Uganda Travel Tours & Trips

Gorilla trekking in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale Forest National Park - the highest concentration of primates in the world
Insight into the local culture and wildlife spotting in Lake Mburo National Park
Game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park's diverse habitats
  • The source of the Nile, an impenetrable forest, the legendary mountain gorilla, vast freshwater lakes: Uganda dishes up remote exotica well off the tourist map. Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park is a lush, quiet adventure where you see more hippos than humans, while trekking through Kibale Forest in search of chimpanzees feels a pioneering exploration of a beautiful land. And of course the mountain gorilla – Uganda has half the world’s population, and getting up close to these majestic creatures is an unforgettable, extraordinary privilege. A stunning country, packed with riches. No wonder Winston Churchill called Uganda the pearl of Africa.

    Trips & tours in Uganda

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    Mountain Gorillas of Uganda Experience - Independent - 5 days

    Despite a long list of threats and a naturally slow breeding rate, the endangered mountain gorillas of Africa have actually increased in number. A 2012 survey...
    Countries visited: Uganda
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  • Why we love Uganda

    • Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park is a lush, quiet adventure where you see more hippos than humans
    • rekking through Kibale Forest in search of chimpanzees feels like a pioneering exploration of a beautiful land
    • And of course the mountain gorilla – Uganda has half the world’s population, and getting up close to these majestic creatures is an unforgettable, extraordinary privilege
    • A stunning country, packed with riches. No wonder Winston Churchill called Uganda the pearl of Africa

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