Uganda Safaris

Insight Safari Holidays takes you to Uganda to visit the mountain gorillas and lots of wildlife in the 10 National Parks. Below are some of our Uganda safari packages. We tailor every itinerary to suit your time, budget and preference..

Uganda the pearl of Africa is emerging as one of the top safari destinations to visit in Africa, Lonely Planet named in among the top 10 in 2012. Its fame in having the mountain gorillas together with other 10 parks and reserves providing wildlife experience makes it a competitive holiday destination in Africa.


15 Days Safari in Uganda, Adventure & Wildlife

Parks include Murchison, Bwindi, Queen, Bunyonyi, Lake Mburo and other tourist destinations with the best of Uganda.

12 Days Uganda Safari

Spend 12 days, fun filled adventure, visit all the best parks in Uganda, see the gorillas and more.


11 Day Uganda Safari Trip

Activities include bird watching, gorilla tracking, chimpanzee tracking, primate watch safaris and game viewing.

10 days Uganda Safari Wildlife, Gorillas and Chimpanzees

A relaxed trip of 10 days highlighting a variety of tourist activities, sightseeing, launch cruise, game drives, cultural walks.

9 Days Uganda Safari

Participate in Gorilla tracking in the Bwindi forests, chimp trekking in the Chambura Gorge, and a game drive in the Murchison and Queen Elizabeth.

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8 Days Uganda Safari, Gorillas, Chimpanzee and Wildlife

Visit the top tourist destinations of Uganda, gorilla trekking, animal sightseeing in the wild and so much more.


8 Days Kibale, Queen, Bwindi, Lake Bunyonyi

Visit Kibale and Bwindi for primates and thereafter relax at the pristine lake shores of Bunyonyi.


7 days Uganda Safari, Off the Beaten Path Adventure Safari

Trip taking you to unsual destinations here, wildlife, culture, hikes and so much more.


7 Days Uganda Safari, Gorillas, Wildlife and Chimpanzee Trekking

A week long trip to see the very best of Uganda attractions.


7 Days Uganda Adventure Holiday

On this week long safari, you will enjoy game drives, boat cruises and wildlife sightseeing.

7 Days Murchison Falls, Semliki & Kibale Forest

Visit Murchison falls and see various wildlife, track the chimps of Kibale on this sight seeing adventure.


6 Days Uganda Wildlife and Chimpanzee trekking

Visit the top destinations for wildlife experience in Uganda, see the chimps and more animals.

6 Days Uganda Gorilla Tour & Wildlife

Gorilla Tracking and Wildlife safari to Lake Mburo, Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Parks

6 Days Gorilla Trek Uganda Rwanda

Tour includes Dian Fossey trek, gorilla sightseeing and more adventure in Uganda and Rwanda.

6 Days Gorilla Tour, Uganda and Rwanda

6 Days Gorilla Tour Uganda Rwanda This 6 days Gorilla Tour will start and end in Kigali- Rwanda’s capital. The tour takes you to Rwanda …

5 Days Uganda Safari, Gorillas & Chimpanzees

A pure primate experience, gorillas, chimpanzees, baboons and monkeys.

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5 Days Uganda Safari

5 Days of game viewing including Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale and Rhinos.

5 Days Bwindi, Lake Bunyonyi and Lake Mburo

Visit the mountain gorillas and enjoy Lake mburo surroundings.

5 Day chimpanzee Wildlife safari in Uganda

Spot the chimps in the natural environment, see other wildlife animals.

4 Days Uganda Safari, Gorilla and Chimpanzee

4 days safari in Uganda to see the primates, gorillas, chimps and monkey variants.

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4 Days Uganda Safari, Chimpanzee & Wildlife Adventure

4 Days Chimpanzee and Wildlife Safari to Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth National Parks Tour overview This 4 Days Safari will start and end in …

4 Days Uganda Gorillas, Double Visit

Double gorilla watching in Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

4 Days Uganda Gorilla Trekking & Wildlife

Combine your gorilla adventure trek with visits to other wild animals.

