Trekking deep in the mountain jungle, searching for the mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga National Parks is a huge motivation for travellers to Uganda and you can also track habituated chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park. However, some of Uganda’s other attractions include more traditional African safari experiences, such as the mighty Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Park, where you’ll see other incredible fauna such as elephants, giraffe and possibly lion and leopard.
Here you can find detailed information on each of the key areas we will take you to as part of your exciting Uganda safari, but our experts are also at hand to fully personalise your experience. Uganda may be lesser known than some of its more ubiquitous neighbours when it comes to African safaris, but this provides a great deal of authenticity across its attractions and smaller crowds for private holiday tours.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Known as the home of mountain gorillas
Thrill your senses while you trek into the Jungle to see mountain gorillas.
Kibale Forest National Park
Home of Chimpanzees in Uganda
When you talk about Kibale Forest, peoples minds ring on Chimpanzees but kibale harbors more wildlife species like golden monkeys.
Lake Mburo National Park
Explore one of the amazing lakes and abundant wildlife in the Park
This park keeps you entertained with various activities like a boat ride, game drives and bird watching.
Murchison Falls National Park
Witness the Nile at its most intense at Murchison Falls
Experience the beauty of the falls as you stand on top of the falls. The parks wildlife include elephants and hippos.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Uganda's most popular National park
Enjoy a game drive while you glance at different wildlife species like tree climbing lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards.
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Home to the commonly known white rhinos
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary mostly harbors white rhinos but it other species like Uganda kobs, antelopes, leopards.
Jinja, Source of the Nile
Known as the adrenaline Capital of East Africa
Jinja is a have of not only whitewater rafting but also bungee jumping and wild jet-powered boats on the Nile.
Popularly known for its Shoebill Storks in Africa
Mabamba Swamp is one of the most convenient places in Uganda to spot the highly sought-after shoebill in its natural habitat.