Quick facts

Area: 241,038 sq km (93,065 sq miles).
Population: 34.8 million (2013).
Population density: 144.2 per sq km.
Capital: Kampala.
Government: Republic. Gained independence from the UK in 1962.
Head of state: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni since 1986.
Head of government businesses: Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi since 2011.
Electricity: 240 volts AC, 50Hz. British-style three-pin plugs are used.

Popularly regarded as the "The Pearl of Africa", Uganda offers most sophisticated tourism accommodation. Visitors from across the world travel to Uganda every year to discover its unique and exotic attractions, and honestly, they are never disappointed. Uganda is the land of ‘national parks’, wildlife,  beautiful scenery and wonderful people. It is surely a destination to be reckoned with as it was voted as “the number one destination of choice in 2012” by Lonely Planet. It is the home to over 10 national parks and reserves, including three primates’ national parks and 7 savanna parks.

Uganda is a heaven for the wildlife enthusiasts. And if you fall in this category, the thing that you will love most is the Ugandan safari. These safaris provide an amazing opportunity to explore the wild in the wilderness. While in Uganda, you should not miss exploring the various national parks like; Bwindi National Park for mountain gorilla safaris, Kibale National Park for chimpanzee tracking, Murchison Falls National Park for wildlife viewing & great scenery , Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Semliki National park, Kidepo National Park, and the scenic Lake Bunyonyi for relaxation. The scene of a sliver back, pounding its chest, baby chimps swinging from tree to tree or hiding behind their mothers.

A luxury safari could well be the highlight of your Uganda tour. The varied and diverse tourist attractions in Uganda can make anyone simply amazed as the nation has got something for everyone. Besides the popular national parks, the breathtaking mountain scenery, spectacular lakes and falls, and extensive savannah grassland – all are there to make your Ugandan trip a special one. So no matter, whether it is the thrilling wildlife that pumps up your adrenaline or it is the awesome culture or the rugged beauty of the place that touch you the most, the memories of your tours to Uganda will surely stay with you for ever!!
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3 Days Bwindi Gorilla Tour
Day 1: Depart Kampala for Bwindi Depart from Kampala at 7:00am and head towards south western Uganda. A brief stop at the Equator allows time for photographs and refreshments as well a visit to the craft shops. The journey affords views from the vehicle of the long horned Ankole cattle, in Mbarara, the rolling hills, terraced landscapes and the beautiful panorama of Kabale .
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3 Days Uganda Game Viewing Tour
Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park Our company driver guide will pick you up from your hotel in Kampala after your breakfast and then transfer you to Queen Elizabeth National Park. En route stopover at the equator allows you time for souvenir shopping, photography and the water experiment to prove you that you are on the equator. After the water experiment, you will proceed to Mbarara town for Lunch while enjoying en route views through the vehicle of the Ankole long horned cattle.
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4 Days Bwindi Gorilla Trek and L. Mburo Safari
Day 1: Pick Up – Transfer to Bwindi National Park Our Tour guide will pick you from either airport or hotel after an early breakfast, brief you about your safari before driving you off to South Western Uganda where Bwindi National Park is situated. En route, stop at the Equator to take photographs and buy souvenirs before proceeding to Mbarara. You will have another stop in Mbarara for your lunch and later proceed with the journey to Bwindi and will take you through the rolling green hills and highlands of Kabale.
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5 Days Chimpanzee and Gorilla tracking Safari
Day 1: Transfer to Kibale National Park This Primates safari starts with pick up from your hotel after breakfast by our company tour guide who will brief you about your safari and drive you off to Kibale National park; home of the chimpanzees and other 12 primate species and a multitude of bird varieties. You will reach Fort portal in time for your lunch and check in at your hotel. In the afternoon, go for nature walk to Amabeere ganyina mwiru.
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6 Days Uganda Primates Safari
Day 1: Kampala to Kibale forest National Park Pick up from your hotel in Kampala after your breakfast by our company tour guide who will brief you about your safari. Make your journey through Mityana to Mubende and later to Fort Portal in the shadow of the majestic Rwenzori mountains with an en route lunch. Depending on time, you may take a mini tour around one of Uganda’s cleanest and well organized towns well known for its welcoming and hospitable people; the Batooro.
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7 Days Uganda primates & Wildlife Safari
Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park Our company driver guide will pick you up from your hotel in Kampala after your breakfast and then transfer you to Queen Elizabeth National Park. En route stopover at the equator allows you time for souvenir shopping, photography and the water experiment to prove you that you are on the equator. After the water experiment, you will proceed to Mbarara town for Lunch while enjoying en route views through the vehicle of the Ankole long horned cattle.
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8 Days Gorilla Safari in Uganda
Day 1: Kampala – Murchison Falls National Park Pick up by our company tour guide from your hotel in Kampala after your breakfast and drive northwest to Masindi Town for lunch with an en route stop at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for a nature walk to view Rhinos. Proceed to Murchison Falls National Park via Kichumbanyobo gate as you drive to the top of the spectacular falls where you can see the Nile crushing through a 7m wide gap before plunging 42m deep into the gorge producing a thunderous roar and a rainbow making it the strongest water falls in the world.
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9 Days Uganda Safari Adventure
Day 1: Kampala – Murchison Falls NP Take your breakfast early in the morning as you wait for our company guide who will pick you and transfer you to Murchison falls NP. En route visit Ziwa rhino sanctuary for rhino viewing before proceeding to Masindi for a lunch stop. Later proceed to enter this Uganda’s largest National park through its southern gate at Kichumbanyobo as you head straight for a walk to the top of the world’s hardest waterfalls where the Nile crushes through a 7 m wide gap between rocks before plunging down 42 m deep into the gorge producing a heavy roar and a rainbow.
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10 Days Primate and Wildlife Tour
Day 1: Kampala to Murchison falls National Park. Start safari with an early breakfast and you will be picked from the hotel by our company guide who will transfer you to the park. An en route visit to the Zziwa Rhino sanctuary for a guided nature walk to view rhinos at a closer range and later a lunch break in Masindi will refresh your day’s journey. Later proceed to the park for a hike to the top of the falls for a remarkable sight and sound of the Nile crushing through a 7 m wide gap to plunge 43m deep into the gorge.
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12 Days Uganda Adventure Safari
Day 1: Kampala – Murchison Falls National Park Start safari with an early breakfast at your hotel where you will be picked by our company guide to transfer to the park. En route visit to the Zziwa Rhino sanctuary for a guided nature walk to view rhinos at a closer range and a lunch stop in Masindi will refresh your day’s journey. Later proceed to the park with a hike to the top of the falls for a remarkable sight and sound of the Nile crashing through the chasm.
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