Uganda is an ultimate destination for Uganda safari, our safari packages will include visiting national parks for activities such as gorilla tracking, wildlife game drives, boat ride, nature walks and bird watching. Not only do we focus our Uganda safari to wildife and ape tracking but also combine cultural experience, bird watching, adventure activities such white water rafting on the river Nile and mountain climbing. We also offer other services to travelers such handling mission teams, visiting babies homes, working with disadvantages kids, sports outreaches among others. The typical Uganda safari packages on this website are from 1 day tour to multi-day tours. The most common Uganda safari tour will run from one national park to another from 5 day, 8 day, 10 day, 12 day, 14 day and 16 day. In most cases as long as 18 days or 22 days covering the entire Uganda. As you browse around for a possible Uganda safari package we hope you will find a safari package that suits your travel plans. Please contact us for a tailor-made Uganda safari itinerary should nothing appeal to you on this website.
Uganda gorilla tracking safari to the Bwindi forest which was once impenetrable, a world heritage site, home to over 600 mountain gorillas living in their natural habitat. Further south is another small national park Mgahinga gorilla national park with a family of gorillas. Within 3 days one should be able to visit either of these national parks to complete a gorilla tracking safari. Apart from Steady Safaris Limited, there are several other tour operators that organize Uganda gorilla tracking safari excursion. There is also an option of arranging a self drive gorilla tracking safari expedition if one is adventerous. We also usually combine Uganda gorilla tracking with a wildlife life photographing safari of wild animals such as lions, leopards, elephants and African buffalo on the great african plains. Book with us your Uganda gorilla tracking safari before you visit Uganda.
East Africa is a safari destination with Kenya and Tanzania being at the forefront, however a safari in Uganda is unique in away that is unequal to the other countries. For instance, Uganda is the only country in the world where you can take a traditional big five African safari and track the nearly extinct mountain gorillas in the wild, track chimpanzees on a forest walk and see several birds in a single safari.
The safari in Uganda will take you north-west to the largest national park in Uganda, Murchison falls national park, bring you south to Kibale forest known for having the largest number of primates in Africa, take you further south to Queen Elizabeth national park best known for having the largest number of hippopotamus in Africa, before completing your safari in Uganda with Bwindi forest national park containing half the population of the world’s living mountain gorillas. A safari in Uganda combines several factors that inspire second returns for visitors to take safaris in Uganda. Not all, but most of our safari in Uganda packages start in Kampala with visits to the craft market and end at the international airport in Entebbe.
In addition to Uganda gorilla tracking, Steady Safaris offers additional tours to visitors including birding watching, sport fishing trips, photography safaris, big game safari trips, white water rafting in Jinja. Each safari trip offers a unique, up-close-and-personal view of this beautiful country. Every safari in Uganda can be customized for budget travellers, midrange tourists and those that like it luxurious.
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Uganda safaris, Uganda gorilla tracking, Kampala safari Although Uganda is not a large country by African standards and, in direct contrast to the vast, open plains which characterize somewhere like Tanzania, Uganda is covered in dense rainforest and lush cultivation. Main roads are well maintained, public transport is nippy and exploration whether on or off the beaten track, is remarkably easy. Uganda is a great country for the natural history specialist. Nowhere else in Africa can you see such a wide variety of primates with so little effort, from mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, through over ten types of monkey, down to the tiny wide-eyed bush baby.
At Steady Safaris Ltd, we like to specialize in Uganda safaris: gorilla tracking, wildlife trips to Bwindi forest national park which is located in the south-western part on the border with the democratic republic of Congo and Parc des Volcans in Rwanda. For the tourists visiting, our packages are based on luxury lodges, mid-range lodges and budget lodges. We also organize wildlife tours to various sanctuaries and game reserves specific to Uganda and Rwanda, showcasing real experiences in the wilderness of these lovely countries. Please take some time and consider visiting Rwanda and a country which was once called the "pearl of Africa" by world war British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
For Uganda Safari trips, Uganda gorilla tours, traditional wildlife where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. Where else but in this lush country can one observe lions prowling the open plains in the morning and track chimpanzees through rainforest undergrowth the same afternoon, navigate tropical channels teeming hippos and crocodiles before setting off into the misty mountains to visit the mountain gorillas? Uganda is the answer to your quest, the only safari country in the world whose range of forest primates is as impressive as plains antelope.
Uganda takes its name from the Buganda kingdom, which encompasses a large portion of the south of the country, including the capital Kampala. The people of Uganda were hunter-gatherers until 1,700 to 2,300 years ago, when Bantu-speaking populations migrated to the southern parts of the country.