4 Days Mount Elgon Tour

The 4 Days Mount Elgon Hiking/Trekking Safari will make you able to Hike the Elgon Mountain and enjoy splendid views, from Sipi waterfalls, and the …

bwindi forest Uganda

4 Days Gorillas and Lake Bunyonyi

4 Days gorillas and thereafter, relax by the lake side of Bunyonyi.


4 Days Bwindi Gorillas & Mburo

The 4 days Bwindi Gorillas and Lake Mburo safari will expose you to both Ugandas Forested parts and the Savannah Plains in Bwindi Impenetrable and Lake Mburo National Parks respectively.

4 Days Bwindi Gorilla and Ngamba Chimps

Visit Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary and thereafter proceed to gorilla trekking in Bwindi.

3 Days Semiliki Tour Uganda

Explore the Park- Sempaya hot springs, Waterfall visit, Chimpanzee trekking, and a Game drive

3 Days Ngamba Chimpanzee Tour

This Island is a chimpanzee sanctuary with approximately 37 orphaned chimpanzees being taken care of here.


3 days Murchison Falls Safari in Uganda

Sightseeing of the might Murchison Falls, game viewing and boat ride to see lots of wild.


3 Days Mount Elgon Hiking in Uganda

Hike mountain Elgon in eastern Uganda and also experience cultural tourism.


3 Days Chimpanzee Trekking in Uganda Kibale

Visit the chimpanzees in Kibale Forest, walking adventure trip.

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3 Day Uganda Gorilla Safari

3 day gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

3 Day Trip Lake Bunyonyi Tour Uganda

Relax on the shores of Lake Bunyonyi, take a boat cruise and visit the fishing villages.

3 day Queen Elizabeth Uganda Safari

True wilderness experience, game drive and launch cruise for a variety of animals.

2 days Murchison Falls Safari On Budget,

Affordable trip to visit the might Falls and see lots of wild animals in the park.


2 Days Jinja Tour and White Water Rafting Uganda

Visit the second biggest town in Uganda, the source of the Nile and go rafting.

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2 day Safari Lake Mburo National Park

A short trip to Lake Mburo National Park. Among the animals include the Zebra, Giraffe, Hogs and more.


2 Day Chimpanzee Safari Uganda

2 Day chimpanzee trekking in Budongo Forest Reserve Tour overview Budongo Forest reserve is located in Murchison falls national park and it covers an area …

1 Day Chimpanzee Trekking safari in Uganda to Budongo Forest

Visit one of the best primate destinations in East Africa, see the chimps and other primates.


You can visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park for gorilla trekking, Murchison Falls National Park for falls viewing and wildlife game drives and launch cruise. Other destinations include Kidepo Valley National Park recently ranked among the top game parks of Africa, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo, and many others.


Generally untouched as well as pure, this destination remains a traditionally African, habitat to the friendliest people in the world, rich with green and prides in a pleasant climate all year round entire year. We are proud of our country and find pleasure in guiding you across it to enable you understand why it is referred to as `the Pearl of Africa.

Whether it is a gorilla trekking that your interested in, a wildlife tour to all national parks exploring this country nation on a single excursion, we can as well arrange it! Our committed and passionate team will customize your journey to suit your personal Uganda safari requirements, putting in mind your particular interests with attention to the least detail.

Pleasure in our wonderfully customized private as well as group tours in the different tourist destinations and uncover the novel scenery, thick green vegetation, birds plus wildlife, and above all the friendly people who pride in a very rich culture and history. We attempt to ensure that you receive your precise needs at a reasonable cost.



We offer you with a comprehensive selection of tour options which cater for amazing adventure activities at varied locations, for instance gorilla trips, wildlife safaris, chimp tracking as well as mountain climbing. Our company works with all our customers for enough time after they arrive in the country to confirm that we provide them the things they specifically need. We usually communicate through Email and telephone.

