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Looking for where to go for an Uganda Safari? safari Uganda safaris is a one-stop center offering you affordable tailor-made safaris in Uganda, Rwanda safari tours & Congo Gorilla safaris. Here you can book affordable Uganda tours such as Uganda gorilla tours, wildlife Uganda safaris, chimpanzee trekking safaris, Uganda cultural tours, Mountain Climbing & hiking trips, scenery viewing & photographic tours.
Our Rwanda safaris feature amazing gorilla trekking, African wildlife game drive safaris, mountain hiking, cultural and sightseeing adventure.
For those interested in a Congo safari visit, Congo gorilla trekking safaris, wildlife, and mountain climbing tours are also our expertise.
Uganda safaris usher you into a very friendly climate that tourists find conducive and favourable. There are normally two seasons. The dry and wet seasons. From January to February, May to September are dry seasons. Then from March to April, October to December are rainy seasons. Travelers who come for safaris in Uganda always enjoy the dry seasons because they do keep cool and are wet free. This makes it easier to trek gorillas in rain forests and the mountain regions. During this season, tourists are always in huge numbers in Uganda.
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Uganda the pearl of Africa is a country gifted with diverse wildlife, fauna and flora giving rise to amazing Uganda Safaris. With all the rich wildlife, gorillas are the most tracked attractions. Uganda is one of the blessed countries to have more than half of the mountain gorilla population in the world hence many people all over the world come for a Gorilla trekking Safari in Uganda on to of other Uganda Safari tours. [View More]
On a wildlife safari in Uganda, one will discover that Uganda is a home to the African big five including the African Elephant both forest and savannah, the African Buffalo, the Lion, the Leopard and the Rhino. The white Rhino Species had faced total extinction by the year 1983 but are now thriving in the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in the Central Uganda following their re-introduction in 2005 by the Rhino Fund Uganda in conjunction with the Government. The classic wildlife safaris in Uganda are common in the savannah parks of Kidepo Valley National Park, the Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Lake Mburo National Park. Uganda also features impressive savannah game reserves that present a rich ground for Uganda wildlife safari tours. These include; the Tooro Semliki Wildlife Reserve, Pian Upe Game reserve, the Bokora Matheniko Wildlife Reserve, the Kabwoya Wildlife Reserve among others. [View More]
2 days Uganda birding Safari
This 2 Days tour takes you birding in Entebbe and Mabamba Wetland in Uganda. Read More
7 days Uganda Birding Safari
7 Days birding safari to North Western Uganda. This birding tour takes you bird. Read More
The 6 Days Uganda Gorilla, Chimpanzee & Wildlife Safari is a diverse safari package that allows you explore the two of the world’s giant apes and the Big four of the Big five Land Animals in their natural habitats. Read More
The 12 Days Uganda Gorilla, Wildlife, Chimpanzee & Culture Safari is a diverse Uganda safari package that takes you to the main Uganda Safari destinations Read More
The 16 Days Uganda Primate, Wildlife, Adventure and Culture Safari is one of the comprehensive safari packages in Uganda that give you n opportunity to explore the Pearl of Africa with ease. Read More
The destination Rwanda is one of the prime areas to explore for every traveller that thinks of coming to Africa. Ranging from her counts of the critically endangered mountain gorillas in the Volcano Highlands to the Chimpanzees and Canopy walk in Nyungwe forest, extensive wild game in the savannah stretches of Akagera National Park, the people, culture and genocide history not forgetting the rolling hills of Rwanda, the land of thousand hills – Rwanda is beyond the ordinary and worth exploration. [View More Rwanda Gorilla Safari & Wildlife Tours]
Please note that Upon your request, we can change(customize) the tour destinations, hotels and number of days to suit your desire .just contact us call us 24/7 on phone
Our Community Projects
