Our Safari Collections
Take to the skies over our forests, mountains, volcanoes and savannahs, with postcard views of Uganda from the air. A network of airstrips serve popular destinations such as Bwindi Impenetrable for gorilla tracking, Kibale for chimp tracking, and Queen Elizabeth, and Murchison Falls National Park’s for savannah game drives and cruises on the mighty river Nile. This selection of affordable flying safaris follow scheduled domestic flight routes. If you're looking for a high-end luxe accommodation, with chartered flights in light aircraft and helicopters, we can tailor this for you with our aviation partners.
Get out of the city hustle and explore our Uganda! Snap a selfie on the savannah (we’ll watch out for the lions) or relax beside the swimming pool with some tasty bitings and a cold drink. This collection of safaris has been carefully crafted for East African citizens and residents so that those that can’t travel overseas this year, can make the most of their incredible home. A staycation will include discounts on popular lodges, permits, and park entry for groups of friends and families. Browse our MyUganda collection below for info on our adventure and classic programs and their prices!
Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Uganda, from the urban streets of Kampala’s arts scene to the traditional villages of people from east, west, north and central Uganda. Visit Kampala and Jinja with historical and dark tours and explore the bustling markets and streets of our busy and colourful cities. Meet people living in the vicinity of the savannah and forest parks, developing innovative solutions to overcome human-wildlife conflict. Meet the elders, traditional healers, Batwa and nomads who’ll host and educate you on your journey through Uganda.
Summit the equatorial glacial peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains, trek on the volcano slopes of the Virunga massif with its mountain gorillas or combine hill hiking with paddling in traditional dugout canoes in the Kigezi highlands. Expert local guides and maintained trails provide accessibility for travellers with a range of abilities, offering everyone the chance to enjoy an off the beaten track adventure.
A true birders utopia with 1075 recorded species, including twenty four Albertine Rift Endemics notably the Grauer's Broadbill and Shelley's Crimsonwing. Home to around half of the species on the African continent, the diversity of birdlife here is truly breathtaking thanks to our location straddling the more arid north, East African savannah and West African rainforests. Despite the prolific number of species recorded due to the shared geographical locations only one, the Fox’s weaver is endemic to Uganda.
With volcanoes, mountains, primate tracking and the worlds most famous river, Uganda is packed with adventure. Explore the white water of the river Nile with kayaking safaris or spend the day sport fishing on its banks. Hike around highland lakes, up volcanoes or to the snow-capped peak of Margherita. Track mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in ancient rainforests, or discover savannah plains with a horseback or mountain biking safari.
In a destination famed for its gorilla and chimpanzee tracking, we have tailored a set of safari itineraries featuring our most memorable encounters with these old world primates. From meeting a wild rare mountain gorilla family in the UNESCO designated Bwindi Impenetrable NP to tracking chimpanzees in Kibale, Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls national parks.
Short on time? We have developed a set of short trips to give you a memorable weekend break. From tackling the white waters of the Nile with kayaks or rafts, tracking chimpanzees in an ancient rainforest, exploring rolling savannah plains on horseback or simply unwinding on a tropical island in Lake Victoria. Let us take you away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Journey through savannah plains and ancient tropical rainforests using open-sided Landcruisers and small jet planes. Our savannah plains are home to the ‘Big 5’ game species that live alongside zebra, giraffe, crocodiles, antelopes and hippos pods.