We take you to the diverse collection of excursions including Gorilla expeditions, Wildlife safaris, Guided nature walks, Mountain Hiking, Primate Safaris, Bird watching, White water rafting, Honeymoon safari packages and Cultural tours. All these Safaris take you to different destinatons
Budongo Forest Reserve – Primates Traking
The forest is well known to habour a number of primates like the olive baboons, black and white monkeys, grey monkeys black and white colobus and many others plus the famous chimpanzees. Elephants can also be spoted in this forest park espcially the forest elephants. The vast Forest lies at the edge of the Albertine Rift Valley and to the South of Murchison falls National.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Gorilla Trekking
Bwindi Impenetrable In the local Lukiga language Bwindi means ‘impenetrable’. This double warning is suitable and applicable to this Africa’s most ancient rainforest of tangled vegetation draped over a deeply fissured landscape of steed, slippery valleys and high draughty ridges.It lies 530km from Kampala, in the south – west of Uganda in Kibaale district close.
Kibaale Forest National Park – Chimpanzee Tracking
Kibaale Forest National park covers an area of about 795km and its acknowledged to have one of Uganda’s most gorgeous tropical forest. It’s a habitat to many forest wildlife and among these includes the 13 species of primates along with chimpanzees, monkeys, gorillas and the southern Kibale connects to the heart of Queen Elizabeth National park. The Forest is covering.
Kidepo Valley National Park – Wildlife Safaris
Kidepo valley national park is 1442 sq km and is Uganda’s most remote and isolated protected area found in the far North east bordering Kenya and South Sudan but still with almost all variety of animals that appear in all Uganda’s national parks. The sparsely populated semi arid Karamoja land with difficult roads make it one of the least visited park in Uganda yet it is one of the most.
Lake Mburo National Park- Wildlife Safaris Uganda
The vegetation distribution of the park is largely dominated by Acacia Woodland and Euphorbia trees. This vegetation harbors a number of animals which include the Zebras, antelopes, leopards Elands, Topis, Buffaloes, lions and Elephants. The park is also a home to a variety of birds at the northern limit of their distribution. This is the best, and in some cases the only.
Mabira Forest Reserve – Rain Forest
This is the closest Reserve to Kampala City and supports over 300 species. Mabira’s strength lies in large number of birds which can be seen a short distance from the visitor centre The Key Species include; Nahan’s Francolin, Cassin’s Hawk Eagle, Forest Wood Hoopoe, Pied Hornbill, Purple-throated Cuckoo Shrike, Green-tailed Bristlebill, Sooty.
Mount Elgon National Park
The best birding area in this Park is along the “Mountain Bamboo Trail”, a 7km loop that traverses a variety on montane habitats. The trail crosses the Chebonet River, then ascends steeply to the southern rim of the Gorge, passing a number of fig trees that attract an impressive variety of frugivores that include Olive Pigeon, Slender-billed and Mountain Greenbuls, Red-winged.
Murchison Falls National Park- Wildlife Safaris
The park is known for a variety of wildlife lying in the northern part of Uganda. The park has got an open savannah where antelopes can be spoted in bigger numbers, the african Elephants, giraffes, warthogs, bushbarks, lions and leopards, the olive baboons and schools.
Queen Elizabeth National Park- Wildlife Safaris
This is Uganda’s most popular Park and mostly one of its scenic. It stretches from the crater-dotted foothills of the Rwenzori (Mountains of the Moon) range in the north, along the shores of Lake Edward to the remote Ishasha River in the south, incorporating a wide variety of that range from Savanna and wetlands to gallery and lowland forest. The Park boasts of 606.
Rwenzori Mountains National Park
This “Mountains of the moon” Park is characterized by a variety of montane habitats. Birds found in this area are similar to those found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park including the Albertine Rift Endemics (AREs) since they share the same ecological zone. Key Species include; the Rwenzori Turaco, Handsome Francolin, Dwarf Honeyguide, Archer’s Robin-Chat, Red-throated.