Uganda Safaris - Self-drive Safaris and Guided Tours

Uganda Safaris are for adventurous African safari travellers. Uganda Gorilla trekking safari Uganda safari to the Bwindi and Mgahinga forest and come close to families of primates. The churning rapids of the River Nile provide a high voltage of adrenaline to those who dare go white water rafting. Away from Uganda Safaris, Uganda is a haven for bird lovers, nature walk enthusiasts and sight-seeing followers. Uganda Safaris takes you to the evergreen paradise and it’s no wonder that Uganda is fondly referred to as ‘The Pearl of Africa’. The bright modern feel of this bustling, cosmopolitan city reflects the ongoing economic growth and political stability that has characterized Uganda since 1986 and is complemented by the sloping spaciousness and runaway greenery of its garden setting

1 Day Gorilla Tekking
Mgahinga National Park - Uganda
7 Day Uganda Safari
Lake Mburo National Park - Uganda Safaris

Every National Park in Uganda has something outstanding to offer to our adventurous campers. Uganda is a destination that is most favourable for the search of the Big 5 (Lions, Leopard, Rhinos, Elephants, and Buffalo) and it is also a rich primate destination. While here you will have fascinating views of primates like the Giant gorillas, Chimpanzees, Baboons, Black and White Colobus Monkeys, Blue Monkeys, DE Brazza’s Monkeys, L’Hoest’s Monkeys, Patas Monkey, Red Colobus Monkeys, Red Tailed Monkey among other primates.

You will also get to see a variety of different plain game, vegetation and bird species. From the vast plains of Kidepo to endless sandy white beaches in Ssese islands, the lumbering Rhino and Shoe-bill at Ziwa Rhino and then the elusive leopards in Murchison Falls National Park, adventurous Uganda Camping Safari while camping under African skies – whatever you choose we promise an incredible experience.

At the end of the day there is always a good atmosphere and an excited buzz around the dining structures as everybody is swapping stories of a lion pulling down a kob or leopards with cubs in a certain tree, however due to the nature and purpose for visiting the pearl of Africa most backpackers do stick to a bush code etiquette and retire relatively early, letting the night sounds that you have come to experience smudge out the loan distant snorer.