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Uganda Safari Tours

Uganda Safaris & Tours

Uganda is a stunning country, an ideal destination for a tailor made safari holiday, honeymoon or adventure trip. As a holiday destination, Uganda, known as the Pearl of Africa, is perhaps East Africa's best kept secret. It is quite unlike any other African country, with spectacular mountain scenery along with rainforests, rivers and lakes and areas of open plains, which provide homes for an extraordinary diversity of life. Uganda safaris are diverse and awe-inspiring.

One of the highlights has to be trekking to see primates in their natural habitat. Mountain gorillas can be seen at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, or in the Parc National des Volcans in neighbouring Rwanda which is easily accessible from Uganda.

You can see chimpanzees, go birdwatching for the 27 Rift Valley endemics or the rare shoebill stork, see elephants, lions and hippos and other great African wildlife in a range of wildlife areas such as the Kibale forest and the Queen Elizabeth (Ruwenzori) National Park.

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How to get there
The prime entry point of the country from overseas is the only international airport of Uganda, Entebbe International Airport (EBB). The international airport is located about 46km away from Kampala; the capital of Uganda. To travel inside the country bus is the most common local transport or the vehicles arranged by the tour operators. There are many chartered flights operating in Uganda that can be booked to travel from ne national park to another.
Traveller’s Perspective
Uganda is a magic land that captures the mind and soul of a traveler with its unmatched beauty The country receives between 200,000 and 300,000 travelers each year The country is rich with many hot springs, crater lakes, beaches, and rivers making it a heaven for water sports The incredible national parks are home to mountain Gorillas and chimpanzees Incredible night life at the capital city of Kampala
Trips & Notes
Here is little information you need to note-down before Uganda: Uganda Visa: The visa for Uganda can be issued online or can obtain after reaching the international airport. Best Time to Travel: The tropical climate of the country is not bad to travel any time of the year except for the heavy rain season. However, the dry seasons December, January, February, June, July, August, and September are considered as the best to travel to Uganda. Currency: US dollars are not accepted so you have to exchange your notes to Ugandan Shillings and make sure your notes are not damaged. Safety: The country is quite safe for travelers however, a little care is always recommendable regarding personal belonging and cash.
Wildlife to See in Uganda
The country hosts tremendous wildlife that includes few from the list of “Big Five”. The prime attractions of the country are the mountain gorillas and chimpanzees that are driving thousands of wildlife lovers worldwide each year. Here are few other iconic animals you can spot apart from the Gorillas and Chimps: • White rhino & Black rhino • Rothschild’s giraffe • Lion • African Bush Elephant • Uganda Kob or Uganda's Antelope • Rock Python • Cape buffalo • Golden Monkey • African Leopard • Nile crocodile • Hippopotamus

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FAQs about Gorilla Trekking In Uganda

When Is The Best Time Trek Gorillas in Uganda?
The best time of the year when you should visit the gorillas is June, July, August, and September however; you can consider January and February which is the short rainy season of the year.
How Much Is A Gorilla Permit In Uganda?
A gorilla permit in Uganda costs USD $600 per person and USD1500.00 for gorilla habituation experience permits.
When Should I Book My Gorilla Permit/Tour in Uganda?
Booking Gorilla Permit 3-4 months prior to your journey is recommendable. If your plan is ready before 6 months then it’s better to book it then itself.
What Is Included In A Uganda Gorilla Permit?
A Uganda Gorilla Permit is a card or document that includes one hour with mountain gorillas.
How Long Is A Gorilla Trek In Uganda?
The length of Gorilla trekking depends on many factors so it’s quite hard to predict the number of days. You can choose from 1 or more days according to your suitable time schedule and money you want to spend on this tour.
What Is The Age Limit For Trekking Gorillas in Uganda?
The age limit for Gorilla trekking in Uganda is 15 years or above as the kids below the age are vulnerable and can easily contract and spread diseases.
What Should I Pack For Gorilla Trekking In Uganda?
Wearing sturdy clothing will be really helpful and save you from scratching. You can wear a long sleeve shirt, trousers and a good pair of lightweight walking boots along with leather gloves or gardening gloves, and a pair of gaiters.
What Is Gorilla Habituation Experience?
Gorilla Habituation Experience is where the big mountain gorillas get used to the presence of humans and allow the travelers to observe the true natural behavior of Mountain gorillas.
How Many People per Gorilla Family?
The maximum number of 8 people is allowed to trek each gorilla family per day per hour which means 152 people per day can visit the 19 different gorilla families.
What are the Chances of Seeing Mountain Gorillas In Uganda?
There is a 99% chance of meeting Mountain Gorilla and interacting with them in Uganda and there are very few travelers who have failed to spot the Gorillas because of heavy rain or discontinuing the trek from half-way.