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 has adjusted it’s entry and exit requirements to the following; All in- bound and outbound travellers will be required to show proof of full COVID 19 vaccination except for travellers aged 5 years and below. Requirement for negative PCR test done in 72 hours.
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.
Begin the journey from Kampala and drive Fort Portal in Western Uganda. Experience different towns, scenery and tea plantations en route. Make stops along the way to enjoy the beautiful views. On arrival at Fort Portal town, have lunch as you take a break from the journey.
Interested in knowing about all the gorilla groups in Uganda? Or want to know which is the best Uganda gorilla group to Trek? Uganda has a total number of 14 habituated gorilla families with each group comprising of 10 to 40 members of varying ages […]
Are you a solo traveller? Maybe it’s your first time travelling alone? If you’re not completely comfortable travelling independently, or if you just want to avoid the hassle of planning every last detail, here’s the perfect solution: Take a solo travel tour!
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.
Kenya is the birthplace of the safari. Bordering the Indian Ocean with Mount Kenya towering over a tapestry of tiny farms, green hills and golden savanna, the East African nation began drawing tourists over a century ago, enticed by tales of wild animals.
One of the most interesting experiential tourism activities in Uganda is Lion tracking Research only possible within Queen Elizabeth National Park under the Uganda Carnivore Project. While on this activity, you will join the researchers in the field as they track the Lions in their natural habitats.
Winston Churchill once called Uganda “the Pearl of Africa,” and the country’s natural attractions have helped it move up in the rankings of the best safari destinations in recent years. In addition to its impressive array of wildlife (which includes around 365 species of mammals and nearly 1100 species of birds,