Tours in Uganda
Here is a selection of popular Uganda Private Tours and Wildlife safaris itinerary suggestions to give you an idea of what’s available.
Uganda’s NationPark forms the core of the Greater Uganda Ecosystem, with one of the highest levels of wildlife diversity in Africa. Our full-day private Uganda wildlife safari endeavours to highlight the hundreds of species of animals and plants that call this place home by utilizing the vast knowledge and experience of our local tour guides.
Our Msafiri tours safaris begin in the early morning hours to give us the best opportunity to view wildlife movement. We often enjoy herds of Carnivores – Lion, Leopards, African wildcats, cheetahs, hyenas, and many more. It’s easy to admire the many waterfalls at Murchison falls the Grand Canyon of Uganda. We may enjoy an intimate viewing of Herbivores – Buffalos, elephants, Giraffes, Hippos, Rhino, Zebra, Antelope, Uganda Kob and many more or possibly Primates – mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, golden monkeys, grey-cheeked mangabey, and many more courting up high in the branches of 200-year-old trees. Every single day out on safari in Uganda brings a new revelation, and therefore the safari is truly a journey without end.
Our Msafiri tour guides provide not only the understanding of wildlife habits but also the story of their importance on the Ugandan landscape. Throughout the day as you ride in our tour vehicles, your guide will educate and converse with you about the incredible Ugandan ecosystem. Our guides are attuned to all our guests’ needs and desires and will plan accordingly for walking, viewing, picnicking and moments of Ugandan safari wilderness solitude. The use of optics such as binoculars and spotting scopes makes for incredible and personal moments of connection with Africa’s enigmatic, wild place. Your Msafiri tour guide is at your service to help you have the best Uganda safari experience from start to finish.
Our safaris begin in the early morning hours to give us the best opportunity to view wildlife movement.