Uganda as a safari destination offers more diverse wildlife opportunities. But it’s not only the usual African wildlife but also the tallest Mountain Range in Africa, Volcanoes, an abundance of Lakes including the 2nd largest in the world and one of the deepest and most scenic in Africa Lake Bunyonyi. There are the Rainforests, the only jungles in East Africa, the mountain gorillas, the chimpanzees, and golden monkeys and even more such as the best White Water Rafting in the World. Coming to this condensed version of Africa within one country – Uganda – takes planning, so that you take in and do what you would like while on a safari in Uganda.
What would you choose to do on a Safari in Uganda?
- Uganda Gorilla Tracking safari? Once or twice with different groups
- Chimpanzee Tracking? 4 different locations where you can track Chimpanzees – the best one being Kibale Forest
- Are you interested in Volcano Climbing, Mountain Climbing or at least take a hike in the Foothill of the Mountains of the Moon – the Rwenzori Mountains or Elgon?
- Would you like to combine Gorilla Tracking with Chimpanzee Tracking and Wildlife?
- Do you want to take a break after Gorilla Tracking and spend a day or two at a Lake that is a scene out of “Lord of the Rings” – Lake Bunyonyi?
- Which of the National Parks of Uganda are you on your must do list Murchison Falls – Queen Elizabeth Park – Lake Mburo – Kidepo Valley National Park -Mgahinga Gorilla Park – Kibale Forest?
- Uganda is the Birding Capital of East Africa – would you like to find some of the 1040 species of Birds plus on your Safari –especially the Shoebill Stork?
- Would you like to combine some cultural visits – doing village walks, village stays with your Safari?
- Would you like to go Budget, Moderate or Up-Market Luxury– Lodging?
- Do you prefer Tented Camps to Lodges – Tented Camps tend be more toward moderate and up-market end in regards to cost?
- Would you like to spend time in Kampala – the capital City – cultural performances, craft markets, stay in town or in the suburbs, experience the nightlife?
- Would you like to take part in the best White Water Rafting in the World on the historic River Nile-Bungee Diving-Kayaking-Sunset Cruise-Overnight in Kampala?
- Would you like a Horseback Riding Safari?
- Would you like an All-Terrain Vehicle Safari?
- How many days would you like to spend on a Safari in Uganda?
- While making your plan, make sure not to miss out on the Mountain Gorillas and the Chimpanzees of Uganda
Mountain gorilla tracking and chimps is a must to do activity while in East Africa. Easily add on short trip to Uganda and visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest with half of worlds remaining Mountain Gorillas. Bwindi in itself is different from most other forests in Africa, an ancient forest, rugged, the home of the Mountain Gorillas. There is nothing like it. Take a one hour morning flight into Entebbe and be met by one of our Driver Guides and off for Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Take three days and take in the Mountain Gorillas, take 5 and add the chimpanzees and wildlife at Queen Elizabeth Park.
If you leave East Africa without visiting the Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees of Uganda, you are missing the best in East Africa. Certainly you can book gorilla tracking through your
We know how to give you the best in the shortest of time at the best value for you, no other middleman, no extra fees to pay. We can give you the gorilla experience in 3 days and add on chimpanzee tracking and the viewing of the Tree Climbing Lions of Ishasha, chilling out on Lake Bunyonyi, climb one of the Volcanoes of Mgahinga Gorilla Park, or spend a day in the foothills of the snowcapped Mountains of Moon, the Rwenzori Mountain.
NB: Uganda has a lot more to give to Visitors than Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees – Uganda is home the so-called Big 5 Plus