During our Uganda safaris you will enjoy the comfort of air-conditioned vehicles driven by our well experienced drivers and led by our knowledgeable tour guides. See more on What to carry,

Whether it is your very first adventure in Africa or a recurring trip, a pleasant get away excursion or honeymoon, a fantastic old adventure or a family reunion, we assure to provide you the very best memories on your African adventure according to our numerous years of experience, we pay attention to even the least detail as well as exceptional guiding.


Why you should visit Uganda?

Uganda is is located 1 00 N, 32 00 E, with a total of 241,038 sq km, land: 197,100 sq km water: Insight Safari Holidays takes you to Uganda to visit the mountain gorillas and lots of wildlife in 10 National Parks. Gorilla trekking of 400 mountain gorillas, game viewing of wild animals like elephants, antelopes, tree climbing lions, buffaloes and more in 10 national parks. Boating safari and water sports on Lake Victoria, Kazinga Channel, River Nile and Lake Bunyonyi. Hiking and climbing is done in Rwenzori mountains Margherita peak (5109m), Mount Elgon and Gorilla National Park of Mt.Gahinga, Sabinyo and Muhavura. 1061 species of birds found in Uganda, 330 mammals and more.Below are some of our Uganda safari packages. We tailor every itinerary to suit your time, budget and preference.. Uganda the pearl of Africa is emerging as one of the top safari destinations to visit in Africa, Lonely Planet named in among the top 10 in 2012. Its fame in having the mountain gorillas together with other 10 parks and reserves providing wildlife experience makes it a competitive holiday destination in Africa. 43,938 sq km with 26.4% protected areas for National parks, game reserves and specie management. Uganda is known as the pearl of Africa and it’s filled with rich bio diversity added to its friendly people which makes it to be “Gifted by Nature”. The country offers variety of wildlife species within its many fantastic national parks, some of these protected reserves include; Murchison falls National Park famous for its beautiful scenic water falls and boat cruises on Nile, 76 species of mammals and 451 birds, Bwindi impenetrable National Park , common for the mighty mountain gorillas, Queen Elizabeth National Park, the largest national park famous for variety of wildlife species and the fantastic Kazinga channel, Kibale National Park , home to over 13 primate species including the chimpanzees, Rwenzori national park famous for mountain climbing and wildlife species, Ssemliki National Park known mainly for birding, Mt Elgon National Park famous for mountain climbing and nature walks, Lake Mburo National park also famous for harboring Zebras and Impalas not common in other national parks in Uganda. Overall, the 10 National parks make your Uganda tour worthwhile.
Safari experiences feature water rafting on the world’s longest river 6,853 km. adventures which can be carried out on the source of the Nile, found in the Eastern Uganda, get chance to interact with the local people in order to explore the real culture of Ugandan people. Batwa community visit is the main cultural interactions carried out in Uganda.

Why Uganda ?

On your safari to Uganda, you will get chance to meet friendly people with different cultures. The pearl of Africa has variety of cultures with each having different and unique language, dress codes, traditional practices, songs as well as cultural dances. There are 17 tribes composed of Bantu and Nilotics. A cultural Uganda trip will give you chance to explore and experience the diversity of Uganda’s culture at large. Get a chance to taste to fresh vegetables as well as fruits including oranges, mangoes, guavas, jack fruits, lettuce, cabbages, water melons, and spinach. With adventure, Uganda’s industry is growing day by day, this includes; white water rafting done on source of Nile’s high rapids, bungee jumping, wildlife viewing on several game drives, visits to water falls, cultural visits, mountain climbing, boat cruises, guided nature walks, forest walks and bird watching carried out in all the national parks. Exploring the source of Nile is another reason for you to visit Uganda, Uganda is home to true source of Nile the longest river with in Africa. Visitors can spend the entire day enjoying different water activities on Nile, some of these activities include; swimming, boat cruises, bungee jumping and canoeing. While on safari, you can also explore Lake Victoria , the second largest water lake in the world

What to see while on Uganda safaris?

