Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, according to Winston Churchill. And for good reason. Uganda offers stunning scenery with gems of opportunity. It is in Uganda you can see world’s highest concentration of primates including the much endangered Mountain Gorilla, chimpanzees and golden monkeys.
Uganda has quickly become our most popular area for tracking mountain gorillas, mainly due to the price of the permit being almost a third of the price of neighbouring Rwanda – without compromising on the quality of the experience.
For the gorillas, trek in Bwindi, for chimps checkout Kibale and for a more rounded experience head to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Safari&Beach can also help you with visits to Lake Victoria, the source of the Nile and overnight stays in Entebbe.
The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to half the world’s mountain gorilla population, 120 species of mammal, including 10 primates, 310 species of butterfly and over 350 species of birds. The park is easily accessed from neighbourin...
Kibale Forest, just north of Bwindi, is a significant tropical forest with 13 species of primate including a significant chimpanzee habituation programme.
Kibale National park covers an area of about 795 sq km and is acknowledged to have th...
Queen Elizabeth National Park, home to several chimps, offers a more traditional safari experience with lion and elephant also found in reasonable numbers.
The true king, or better said ‘’queen’’, of Uganda’s national parks, stret...
We'd recomend visiting Queen Elizabeth during the months in green.
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