “the place of little-birds,” has over 200 bird species. It’s a great place to relax, enjoy some quite atmosphere, swim, watch birds or even take a Canoe ride to the numerous islands. So choosing Uganda as your choice destination for your Safari in Africa is definitely a right decision.