Uganda Safari Specialists
Tailormade, responsible Uganda safari & wildlife tours for 2020/2021
We have selected a number of our favourite Uganda destinations, hotels and special offers below to help inspire your next Uganda safari or holiday – whether it is a cultural short break, a relaxing holiday or an opportunity to celebrate a special occasion.
Uganda is a big place. A big place with diverse landscapes ranging from dense pristine tropical rainforest to the burnt red savanna, wild life parks and reserves, vibrant cities to empty beaches and spectacular plunging gorges to acres of world class plantations. With such large distances to cover and so many amazing things to see, creating an itinerary to visit Uganda can feel a bit overwhelming. Whether you have a week in Uganda to see a few main attractions or a year to make your way around the country, Uganda has a lot to offer visitors.
But there are many different ways to experience Uganda’s wildlife; from bush walks in Lake Mburo national park and riding safaris, to safaris over the rolling plains of the Murchison falls.
For many, the prime attraction of a Uganda wildlife safari is seeing Uganda’s ‘Big Five’ – lion, leopard; rhino, elephant and buffalo; but seasoned safari-goers may want to trek through the Ugandan rainforest in search of the last remaining mountain gorillas, or go chimpanzee trekking
You’ll never forget the experience of spotting your favorite animal in the wild in Uganda. And whichever animal or bird you want to see; we’ve likely got a wildlife tour in Uganda you can see it on.
The majority of our Uganda tours include the opportunity to spot wildlife in the wild, and we know this is an experience that our visitors love.
We also run specific Wildlife tours in Uganda which are all about seeing the animal kingdom up-close; with opportunities to photograph and learn about these animals, their behaviors and habitats.
As with all other tours, we have opportunities for individual travelers or people in groups led by our local Uganda tour guide.
Our Msafiri tour guides may be an expert on the wildlife of the area; or on some tours you’ll also be joined by a Uganda wild life authority tour guide who will share their knowledge of the animals and help you spot them.