Uganda the magic of African wildness and scenic beauty offering adventurous classic wildlife safaris in her ten national parks and fifteen wildlife reserves. Uganda has a slice of everything that Africa has to offer and is most famous for gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga national parks not forgetting an encounter with humans’ closest relatives the chimpanzees in kibale forest. Uganda is also blessed with several savanna parks that have abundant wildlife that offers authentic wildlife ambiance, several lakes and rivers will leave mesmerized with both marine and wildlife species that inhabit the waters or nearby areas. Cultural tours will bring you face to face with Uganda’s most welcoming people and offer insightful tours to these un explored cultures. If you are looking to visiting Africa, Uganda is a must a visit!

Murchison Falls National Park

Uganda’s most outstanding national park that boosts over 70 mammal species, 450 bird’s species and the magnificent Murchison falls which is the Centre piece of the park. This is Uganda’s largest and oldest national park with five game reserves that make up the Murchison Falls Conservation area. Discovering this park whether by boat cruise to delta or water falls or game drive both day and night is remarkably rewarding and adventurous. Lions, leopards, Elephants, Uganda kobs, Waterbucks, giraffes, Hippos, buffaloes, Patus monkeys, baboons with lots of savanna birds are what you can expect where visiting this park. Combing this park with Ziwa Rhino sanctuary, give a chance to sight the big five of Africa. (Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo)

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

Bwindi National Park is a UNESCO designated world Heritage that hosts 51% of the total population of the reaming mountain Gorillas on the planet. The park sits on 331 square kilometers of Bwindi impenetrable forest that believed to be more than 2 million years old with over 340 bird species, 120 mammal species, over 200 butterfly species, over 160 tree species among others that have been recorded here in these dense jungles of Bwindi forest. If you’re looking forward to seeing gorillas and interacting with the local Batwa communities, this is the destination for you.

Jinja – Source of The Nile


The Nile is the world’s longest river that is shared by Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia with Uganda having the source of the Nile. The boat to the source of Nile, is historic one with a lot marine life to look out for. The 6,650km river start here in Jinja with several craft shops where you will be able to shop a souvenir for house back home or a trophy from Uganda.

Lake Mburo National Park – Whispers of The Wild

Lake Mburo National Park is among diverse biotic and abiotic of the western region of Uganda forming a remarkable ecosystem. The 370 kilometers biome is home to over 65 mammals and 350 bird species with specials such as Burchell’s zebra and massive common elands that can only be found in Kidepo national park and Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve. Other species such as Leopards, Hyenas, Hippos, Buffaloes, Topi (The fastest antelope), Nile crocodile, porcupines, pangolins, Snakes and not forgetting the Rothchild giraffes that have been translocated to this park. Visiting this park is ideal because it’s just about four hours’ drive and Aerloink now has domestic flights to and from this park making it easy to visit other major parks.

Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Queen Elizabeth national park is Uganda’s most famous popular destination that’s crossed by the equator line marked Zero degrees and hosts over 90 mammal species, 600 bird’s species have also been recorded here, diverse ecosystems such as sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game not forgetting ten primate species including chimpanzees have also been recorded here. Watching lions and leopards in the big fig trees of Ishasha or Kasenyi plains and the astonishing Kazinga channel home to 1000sh of hippos offer a true classic African safari experience.

Kibale forest National Park

Kibale national park is known as the primate capital of the world with thirteen primate’s species found in this one evergreen tropical forest. About 70 mammal species have been recorded in forest, over 370 bird species, 350 plant species including shrubs and trees and over 250 butterflies.

Kampala City Tour

Uganda is famous for the most welcoming and hospitable people in the travel industry. The historic Kampala city offers an exception striking insight into the life of Ugandans and Kampala’s most historic iconic attractions such as the stupendous architectural Bahai temple, Bulange Mengo Palace, the beguiling Gadhafi Mosque, the remarkable Kasubi Royal Tombs Buganda’s cultural patrimony among others.

With an estimated population of 1.5 to 2.5m people during the day and less than one million at night that work and live here, Kampala city tour offers you the chance to explore, experience the social historical, cultural and political back ground of its people but at the same time enjoying the true taste of one of the fastest growing modern cities on the African continent.
Depending on your choice of sites to visit and interests, you can expect change your experience to Uganda and will make it an unforgettable one