How best and fast can I reach to Bwindi Forest Uganda? How to get to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda can be reached either by road or air depending on the itinerary, time of stay, kind of safari (luxury, moderate or budget) and other factors of […]
Why Uganda Should Be Your Next Travel Destination In Africa A small east African country offers visitors of all ages and experiences some of Africa’s best and most unique safaris and wildlife experiences. Uganda offers a variety of activities, including gorilla and chimpanzee safari options, […]
Gorilla trekking is the flagship experience in Uganda. The two places you can trek gorillas in Uganda are Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
There is a host of bus services connecting all East African capitals and major cities, but with EAC-enhanced co-operation in the area of transport, East Africans can now drive private cars across borders and across the entire EAC region.
Uganda can be visited at any time. Trekking mountain gorillas is on most tourists’ itineraries and permits are available throughout the year. Uganda is a tropical country with lots of rainfall.
Gorilla trekking in Uganda versus Rwanda, which is better? Both are great options, but which is best depends on your needs. In this post, we’ll have a look at some of the differences between gorilla trekking in Uganda and Rwanda. Below are some of the […]
Why a private safari? A private safari offers ultimate comfort, convenience, flexibility and exclusivity. When time is your most valuable asset, then a private safari takes away the hassles and provides an experience that is planned to your pace and personal interests. What can […]
Uganda is the dream destination for those in search of the absolute pinnacle of primate safaris. Chimpanzees roam in numbers in Kibale and Queen Elizabeth National Park, as do colobus monkeys, vervet monkeys, de Brazza monkeys and a host of other species.
Uganda requires a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate from all foreign visitors and citizens over 1 year of age travelling from an infected area or having been in transit through infected areas (>12 hours). This rule applies to travellers from the following countries:
Being animal-friendly when you travel. Travel is an opportunity to experience different cultures, meet new people, taste weird and wonderful foods and – for many – get close to wildlife you may have only seen in books or David Attenborough documentaries.