The safari of choice for primate enthusiasts, this epic journey will give you the chance to track both mountain gorillas and western lowland gorillas on six separate trekking excursions (with the possibility of a seventh trek added in for good measure).
In contrast to Kenya and Tanzania, Uganda is a compact, rich, and fertile country which can offer both the savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park as well as the Impenetrable Forest of Bwindi.
Uganda offers something entirely different to its neighbouring countries in East Africa with many travellers deciding to visit Uganda only after having enjoyed a traditional safari in Kenya or Tanzania first. Tourism is relatively new, and does not have the extensive infrastructure of the aforementioned countries, but what Uganda does offer is authenticity, fewer crowds and a lot more variety than one would expect in its own individual way. Due to the limited infrastructure Uganda is still a relatively expensive destination, but we can blend the right accommodation and activities to design the perfect itinerary for you. Find out when the best time to visit Uganda and the differences between the months to help you plan your trip.