Uganda Safari Holidays

About Uganda Safari Holidays

Uganda is blessed with amazing natural beauty, a great climate all year round, numerous Uganda safari holidays destinations, and a variety of cultural experiences. Embark on a jungle safari tour in the country, where the dense Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is home to half of the world's remaining endangered gorillas. On top of that, while on your Uganda safari holidays, you can see the wonderful chimpanzees in Kibale National Park as well as the rarest bird species.

You can discover your adventurous side by engaging in a variety of water activities like white water rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, boat safaris, and more. You can also walk to the glacier-topped Rwenzori Mountain and travel north to the raging rivers of the Murchison falls to enjoy the tranquil view of the surrounding areas. Choose from among the many Uganda Safari packages available and experience the diverse culture and wildlife of the country on this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Top Safari Holiday Tours in Uganda

Traverse through Uganda’s most visited and popular park on a 3 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari tour. Famous for its wildlife such as the cape buffalo, hippos, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees, the park houses a population of over 95 mammal species. Furthermore, get the opportunity to see the tree climbing lions when you visit the park, called Ishasha in Rukungiri district.

3 Days Chimpanzee Trekking Kibale Safari

The 3 day chimpanzee safari in Kibale Forest National Park is great for primate enthusiasts. With a population of over 5,000 chimps, the Forest is a premier destination for chimp trekking in East Africa. Watch the chimpanzees in their natural habitat as they swing over branches and observe how they play, bond and feed with each other in one of the most interesting Uganda safari packages.

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3 Days Murchison Falls Uganda Safari

The 3 day Murchison Falls Luxury uganda Safari takes place against the rich green riparian forest of Murchison Falls in north-eastern Uganda, with a touch of open savannah plains and pure Nile streams. The journey begins in Kampala or Entebbe and travels through rolling hills, local farm area, and natural woodland to the north eastern region of Uganda. Go Rhino trekking in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, which is the only place where you will find rhinos for the time being.

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3 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari

Traverse through Uganda’s most visited and popular park on a 3 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari tour. Famous for its wildlife such as the cape buffalo, hippos, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees, the park houses a population of over 95 mammal species. Furthermore, get the opportunity to see the tree climbing lions when you visit the park, called Ishasha in Rukungiri district.

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4 Days Kidepo Valley National Park Safari

The four-day Kidepo Valley Park Safari brings you to Uganda's remote national park, which is located in the harsh Savannahs of Kidepo in the Karamoja region in the country's northeast. The Park is home to nearly 80 different species of mammals including 28 different species that you will not be able to find in any other park in the city. Get to see rare species such as the caracal, cheetah, bat-eared Fox and the klipspringer when you embark on this luxury uganda safari tour.

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5 Days Uganda Primates Safari

The best way to have a close encounter with a mountain gorilla—a once-in-a-lifetime experience—is on a 5 Day Uganda Gorilla Safari to Bwindi for gorilla trekking! Half of the surviving mountain gorillas in the world live in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, which has 12 gorilla families and is rapidly expanding. Be on the lookout for large creatures like antelopes, buffalos, warthogs, and other species that catch your eye along the journey. Additionally, you will get to observe these wild animals playing and feeding their young in their natural habitat.

5 Day Gorilla And Primate Uganda Safari

Visit the best primate viewing locations in Uganda when you go on one of the most exciting Uganda safari holidays. The 5 Day Gorilla and Primate Uganda Safari will take you through a journey to Kibale Forest where you will see endangered chimps and golden monkeys, among other primate species. Enjoy an expedition to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, where you will spend a complete day trekking mountain gorillas

5 Day Gorilla And Wildlife Uganda Safari

Encounter one of the world's most treasured primate species through the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest on a 5 day gorilla trekking nature trip through the forest. Explore the magnificent Queen Elizabeth National Park, a well-known wildlife safari destination inhabiting a plethora of species when you choose this luxury Uganda safari. You will also get the chance to observe the habituated gorillas and their behavioral patterns as well as see the interesting cultural performance display by the native Batwa and Bakiga.

