HIGHLIGHTS: Uganda is a land of contrast. In half a day you can drive from mist shrouded volcanic mountains to hot hazy savannah, dappled with wildlife. Serene undulating hills of tea plantations, lush but ordered, give way to tangled jungle and rainforest with t he musical accompaniment of chaotic, cacophonous birdlife. Uganda is alive!
HIGHLIGHTS: This primate 10 day tour takes you to Bwindi Forest for gorilla trekking and then to Kibale National Park for chimpanzee trekking and the amazing bird watching.Enjoy game drive across the savannah, along Lake Albert Delta, abundant wildlife in Murchison Fall National Park, then we are off to Kibaale Forest national park is popular for its primates like the chimpanzees, colobus monkeys, red cheeked monkeys and red tailed monkeys, followed by a trip to Queen Elizabeth Park, famous for its tree climbing lions
HIGHLIGHTS: Uganda has a multiplicity of cultures that can make you have memorable trips, these cultural tours are unique in a sense that they reward you with great opportunities to learn about a specific culture, take part in whatever people do in their cultural respects, learn about their dressing styles, their languages, the way they cook their food, the way they dance and play their musical instruments among other cultural traits.
In these 13 Days set for you, you will discover a series of tribes under different traditional leaders most of whom carry out beautiful sustainable tourism projects within different local communities by the very local people there.
HIGHLIGHTS: This one is going to be an adventurous safari as it expands from Uganda to Rwanda, with a beautiful double gorilla trekking experience and wildlife. The safari will start from Entebbe and it will end in Entebbe in Uganda. Expect thrilling experiences like the encounters with the Gorillas both in Uganda and Rwanda, Ugandan wildlife in Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, Kibale Forest, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National parks and Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park.
HIGHLIGHTS: We embark on a morning boat trip on Mabamba Swamp, which is the world’s most famous site for SHOEBILL. We should also see a great variety of other birds on the lake, including Lesser Jacana, lapwings, several water-associated weavers and Red-chested Sunbird (also usually near water) after we head to Budongo Forest called Kanio Pabidi, which is the best site for the localized Puvel’s Illadopsis, and is also good for other forest birds such as Black-billed Turaco, Crested Francolin and (as always!) many others.