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Our 6-day Uganda safaris offer guests a genuine African safari experience. Uganda is a country of many surprises with rolling hills, sparkling crater lakes, abundant wildlife, adrenaline activities, and, of course, the endangered Mountain Gorillas.
All our tours begin and end in Kampala or Entebbe and take you to the best places to safari in Uganda. Some of these parks include Bwindi Forest National Park, home to half of the world’s population of the endangered Silverback Mountain Gorillas.
There are around 400 gorillas that are known to roam the forest. If you thought the gorilla wildlife was stunning, then you would be even more surprised to come across some of the other 120 mammals at Bwindi Forest National Park: baboons, chimpanzees, elephants, or antelopes.
Sipi Falls is a romantic destination that features three distinct waterfalls and is named after the red “sep” flower that grows on the river banks. Situated at the edge of Mount Elgon National Park, Sipi Falls is a popular spot for hikers on their way to scaling Mount Elgon.
At the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, Murchison Falls National Park lies in a park bisected by the Victoria Nile. This is also Uganda’s oldest conservation area and is a refuge for 76 species of mammals like giraffes, buffaloes, as well as Nile crocodiles, and 451 birds. The thundering cascade of water reaches 148 feet tall and then flows quietly across the rift valley floor into Lake Albert.
Our closest known relative-the chimpanzee- is well represented in Kibale Forest National Park. Kibale is home to over 1450 chimpanzees including the rare I’Hoest’s monkey; endangered red colobus monkey, bush baby, and potto. You may stumble upon elusive mammals like buffalo, leopard, bush pig elephant, and duiker. Birdwatcher?
Mgahinga National Park is home to the endangered Silverback mountain gorillas. The park contains n 9 extinct and active volcanoes that you trek to reach the gorillas. In the Mgahinga National Park, you can also track the golden monkeys which you can spot through their bright orange-gold body, cheeks, and tail, contrasting with its black limbs.
Lake Mburo National Park is the smallest of Uganda’s national parks and a safari here will yield plentiful birdwatching opportunities (over 350 different types of birds), as well as large game like zebra, impala, eland, buffalo, Defassa waterbuck, leopard, hippo, hyena, topi, and reedbuck.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the place where you can find lions that climb trees. You can also go for river cruises and track Chimpanzees who roam in troops of 30-80, as well as spot hippos, buffaloes, elephants, zebras, and the Uganda-kob.
All of our 6 days 5 nights Uganda Safaris Gorilla trekking wildlife tours include 4-wheel-drive game viewing and activities, safari lodge or lakeside accommodation, meals, a knowledgeable driver/ guide, pick up from a city hotel in Kampala, Jinja, or straight from Entebbe airport & a chance to experience African culture.
Uganda Safaris activities include; Gorilla trekking, Chimpanzee trekking, Bird watching, Cultural experiences, Water Rafting, Canoeing on Lake Bunyonyi, Game drives, Volcano Hiking, Boat safaris, and Kampala City Tour.