Safaris, day trips, and multi-day excursions
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Safaris: Uganda’s national parks
Plan your safari to one of Uganda’s best-loved Game preserves
Murchison Falls National Park
Visit the stunning falls, dense rainforests, the savannah, and the Nile River all in one place! Murchison is Uganda’s largest game preserve and one you won’t want to miss!
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth is the most popular tourist destination in all of Uganda. With its sprawling savannahs, crater lakes, and the Kazinga Channel–all with the backdrop of the Rwenzori Mountains–you will see for yourself why Uganda is called “The Pearl of Africa.”
Lake Mburo National Park
Lake Mburo National Park, just a short distance from Kampala, is nestled in an idyllic setting of lush forests, lakes, and flatlands, and is the only place in Uganda you will find zebras and elands.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
As its name suggests, Bwindi Impenetrable is a dense, primeval forest that is almost mystical in its beauty. It sits along the Great Rift Valley and is the home of the mountain gorilla–one of the most endangered species on the planet.
Day trips and Multi-day excursions
Whether you’re looking for adventure or relaxation, Uganda has the place for you
Jinja and the Nile Region
Jinja and the Nile Region, located in Eastern Uganda, is one of the most beautiful areas of the country. Whether you are adventurous or just want to relax, the natural beauty and resources Jinja has everything to offer.
Mount Elgon National Park/Sipi Falls
This spectacular area is on Uganda’s eastern border with Kenya, and offers some of the best hiking and views—in fact, on a clear day, you can see most all of Uganda from the summit!
No visit to Uganda is complete without a visit to the equator! Make a stop here to snap some iconic photos, have a bite to eat, and check out some great local crafts.
Kampala, the capitol of Uganda
Whatever you’re looking for—Kampala has it! Uganda’s capital city and home to over 1.5 million people, Kampala boasts thousands of local restaurants, shops, and businesses, fine hotels and dining, and plenty of culture and history.