Beautiful Terrain; this is also filled with beautiful country side as well as green undulating terrains filled with coffee and banana plantations. There are also traditional homesteads and cattle grazing. You will also enjoy many beautiful scenic drives, good to the eyes of any tourist on safaris to Uganda.

Wildlife; These can be viewed in all the national parks of Uganda and tourists have a chance to enjoy the big five and the herbivores including the giraffes, zebras, antelopes, hippos, and Nile Crocodiles. Get to visit the 320 mountain gorillas found in Bwindi Impenetrable National park as well as chimpanzees and other monkey types you find in Kibale National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Besides wildlife species, you will also have chance to view the many bird species including the rare shoebill stock while on a safari

Mountain Rwenzori (Mountains of the Moon); this is a snow caped mountain and is the highest in East Africa. This mountain was also known as Ruwenzori Ranges and they are mountain ranges of the eastern equatorial Africa. These ranges are located on border between Democratic Republic of Cong and Uganda. The mountain is 5,109km above sea level and is about 120km long and 65km wide. It’s filled with variety of flora including tropical rain forests, the giant groundsel and the giant lobelia. The fauna around this mountain include; primate species like the monkeys, forest elephants and endemic birds.

Murchison falls; these falls are in north western Uganda and its among the most magnificent water falls in found in Uganda and its located on source of Nile. Other safari trips include a boat cruise on the Nile were you will enjoy an up close experience with many water species including; the hippos, giant crocodiles as well birds.

Source of the Nile; this is located in Jinja town and it was discovered by John Speke, you can enjoy many different water activities on source of Nile, these include; white water rafting, swimming, bungee jumping, boat cruises, kayaking and many more.

Are Uganda people Hospitable?
Uganda, the pearl of Africa is known for being the friendliest country for tourists. The people welcome all the visitors from any part of the world to come to this lovely country and explore the beauty of Uganda. As any country can have its negativity, Uganda has remained friendly to all those who have got a chance to visit this beautiful country, the country is also gifted with nature and friendly kind individuals with unique and rich cultural & heritage . Many visitors have always tipped different Uganda due to their simplicity, kindness and open handedness. The recent discussed gay bill seemed to brand Uganda as unsafe to many people, however this is not true and the country welcomes all the visitors from all the world.

Where Guests stay while on a safari to Uganda (Accommodation Facilities)
Many tourists wonder what type of Accommodation they will sleep in. Not knowing that Uganda safaris offers variety of accommodation facilities including; Hotels, guest houses, inns, Resorts, safari camps and hostels. These are rated based on Luxury, Mid-range and Budget. It depends on the choice of the guest because these differ in Prices. Many of national parks offer lodges and tented camps inside and outside the parks. The cost is between $ 150 to $ 900 for a double room per night. For gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National park, each of the sectors of this park has got variety of different lodges as well as camps which facilities those interested in tracking mountain gorillas. There are 41 lodges to choose from in Bwindi alone. These facilities can be booked through a tour operator or Uganda travel company or reserved directly at the facility since most of these have got websites.

When to go for a safari in Uganda?

This is one of many questions asked regarding any safari in Uganda, the common answer to this question is; you may visit Uganda at any time of the year! However the difference may vary in Price since there two different seasons; i.e. the peak season of June to September and December to February. With this season the price of both gorilla permits and lodges is high since it’s a high season. The low season is from March to May and September to November, the prices of gorilla permits and lodges is low.
However, the guests are encouraged to travel at any time of the year and the rains shouldn’t prevent you from coming for safari. You will as well need the right tour wear for gorilla trekking like the rain jackets, boots, long sleeved trousers and long sleeved shirts. During the low season of April, May and November, Uganda Wildlife Authority usually reduces the cost of gorilla permits so as to attract more tourists to undertake gorilla tours in the low season.
It’s also recommended that tourists should visit the country during the dry season which are from January to February and then June to September, this is because game viewing is best done during the dry season when many animals gather around the water holes. Bird watching can also be done throughout the year, but most preferably from November to April when there are many migrant species in the country.

