Uganda
 

The undiscovered pearl of Africa, Uganda is a landscape of deep lakes, towering mountains and thick rainforests. Boasting wildlife not found anywhere else, Uganda is also home to the world's greatest concentration of primates.

A safari in Uganda is a safari in one of the most varied countries in Africa, with wide-open savannah, glacial alpine mountains, and a forest so dense that its official name is “Impenetrable”. It shares the highest mountain range in Africa with the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the largest lake in Africa with Tanzania. Boasting over 1000 species of birds as well as wildlife not found anywhere else, Uganda is the original Eden.


Uganda Safari

Reasons to visit Uganda

 

  • The highest concentration of primates on Earth and home to half the world's remaining mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
  • An equally wide range of fauna, flora, and landscapes in all of the country's
    national parks, including Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, and Kibale Forest
  • A bird watcher's paradise with over 350 species of bird recorded in Bwindi
  • Excellent climate all year round
  • The cheery and welcoming hospitality of its warm-natured people