We founded Christ Our Vision Child Care (COVCC) to help respond to the overwhelming number of orphaned and vulnerable children we met in our community, and when we realized the small private assistance we tried to offer these kids was not enough. Our Children’s Ministry is a locally-run, Christian-based organization that runs a Nursery and Primary School in Kalagi town, Mukono District, which is the second worst AIDS affected area in Uganda. Many of our students are orphans – children with no parents or vulnerable widowed mothers – who faced unsafe, neglectful living situations. The orphans live in COVCC’s boys’ and girls’ orphans homes, where we give them food, shelter and clothing. COVCC sponsors the orphans to receive an education in our school. The school also welcomes day students from Kalagi and from further afar. Our Children’s Ministry has been able to grow through the help of family, friends and generous donors and volunteers. There are many more children we see in need who we can’t yet help. But we hope we can continue God’s work and grow our school with your support! Our Story: In 2002 God called us to minister in the Kalagi-Mukono district. At the house we first rented in Kalagi, we found another family like Maria’s. The children had been abandoned by their father. We helped the little boys with primary education, and we offered the bigger kids clothes – it was how we could afford to help at that moment. We saw many others in need – children who had lost one or both parents, whose parents had abandoned them, or whose parents could not afford to supply even the most basic needs.[View More]
- Uganda is Africa’s most hospitable nation, though being a multi-lingual nation with 56 different languages.
- The country is naturally blessed with unique natural art ranging from the soaring mountains through the terraced hill tops to the pristine wilderness.
- Uganda as a top safari destination offers unforgettable wildlife interactions, perfect adventure experiences in the cascading fresh waters and sounds so beautiful from the bird species.
- Uganda is entirely beautified by a whole 1,060 Confirmed bird species! with 24 Albertine rift endemics and 1 country endemic, the Fox’s weaver.
- The largest lake in Uganda-Lake Victoria is the world’s largest continental lake. Lake Victoria is still the second world’s largest fresh water lake coming after Lake Superior.
- One of the most spectacular bungee jumping platforms in the world is on the Nile River. No passionate adventure seeker would wish to miss a chance to dive 44 meters down to the world’s longest river, the Nile. Read More about Why Uganda Safaris are a must do
FQA – Frequently Ask Questions
Are Gorillas Afraid of Water?
Mountain gorillas just like humans are naturally not fans of swimming and tend to dodge mass water bodies including rivers and Lakes. However, gorillas move through water logged areas using two legs so as to keep the water level on their waist while foraging. Additionally, gorillas can also play around with water. In the event of heavy down pour, gorillas stand still until the rain reduces in volume and if there is a cave or any other natural shelter in the nearby the gorillas draw closer to it until the rain reduces. Gorillas are not like bonobos and Orangutans that use tree leaves and branches to cover themselves from rain. Read More
Do Gorillas have enemies?
Gorillas hardly have enemies apart from humans. The singular predator that takes gorillas as its prey is leopard. Apart from human poaching threats, gorillas are prone to leopard that that prey on then the issue of the leopard has been evidenced in the Virunga Volcanoes and in Gabon where a sick young gorilla was found dead after being killed by a leopard.
After the gorillas are threatened, they react in a unique way where the silverback releases a intense smell followed by characteristic sounds. Other gorilla family members converge at a common point and give each other hugs or the surround the male. Since the Silverback is meant to protect his family, he stands between the family and the attacker. However, sometimes younger males have tried to take on this responsibility by driving the group away from the source of trouble and then attack the enemy at once. Read More
Gorilla Treking Rules
The gorilla trekking rules and regulations are standard and apply to gorilla safari destinations of Uganda and Rwanda so as to ensure the thriving of the critically endangered mountain gorillas and at the same time the satisfaction of gorilla safari tour undertakers. Read More
What is a price of a gorilla permit?
The price for a gorilla safari tour is finally derived after identifying the accommodation range, the vehicle type, fuel to use, gorilla permit fee, guide fee and meals involved. Read More
Refunds & Cancellation Guidelines
Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) refunds 50% of the gorilla trekking fee in case the visitor fails to track gorillas because of illness following a recommendation by the park warden in charge. Read More