The African Journey in Uganda, known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’, offers a unique adventure with over 20% of its land dedicated to wildlife reserves. The country’s landscape is a highlight, with Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Park offering big game viewing, chimpanzee trekking, and river cruises. Kibale Forest National Park offers guided chimpanzee treks, while Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga National Park protect over half of the world’s total mountain gorilla population.

Must see attractions in Uganda

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned refuge for endangered mountain gorillas, offering gorilla trekking opportunities. Visitors must hike through dense forests and steep slopes to reach their assigned gorilla family. The challenging hike is worth it, as the unforgettable experience with gorillas is worth the effort.

Murchison Falls National Park Murchison Falls, Uganda’s largest conservation area, is a stunning sight, carved by the Victoria Nile. The Nile River, a major source of water, forms the base of the park, offering a thrilling experience for nature lovers, including boat rides and guided nature walks.

Kibale National Park Kibale National Park is regarded as the Primate capital of the world because it is home to 13 different species of primates. It is also the absolute best place where you can see chimpanzees in their wild habitat. With around 5000 wild chimpanzees, tourists go to Kibale every day of the year to have their own encounter with our closest animal cousins – the chimps.

Kampala City Kampala is Uganda’s biggest city and a melting pot of culture. From the Buganda Kingdom, Religious & cultural spots, and the organized chaos of Kampala downtown it is an experience worth having. Places like the Gadaffi Mosque, Uganda Martyrs Shrine, Bahai Temple, and Uganda Museum are full of history.

Rwenzori Mountains While Uganda enjoys warm sunny days all year round, the highest altitude in Uganda is covered by permanent glaciers. The Rwenzori Mountains, also called the mountains of the moon are a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of their astounding beauty. Whether you want to climb to the summit at 5,109 meters above sea level, or you want a shorter climb, Rwenzori’s beauty is out of this world.

Our Tours

Murchison Falls National Park Tour

Chimpanzee Trekking Tour To Kibale Forest

7-day Wildlife & Gorillas Tour

8-day Best Of Uganda Tour

11 Days In Western Uganda – Safari Tour

Our Activities

Cultural Encounters Tour In Kibale

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Boomu Women’s Group Tour

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Cultural Encounters Tour In Bwindi

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Cultural Encounters Tour In Queen Elizabeth

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Katwe Salt Lake Tour

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Experince With Nyanz’ibiri Cave Community Tour

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Cultural Encounters Tour In Semuliki

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Rwenzori Turaco View Tour

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Serena Kampala Hotel

Hotel Africana

Gorilla Resort

Mweya Safari Lodge

Paraa Safari Lodge

Hotel Atlantica

Imperial Royale Hotel

Sheraton Kampala Hotel

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