Uganda, ‘the Pearl of Africa’, a land of outstanding beauty with rich in cultural history and biodiversity and best offers a diverse range of safari activities. Trekking mountain gorillas through the misty forests of Bwindi and the Virungas, and many game viewing activities is a guarantee to all our clients. Uganda safaris also offers a luxurious accommodation, to eco-friendly lodges, accompanied by a full range of friendly and excellent service, comforts zone and fine cuisine among other services that exceed customer’s expectations.
The famous Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
It is also known as the Impenetrable Forest is one of Uganda’s most recently created national parks. The park covers an acre of 331 sq km and encompasses one of the last remaining habitats of the mountain gorilla trekkingand known for its exceptional biodiversity, with more than 160 species of trees and over 100 species of ferns. The park is part of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, and is situated along the Democratic Republic of Congo border next to the Virunga National Park. The park contains forest elephants, with species of primate including chimpanzees, Colobus monkeys and baboons, duikers, bushbucks and the rare giant forest hog, as well as a host of bird and insect species. It is one of the richest areas in Africa for flora and fauna.
The stunning Lake Victoria
Adventuring on Uganda safaris enables you to explore the great beauties of tourist attractions. In addition to the presence of stunning national park, it is also rich in beautiful lake like the adjacent Lake Victoria. Lake Victoria is one of the Great Lakes of Africa and the third biggest lake in the world covering 68,800 square kilometers (26,560 mi²) in size. Lake Victoria is located in Tanzania and Uganda with a small part extending into Kenya. It is the main reservoir of the Nile River and is the largest fresh water lake in Africa. Lake Victoria is known for its abundance of fish, which are exported by local fishermen and traders
The Kasubi Tombs
This is where the Kabaka and others in Buganda’s complex cultural hierarchy frequently carry out important centuries-old Ganda rituals. It was built in 1882 and converted into the royal burial ground in 1884. Four royal tombs now lie within the Muzibu Azaala Mpanga, the main building, which is circular and surmounted by a dome has remain as the major attraction in the area.
The old town of Kampala
Kampala is the capital city of Uganda. the Uganda Museum, Kasubi tombs, where the remains of the Kings of Buganda were buried, still remain a major tourist site for both international and local tourists in the region and has earn a high reputation on Uganda safaris.