What’s the weather like while on a Ugandan safari?
Weather is among the reasons why many people have continued to come to Uganda. A perfect weather has made Uganda among the leading tourist destination in Africa. Uganda in general experiences a temperate type of climate which makes it easy for the tourists to enjoy the many different tourist activities throughout the year. These include; gorilla trekking, bird watching, wildlife viewing, chimpanzee trekking and many more.
Uganda having this perfect weather also depends on many factors and among is the strategic location of the country on Equator and the geographical altitude that provides it with an ever green attribute characteristic. This country is known to be endowed by Mother Nature and having friendly happy people with a rich culture hence being named the pearl of Africa. Because of its conducive weather all around the year, many enthusiastic adventurers have visited the country in order to explore its beautiful weather and its unique attractions.

How much is an African safari?
Uganda Safari costing mainly depends on type of accommodation you chose. A gorilla permit costs $600 per person. The accommodation also costs between $150 to $900 and this depends in which facility you decide to sleep in. Cheapest gorilla tracking safari is approximately $ 1200 per person. And for the wildlife safaris to Murchison and Queen Elizabeth National Park, it can roughly cost $1000 for the budget travellers. Those willing to travel in groups, the safari price becomes low and you end up saving some money if you are travelling two people. A journey from Kampala to Bwindi is 527kilometres. This attracts fuel, a gorilla permit costs $ 600!

Bwindi Forest National Park Uganda

-Famed for estimated 320 mountain gorillas, ( Gorilla Berengei, Berengei)
-120 mammals,
-Primate Species, baboons, chimpanzee,
-350 bird species, 23 belonging to Albertine Rift endemics.
-Discover the Batwa Pygmy cultures.

Murchison Falls National Park

-80 km stretch of rapids and falls. Nile squeezes through an 8m wide gorge.
– 76 mammals, Four of Uganda safaris “big five animals” found here. Lion, Buffalo, elephants and leopards.
Other animals include Uganda kob, waterbucks, warthogs, hippos, giraffe and Jackson’s hartebeest.
-Primates include Olive baboons, 800 chimpanze in Budongo and Kaniyo Pabidi forests.

Queen Elizabeth NP

-95 mammal species
-Best for game drives in Kasenyi tracks, North Kazinga and Ishasha ector.
-Lions, Buffalo, antelope, elephants, warthogs, baboons and more.
-600 bird species.

Kibale Forest Uganda

-Famous for chimpanzee trekking.
Covers 795sq kms, 1590m above sea level.
-70 mammal species., elephants, red and blue duikers, giant forest hogs, buffalo, sitatunga and bushbucks
-13 primate species; chimps, baboons, white and black colobus…
-325 species of birds., Green tinker bird, Africa and green breasted pitas, African grey parrot, Ground Thrush (Turdus Kibalensis) endemic to Kibale Forest National Park.
-Over 250 tree species.
-Areas of interest include Bigodi Wetlands, Kanyanchu and Sebitoli.

Mount Elgon Uganda

Mgahinga Gorilla

Kidepo Valley

Rwenzori Mountains Uganda

Lake Mburo Uganda

Uganda Chimpanzee Trekking

Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

Tree Climbing Lions Uganda

Safari Activities

Gorilla trekking/ Gorilla tracking; this is the main highlight of Uganda adventure safaris. It’s also the main reason why people travel from their home countries to Uganda. You engage in gorilla tracking for 60 minutes as you take pictures and observing their way of life within the forest, The gorilla silverback taking care of its family. These mountain gorillas share their 95% of their DNA with that of the humans, which makes them a must see attraction on any Uganda safari.You can see the gorillas of Africa,in Virunga National Park, Bwindi and Volcanoes National Park.

