With the majority of travelers already thinking of taking a trip, one may wonder which ideal destination to visit. Compared to most safari destinations in Africa, Rwanda is of no doubt a magical destination of its own and for a memorable safari holiday, it is worth exploring. Rwanda is a landlocked country in East Africa and regardless of its small size, it holds a diversity of tourist attractions that make it a premier travel destination. It also ranked 4th as the best destination in the world for travelers to visit in 2020. A visits to this dubbed Land of a Thousand Hills lets you explore and experience its cultural mix and unusual natural wonders.


A Ugandan safari is never complete without a visit to the Source of the Nile-Jinja. Jinja is best described as an adrenaline capital of adventures in East Africa and a visit to this town lets you explore and experience the Source of the Nile in many ways. The River Nile features among the longest Rivers on planet earth and remarkably, Uganda’s iconic tourist site. Uganda safaris to Jinja allows you to take part in any of the thrilling adrenaline adventure experiences on the Source of the Nile including among others jet boating, Kayaking, boat cruising, white water rafting, bungee jumping, and horseback riding to the surrounding communities in the area.

Uganda safaris are mainly conducted in the national parks and reserves, each of which holds something exceptional and gets visitors out of the usual environment. For unusual experiences, a Uganda safari to anyone of the national parks or reserve never leaves you in regrets. Uganda is composed of 10 national parks and several game reserves, and they include among others Kidepo Valley National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Mount Rwenzori National Park, Kibale Forest National Park, Semuliki National Park, Mount Elgon National Park and the notable national reserves include Toro-Semliki Wildlife Reserve, Katonga Wildlife Reserve, Pian Upe wildlife reserve, Budongo Forest Reserve.

What makes Uganda safaris exceptional is its outstanding game viewing experience.

Uganda prides herself as a home to enormous wildlife species and on Uganda safari, visitors have a chance to explore and experience the big African game specifically the African lions plus the tree climbing lions, buffaloes, rhinos, African bush elephants, leopards; antelopes, hippos, Rothschild giraffes, warthogs, zebras, crocodiles. The iconic wilderness areas to embark on game viewing in Uganda include Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and many more.

Thinking of a primate tour? Uganda is of no doubt a magical primate paradise. It holds a huge concentration of primate species including half of all the 1004 of the endangered mountain gorillas which are confined within Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park. There are also over 5000 chimpanzees, several golden monkeys, L’Hoest monkeys, patas monkeys, vervet monkeys, red tailed monkeys, mangabeys, black and white colobus monkeys, olive baboons.

Uganda is endowed beyond wildlife. Dubbed the Pearl of Africa, Uganda prides herself as a home to numerous magical waterfalls. While on Uganda safari, don’t miss to explore the following waterfalls Murchison Falls in Murchison Falls National Park, Mpanga falls, Kisiizi waterfalls, Karuma falls, Aru falls, Ssezibwa falls, Sipi fall-ideal spot to visit visitors on wildlife safari in Mount Elgon National Park.

A safari in Uganda exposes you not only to its diverse wildlife species but also to its magical lakes like Lake Victoria a world’s fresh water lake which is shared Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. This scenic water body is a home to more than 350 bird species, Ssese Island that comprise of 84 magical islands. Lake Bunyonyi in Kisoro and Kabale, one of the scenic and deepest lakes in Africa with about 29 islands.