7 Day Ultimate Uganda Gorilla and Wildlife Safari

The 7-day Ideal Uganda mountain gorilla and wildlife safari is an amazing safari experience for nature lovers. Meet with the wildlife game rangers before embarking on a guided game drive in Uganda's famed Murchison Falls National Park, where you will be awestruck by the sight of wildlife creatures. Travel through wildlife safari destinations like Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, Murchison Falls National Park and many others when you visit for Uganda safari holidays

12 Days Magical Uganda Gorilla And Wildlife Safari Holiday

This 12 Day Margical Uganda Safari Vacation provides you with the ultimate safari tour of exploring the Pearl of Africa and rediscovering the beauty of Uganda. One of the best Uganda safari packages to choose from, this expedition includes seeing the various urban attractions in the country’s capital such as Kampala’s enchanting beauty of the distant forests, mountains, lakes, and game parks. Be amazed as you see numerous species of animals in Uganda, which has over 364 mammal species and over 300 butterfly species.

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Kampala is Uganda's economic, political, and logistical powerhouse and ranks among East Africa's most settled and welcoming towns. Entebbe, Uganda's only international airport, is 35 kilometers distant from Lake Victoria. This little town serves as the country's principal entry and exit point, and many travelers stay here or in Kampala before or after their Uganda safari holidays.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Bwindi is regarded as one of the greatest locations in Uganda for an outstanding gorilla trekking adventure. Naturalist guides and trackers will lead you into Bwindi where you will have an amazing experience exploring this gorgeous forest. Spend some time studying a gorilla family and observe them in their rainforest habitat. After the trek, you can relax in your comfortable jungle lodge in the forest. A gorilla trek might be damp, steamy, muddy, and difficult, yet the experience is unforgettable.

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison falls is Uganda's largest park, bisected by the river Nile In two parts. Housing a variety of animals in its premises, the park is one of the premier destinations to visit during your uganda safari holidays. It's the place to go in Uganda if you want to see elephants, buffalo, lions, and hippos. Murchison Falls' woodlands are home to chimps and colobus monkeys, in addition to almost 500 bird species.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Dubbed as Uganda's most popular and easily accessible savannah reserve, Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to elephant, buffalo, leopard, various antelope species, and the legendary Ishasha Plains tree-climbing lions. Embark on a boat tour on the Kazinga Channel to see hippo and crocodiles at the park. Remember to carry your binoculars along as Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the world's top bird viewing sites, with over 600 recorded bird species.

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest, which is quickly becoming one of Uganda's must-see destinations, provides visitors with an accessible and instructive glimpse into life in a tropical rainforest. Kibale forest’s Uganda safari packages will give you the opportunity to see dazzling butterflies and forest birds as well as 12 different primate species on a guided chimpanzee trek.

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo is located halfway between Uganda's capital and entry point, Kampala, and the gorilla trekking forests in the south-west, making it an ideal overnight stopover for those traveling between the two sites. You will get to see a wide range of mammals and birds in the wetland and woodland habitats of the park. Spend your Uganda safari holidays at this refreshing and tranquil site which will provide you a soothing relief after a tiring day.

Best Time to Go for Uganda Safari Holidays

January & February

Warmer and drier months like January and February are the ideal time for seeing endangered mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in some of the greatest tourist destinations in Uganda. You will be able to observe wild animal families traveling through the lush green forests during this month. It is a great time to visit the national parks in the south and do gorilla trekking without having to travel through the dirt.

March to May

The month of March marks the beginning of the rainfall season in Uganda. However, it is still a perfect time to go for a safari tour if you wish to spot an array of colorful and exotic birds in the parks. April and May are the wettest months of the year and the roads may be closed due to the heavy rains. Nevertheless, you can benefit from cheap hotel rates and lesser air fare if you plan your visit during this time of the year.

June to August

June and July makes for one of the best months to visit for your uganda safari holidays. It also marks the beginning of the busy season for grand safari tours and gorilla trekking in Uganda. Since animals frequently gather around water sources, national parks are better places to see them. August in Uganda is the perfect time to spot elephants and lions as well as encounter the wild leopards.

September to December

The months of September to December are not the peak tourist season in Uganda. Thus, if you plan your visit during this time, you can benefit from the slashed airfare and cheap hotel rates. Additionally, you may benefit from relatively lesser prices of your Uganda safari packages. The rainfalls during this season are highly unpredictable, thus it is not an appropriate time to go gorilla trekking. December marks the end of the rainy season, making it an ideal month to visit the country.


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