This safari tour activity not only involves nature walks within the rainforest wilderness but also sitting and observing these rare mountain gorillas as they carry out their day to day activities. This is somehow a tiring activity since it involves walking into steep moist and muddy rain forests of Bwindi impenetrable forest (thicker than the common bush), however, when you come eye to eye with these primates, it challenging experience becomes an adventure to remember.

This safari adventure activity also requires good behavior and respect for the environment since this helps with the forest conservation.

This is a thrilling experience to any guests who comes for Uganda safaris and Rwanda luxury safari. Tracking these primates in the Virunga gives them a chance to survive since they get to be conserved through the incomes collected from the gorilla permits sold. These are just 700 of these individuals remaining in the whole world and Bwindi impenetrable National parks harbors 340 individuals. Conservation of these primates was mainly done by Dian Fossey who was a great primatologist and gave in her time to care for the mountain gorillas in Rwanda. The Dian Fossey Foundation has also done great work of conserving these species and encouraging the participation of the local people in the conservation of wildlife in the game reserves.

Even though these mountain gorillas (gorilla berengei berengei) are related to human beings, these have remained the greatest threat to these primates, these have been hunted for valuable hands and heads and these are sold off as lamp shades and souvenirs. Large numbers of these habituated primates or gorillas in the mist have been killed in preventing poachers from stealing their young babies.
Safaris featuring gorilla trekking are so interesting and offer you the opportunity to come close with these tranquil gorillas within their natural habitat. Gorilla trekking is carried out in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, this depends on the area conditions and the ease to access the gorilla safari permits. The increasing numbers of wildlife tourists coming to see them also confirms to be an important issue towards their general survival. The gorilla permit cost is utilized in financing and establishing patrols, so important in the protection of mountain gorillas from the poachers.
Other Gorillas species and great apes suffering from the threatened habitat loss include the Eastern lowland gorilla,Western lowland gorilla and the cross river gorilla. You are encouraged to support the wildlife conservation programs such as the Dian Fossey Gorilla Find.

Wildlife safaris in Uganda
Uganda is a very attractive and exceptional safari destination filled with lots of wildlife species. The country is located on the equator along the shores of Lake Victoria’s Northern Shore. This country has prolific wildlife which attracts many tourists that come to experience this wonderful gift of nature of the country. You can watch many animals in their habitats, a rewarding experience that can be enjoyed throughout the year. Wildlife species can be seen in National parks and game reserves, and these are perfect places for adventure seekers, eco- tourists and holiday makers. The many Uganda safari wildlife species include; the elephants, kobs, zebras, hippos, buffalos, huge forest hogs, sitatungas and birds. These wildlife species have increased in the past 20 years which provides an opportunity to tourists to view almost all the animal species in Uganda.

Bird watching in Uganda
Uganda is famously known as a birding paradise since it has over half of bird species in Africa, this made it the best birdwatching safari destination in Africa and the world at large. With its unique vegetation of tropical rain forest and savannah in the east. Uganda is among the countries in the world with unique bird watching sites like Queen Elizabeth national Park which has over 600 species of birds, there are also over 100 African forest bird species and among these are the gem like green broadbill, Black and white casqued Hornbill, great blue turaco and the 23 endemic bird species to rift valley of East Africa. It’s only in Uganda where you can view the most adored African species like shoe bill stock,a large ancient looking bird which lives in the swamps and its prominent for its clog shaped Bill.
Below are the main birding spots in Uganda;

Bwindi impenetrable National Park which has the many albertine Rift endemics and has a total of 320 bird species

Queen Elizabeth National park with 600 bird species

Kibale National Park has 35 bird species and Bigodi wetland swamp has 138 species of birds

Mahamba swamp in Entebbe to view the shoebill

Semuliki National Park with 400 bird species for the common Congo Basin Endemics.

