Uganda offers so much from bio-diversity to the friendliness of its people. Some call it “gifted by Nature” but Winston Churchill said it best “Uganda is truly the Pear of Africa.”

If you’ve ever wanted to sit with mountain gorillas in their natural rainforest habitat then a Uganda safari will deliver on your expectations. Boasting a 90% success rate at finding habituated gorilla family groups in the extraordinary Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, gorilla trekking in Uganda has become one of Africa’s most powerful wildlife experiences and such is its success that the gorilla population is actually increasing.

But don’t think that a Uganda safari is only about gorillas in rainforests: this landlocked East African country is home to a range of diverse national parks and is a strong contender for one of the world’s best bird watching destinations. Head for Murchison Falls or Queen Elizabeth National Park for classic big game viewing, chimpanzee trekking and river cruises.


Top Destinations:

– Kampala
– Jinja, The source of the Nile
– Queen Elizabeth National Park
– Lake Bunyonyi
– Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
– Murchison Falls National Park

Top Activities:

– White river rafting on the Nile
– Boat safari on the Kazinga Channel (Queen Elizabeth National Park)
– Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
– Mgahinga Gorilla National Park