Uganda the Pearl of Africa welcomes you to Africa’s most beautiful landscapes. The country is rich in rain forests, rivers, volcanoes, lakes and idyllic Savannah countryside.
In Uganda, you can also meet an amazing wildlife, for example, approximately half of the world’s free-living mountain gorillas live here.
If you have any questions about travel to Uganda, please contact our travel consultants.
Uganda is located in eastern part of Africa and is known as the “pearl of Africa”. Although the country is often an overlooked destination, Uganda is one of Africa’s most beautiful countries.
You can visit Uganda all year round, despite its location at the equator and its two rainy periods.
In addition, Uganda is one of the few places in the world where you can experience the endangered mountain gorillas in the open.
Choose to be a part of the story by making Uganda a priority as your final destination.
Below you can read more about what you can experience on our trips to Uganda.
Safari at Queen Elizabeth National Park
Our trips to Uganda take you on safari to the Queen Elisabeth National Park.
The National Park is one of Uganda’s most visited parks. In the park, there are more than 95 different mammals and 500 birds live. On this safari, which starts early in the morning, you meet a variety of animals.
These animals include leopards, lions, hyenas, elephants, antelopes and many others.
Gorilla Trekking Safari in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
When in Uganda, do not miss the chance to go on a gorilla safari in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Almost half of the world’s free-living mountain gorillas live in the park, which is also featured on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In Bwindi you will go hiking with experienced Rangers who will take you out to look for mountain gorillas.
These rangers, or guides, are routine and competent and there are really good chances to experience this amazing animal in their natural environment.
Other highlights in Uganda
In addition to safaris in the Queen Elizabeth National Park and gorilla safari in Bwindi, Uganda also offers many other experiences. Our guests also highlight the following experiences as highlights:
- Tree Climbing Lions at Ishasha
- Night safari in Uganda’s second smallest national park, Lake Mburo National Park
- Overnight at Lake Victoria, the world’s second largest freshwater lake
- Chimpanzee safari at Kyambura Gorge
- Boat tour on the famous Kazinga channel where you look out for crocodiles and hippos
- Bungee jumping at the longest river in Africa( the Nile)
- Bird watching
- Visits to many historical sites
- Delicious food
- Amazing people etc.
Do you have questions about our trips to Uganda?
You can also get more information about weather, vaccinations and visa by visiting our practical information section.
Our travel consultants also have many years of experience in our destinations. We test all trips to answer the questions that arise when preparing to travel to one of Africa’s most exciting safari targets.
If you have questions about traveling to Uganda, asking for an offer or something else, our travel consultants are ready to help you Monday to Friday, except for public holidays, by phone or by email.
Remember with High Town Safaris, we let you be a part of the story and the story teller.(Uganda, The Pearl of Africa)