Murchison Falls national park is the most stunning savannah specialists like the Denham’s Bustard, Red throated bee eater, and Abyssinian and many more. This park has a total of 451 bird species.

Echuya Forest Reserve with 150 bird species

Mgahinga National park with 115 bird species

Nile River in Jinja with 60 bird species.

Lake Bisina also found in eastern part were birders can view Fox’s weaver, payrus dwellers for example the shoebill, and Papyrus Gonolex.

In order to enjoy an adventure tour, combine your birdwatching trip with gorilla trekking, especially on your visits to Bwindi.

Chimpanzee tracking tours in Uganda
Chimpanzee trekking is an exciting activity which provides a unique experience to guests. It’s also a very magical and exciting! See over 4950 chimpanzees remaining in the wild and some of these are being conserved in the zoo, others in the forests and others in the sanctuaries. It’s always an exceptional experience meeting these chimps eye to eye, you can spend time with them and observe them as they feed, care for their young ones and also climb from tree to tree. These can be trekked in Kibale National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park in Kyambura Gorge in Maramagambo Forest and in Budongo Forest inMurchison falls national Park. Chimpanzee habituation can also be done from Ngamba Island Sanctuary located on Lake Victoria.

Kibale forest national park harbors the most number of Chimpanzees and it has over 13 different primate species including; chimpanzees, monkeys including; La Hoest’s monkeys, vervet monkeys, and red tailed Colobus monkeys. Chimpanzee habituation can also be done and sets out every morning to specifically observe and study the general behavior of chimps with the main aim of making them used to human presence. Guests on Uganda tours can also opt to track these chimpanzees from Queen Elizabeth National Park within Kyambura Gorge and also in Budongo and Rwambongo Forest Reserve within Murchison Falls National Park.

Mountain Climbing safaris in Uganda
Mountain climbing in Uganda is one of the adventurous activities in Uganda, it’s mostly done on Rwenzori Mountains which is located in western Uganda on border of Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. This mountain extends an expanse of 988km and was named after Mountain Ruwenzori commonly referred to as mountains of the moon. This mountain also stands on 5109m high and is the highest mountain range within Africa second to Mountain Kilimanjaro and mountain Kenya. This mountain has also got 6 peaks including; Mt baker at 4,843m, Mt Stanley which is 5,109m, Mt Speke at 4,890m, Mt Emin at 4,715, Mt Savoia at 4,627m. However the highest peak is Margherita peak at 5109m and it also ranks the Rwenzori as 3rd highest mountain range in Africa.
Mountain Rwenzori is not a volcanic mountain though it’s an ancient quartzite and Gneiss. The mountain is located close to equator and it has got numerous icy peaks seen miles away in many parts of western Uganda. Its sloes are beyond 1600m and are favorite to adventure hikers and the mountain is ranked as most challenging in whole of has also got five different vegetation regions including; Bamboo or mimulopsis Zone at 2500-3500m, grassland at 1000-2000m, the afro-alpine moorland zone at 4000-4500m, Montane forest also at 2000-3000m and the Heather zone at 3000-4000m.

Lake Bunyonyi safari
Lake Bunyonyi lies in south western Uganda between Kisoro and Kibale next to Rwanda. It’s located 1,962m above the sea level. After your safari with gorillas, Lake Bunyonyi can offer a relaxing experience just before you head out of the country. The lake is close to towns of Kyevu and Muke town. The lake has many Islands including; punishment Island, Bushara Island, Kyahungwe Island, Bwana, Nyuyeera and Bucaranuka Island.
This lake is also referred to as Panorama which leads to the lord of the Rings. You can swim, have canoe ride, and do bird watching and exploring the batwa Villages. This lake is a place where many Ugandans gather to unwind. It’s also a wonderful place to view volcanic eruption. This lake is a live example of a lake that resulted from a volcanic eruption. Bunyonyi is a local word meaning the place of little birds and many tourists have visited this super natural wonder filled with beauty.