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Uganda safaris offered by Steady Safaris Limited in Uganda include gorilla trekking, wildlife game drive tours, and bird-watching. 

Officially known as the Republic of Uganda (Swahili: Jamhuri ya Uganda), Uganda (Yuganda in Ugandan languages) is a landlocked nation in East Africa. Kenya borders the nation on the east, South Sudan on the north, the Democratic Republic of the Congo on the west, Rwanda on the southwest, and Tanzania on the south. A sizable piece of Lake Victoria, which Tanzania, Kenya, and the rest of the country share, is located in the southern region of the nation.

The African Great Lakes region includes Uganda. The climate in Uganda, which is also part of the Nile basin, is varied but generally modified equatorial. There are roughly 46 million people living there, 8.5 million of whom reside in Kampala, the country's capital and largest city.

Although it is not a large country by African standards yet it offers Uganda safaris that match any safari destination.

Uganda is covered in a dense rainforest that supports the Uganda gorilla trekking. The main roads that lead to all Uganda safari parks are well maintained. For package tourism, Steady Safaris Limited offers the best Uganda safaris and tours. For instance, the safari packages we offer will take tourists to all ten national parks in Uganda. The cost of a safari varies from budget, midrange and luxury with many variables.

National parks are among the easiest to visit during your Uganda safari trip.

Murchison Falls national park is one of the most exciting wildlife experiences anywhere in Africa. Uganda is also the best country in Africa to see mountain gorillas, while habituated chimpanzees can be visited in several forest reserves. Above all, hikers will enjoy the Ruwenzori Mountains and Mount Elgon. That is to say, the best Uganda tours that involve hiking these two mountains offer the opportunity to explore montane vegetation.

To clarify, nowhere else in Africa can you see such a wide variety of primates with so little effort, from mountain gorilla trekking and chimpanzee tracking. Likewise, for the best Uganda bird-watching tours, birders will enjoy the best bird-watching with over 1020 bird species.

Book our 13 nights 14 days UGANDA SAFARI package to embark on an unforgettable journey to one of the most sought-after destinations in the Africa.

Your UGANDA 11 nights, 12 days holiday package further takes you to Murchison Falls and from there, you will visit Bwindi Forest, together with Kibale forest.

Book 8 nights 9 days UGANDA tour package with Steady Safaris to enjoy an exquisite tour to one of the most popular holiday destinations in the East Africa.

This Uganda trip features chimpanzees of Kibale forest, Kyambura gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park and the mountain gorillas of Bwindi forest national park.

Book all-inclusive, this 18 Days Uganda and Rwanda Safari features gorilla trekking, wildlife viewing and nature tours to the leading safari destination.

17 Days UGANDA, KENYA to Kigali adventure tour takes you through Uganda's national parks after you have visited the Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru.

The 12 Days Luxury Safari in Uganda is amazing for fine dinning, luxury lodging and atmosphere of the lodges used bring comfort.

11 Days Uganda Safari Trip to create wildlife moments and encounter the mountain gorillas of Bwindi, see tree climbing lions.

Visit and explore Uganda see all the parks of Uganda and the wildlife safari, gorilla trekking, and birds.


Uganda is a country in East Africa. About the size of Great Britain, Uganda is populated by many ethnic gatherings. The English language and Christianity assist with joining these different people groups, who meet up in the cosmopolitan capital of Kampala, a verdant city whose plan incorporates many little stops and public nurseries and a grand promenade along the shore of Lake Victoria, Africa's biggest freshwater lake. The Swahili language joins the country with its East African neighbours, Kenya and Tanzania.

Natural History

To anybody who has an interest in natural history, Uganda’s most alluring feature is its forest, which forms the most easterly extension of the rainforest which blankets much of West Africa. The forests of western Uganda in particular support a wide variety of mammal and bird species which are not present elsewhere in eastern and southern Africa.

The accessibility of Uganda’s forests when compared with those in West Africa means that practically speaking, Uganda is almost certainly the best place to see a wide variety of African forest animals in their natural habitat.

When it comes to more conventional game-viewing, Uganda is not a destination to bear comparison with Tanzania or Kenya, or for that matter the majority of countries in southern Africa. It is too small to have any reserves on the grand scale of the Selous and Serengeti in Tanzania, or the Luangwe, Chobe, Hwange and Kruger National Parks further south, while the heavy poaching which took place during years of civil war and political unrest has greatly reduced the population of most of the larger animals associated with savannah environments.

Nevertheless, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, and Kidepo National Parks support a good range of plains animals; and, if you are on a tight budget, the first two reserves are among the easiest and cheapest to visit independently anywhere in Africa.

Uganda’s list of gazette conservation areas contains ten national parks and several other wildlife reserves and forest reserves. National parks are accorded a higher status and conservation priority than other reserves, and from the visitor's point of view, they are generally better developed for tourism.

Although several other wildlife reserves are gazette in Uganda, most are merely adjuncts to one of the savannah national parks. The only one that has any tourist facilities at present is the Semuliki Valley Wildlife Reserve (a discrete entity from the synonymous national park), though there are tentative plans to develop something low-key in the Kigezi Wildlife Reserve, which borders the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, as well as Bugungu Wildlife Reserve on the border of Murchison Falls and Katonga Wildlife Reserve north of Mbarara.