Our Safaris /Trips


Planning a trip/Safari in Uganda.
Safari holidays is synonymous within the Africa region. When safari is mentioned, it conjures images of the African wilderness, wildlife watching and experiencing the hospitality of the locals. A safari is meant to leave a memorable and lasting experience hence planning is a very important undertaking.
A safari trip to Uganda would not be complete without seeing the Gorillas, Chimpanzees and the African big five (while birding, a chance you may encounter them at a free cost but we can’t guarantee them). It would definitely be one of the highlights of your trip.
Book your safari with a knowledgeable and rebuttable Tour Operator. Licensed by the Government (Uganda Tourism Board)
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When is the best time for Uganda trip?
This is the question that usually comes to the mind of anybody planning to come to Uganda on a safari or holiday. There is no simple answer to this question. The following information may help you choose which month to travel: Read More
General group tour packages are available for special- interest small groups such as birdwatchers, primate enthusiasts and photographers. These trips are led by the highly regarded safari guides who are not only professional but also with great knowledge on the general wilderness of the entire Africa! The main aim of these particular packages is to give extreme classics of the above safaris that are far beyond the normal safaris you have ever encountered. (If we miss out some of your expectations, you may still call for an encore!)
Don’t miss out this golden opportunity, book for your space now and travel in a troupe for a remarkable African experience that will stare on to your memory for the rest of your lifetime!

Scheduled trips

You need Uganda bird, primates, or big game, photography trip?!!, You don’t need to wait for a public holiday,
book your trip now!

African Big Five Safaris

We’re here to take you to the remarkable destinations of natural homes and history making your dream come true and leave you with greater experience for once in a life time that you will never forget!
This trip is designed to track down for you the big five that is the Lion, Leopards, Elephant, Cape Buffalo, and Rhino, much as Uganda is more popular for primates, we give you the best of a Uganda Wildlife experience with a focus on the Big Five that were established by the Big Game Hunters of times back, the Big Five were not just the Big sized animals but the difficulty of hunting them today, it is used by Safari companies and many tourists to Africa and rather than killing, the camera does the shooting.
This is just a one of the many offers we have, please note Uganda offers you not only the Big Five, but is home to vast wildlife and home of 408 Mountain Gorillas; half of world’s population!, Chimpanzees, Forest Elephants and Forest Buffalo, if you want a primate safari in Uganda , please we’re here to give you the best tour plans!

Birding Bonus

While birding there in the wilderness we do not spend our much time looking for big cats, but when we find them along our game drives and they show up this good, we pay attention and even take great photographs than those who come purposely for them!

Community tourism

Walk like a local with a local guide to explore African human lifestyle and experience true African way of living. Stroll in the homesteads to reveal enthusiastic African history and culture of both today and centuries!

This trip is designed for NOT less than 15 birdwatchers who are willing to do Remarkable and Memorable Birding Watching in Uganda scheduled between January and March, June to early September every year. Don’t miss out this opportunity to participate in one of Uganda’s remarkable birding trip. Book for your space now!

Our group birding safari in Uganda was designed exclusively by the serious birders, We provide you exceptional access to key birding sites where we scope out endemic, rarities and elusive, secretive bird species. Our guides will focus on getting you the birds that you need rather than on general wild life. They are skilled in calling Birds with their lip whistles and will do everything possible to meet your expectations. Target birds will range from the smallest African Piculate, Dwarf Honeyguide, African Green Broadbill, to the largest Handsome Francolin, Black-Casqued Wattled Hornbill, Shoebill, Rwenzori Turaco and Secretary Bird. Bring your most wanted bird checklist along!


One of a few remaining productive wetland in Uganda protected by the local communities. extensive papyrus swamps with labyrinth’s channels and lagoons, classified as an important bird area (IBA), it’s a home of multiple Shoebills-Uganda’s most famous avian resident and the only representative in its family, is the amongst most sought after birds in the whole African continent! Its only traced by canoeing through the channels with a wooden boat. Other likes of Mabamba include;
Papyrus Gonolek, Blue-breasted Bee-eater, Lesser Jacana, African Jacana, White-winged Black Tern, Grey-headed Gull, African skimmers, Little Egret, Long-toed Lapwing, Spur-winged Lapwing, African Fish-eagle, Goliath Heron, Purple Heron, Common Squacco Heron, Striated Heron, Blue-headed Coucal, Malachite Kingfisher, Black Crake, Hamerkop, African Marsh-harrier, Yellow-billed Duck, Hadada Ibis, White-browed Scrub-Robin, Swamp Flycatcher, Vanga Flycatcher, Weyn’s Weaver, Eastern Grey Plantain-eater, Sedge Warbler, Wood Sandpiper, Pied Kingfisher, Cape Wagtail, Rufous-Napped Lark, Green Backed Heron, African Snip, Croaking Cisticola, White-faced Whistling Duck, Spur-winged Goose, Black-crowned Waxbill, Scarce Swift, Bern Swallow, African-Dusky Flycatcher, African Yellow Warbler, Collard-Sunbird etc.

Uganda is a true pearl of Africa

Ecologically, Uganda is only where the East African savanna meets the West African jungle! Where else in this globe can one observe lions prowling the open plains in the morning and track chimpanzees in the rain forest undergrowth the same afternoon, then the next day navigate tropical channels teeming with hippos and crocodiles before setting off into the misty mountains to stare deep into the eyes of mountain gorillas?!! Certainly Uganda is the only safari destination where range of forest primates is as impressive as its selection of Antelopes. And it’s of particular interest to birdwatchers that over 1,050 species of birds (more than 50% of the total bird species in Africa) have been recorded! Most of these specials are west African and Congolese forest birds that would be very difficult to see elsewhere. This is the reason to why the rainforests of western Uganda must be seen as the country’s most important bird homes and one that is of greatest interest to birders where the most alluring forests in terms of localized species are; Semliki Valley National Park, Budongo Forest Reserve, Kibale Forest and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Most forest birds are secretive some elusive that skulk on tall tree canopies! and it can be difficult to get, even not to have a glimpse on them in the dense undergrowth, BUT looking at them can be simpler with the best local bird enthusiasts most of them capable of identifying all species by call, and even calling up the more responsive species with their lips whistles! Otherwise, wilderness of Uganda is full of a million incredible creatures; from tiny to the tall, from slow to the speed and magnificent sceneries thrilling right away from rugged terrain scenery and arid badlands of Karamoja-Kidepo Valley National Park region in the north to the misty mountainous areas of Kigezi and Kisoro region in the south.

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