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A profusion of wildlife amongst spectacular scenery

Welcome to Uganda, the "Pearl of Africa," a land where diverse landscapes, rich wildlife, and vibrant cultures converge. From spotting mountain gorillas in lush jungles, to the expansive savannas teeming with wildlife, Uganda offers a tapestry of natural wonders. Famous as the site of the source of the Nile, it’s the warmth of local communities, and unforgettable safaris that make this one of East Africa’s most enchanting destinations.

When to go?

The best time to visit Uganda is during the two dry seasons which occur from December to February and June to September. Conditions are better then for trekking to see chimpanzees and gorillas, and wildlife collects around waterholes in the national parks. Birding is fantastic year round.

Best experiences


Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Spending time with mountain gorillas in their natural habitat is an extraordinary and humbling experience. Trekking permits are much cheaper here than in Rwanda, though the terrain may be more challenging.


Murchison Falls National Park

This park offers a unique combination of game drives in the grasslands, boat safaris to view wildlife along the Nile and a short walk to witness the power of these magnificent falls up close.

Meet Sushi a Shoebill Stork at the Ugand

Unique wildlife

Ugandan wildlife is very diverse, especially when it comes to primates. There are 10 National Parks including Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is famous for its tree-climbing lions.  Birding is exceptional everywhere.


Jinja and the source of the Nile

Jinja is the adrenaline capital of East Africa.  Adventure activities here include white water rafting, kayaking, bungy jumping and also the unique thrill of being at the source of the Nile. 


Kibale National Park

Chimpanzee trekking within this lush rainforest is an incredible experience and there are an array of other fascinating primates to spot. The neighbouring Bigodi Wetlands are also a haven for birdlife.

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Immersive cultural experiences

Ugandan culture is enthralling. Visitors can mix with friendly communities at local markets, festivals and ceremonies or
at rural homestays where they are

welcomed to witness traditional dances and music.

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