Uganda wildlife holiday

“An eight-day, tri-centred journey around Uganda’s wildlife wonders, guided by a company founded by a Ugandan local and primate expert.”


Kibale National Park | Queen Elizabeth National Park | Bwindi Impenetrable National Park | Gorilla trekking | Chimpanzee trekking | Visit to tea plantation

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2016: 30 Sep, 7 Oct, 14 Oct, 21 Oct, 28 Oct, 4 Nov, 11 Nov, 18 Nov, 25 Nov, 2 Dec, 9 Dec, 16 Dec, 23 Dec, 30 Dec
2017: 6 Jan, 13 Jan, 20 Jan, 27 Jan, 3 Feb, 10 Feb, 17 Feb, 24 Feb, 3 Mar, 10 Mar, 17 Mar, 24 Mar, 31 Mar, 7 Apr, 14 Apr, 21 Apr, 28 Apr, 5 May, 12 May, 19 May, 26 May, 2 Jun, 9 Jun, 16 Jun, 23 Jun, 30 Jun
Our top tip:
Bring a cushion for comfort value – there are some long road journeys on this trip.
Trip type:
Small group, max. 10 people.
Activity level:
Moderate, with hefty hike on gorilla safari.
Mountain and forest lodges.
Solo travellers welcome with no surcharge for single room.
Full board accommodation, gorilla and chimpanzee watching permits, airport transfers, 4x4 transport, boat trips, cultural visits, full time guide.

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Uganda wildlife holiday


This is a wildlife adventure that takes you to the top 3 destinations in Uganda and during this safari we ensure that you participate in the conservation efforts geared to saving the endangered species of the wild in Uganda. In particular we plan to visit the Rhino sanctuary en-route to Murchison falls park where by you presence contribute financially through entrance fees and donations to the welfare of the new Rhinos looked after at this place. Previously the Rhinos in Uganda where extinct and its through this effort that we now have 10 Rhinos as of January 2012.

In addition you visit the chimp conservation project by the local community en-route to Bwindi from Queen Elizabeth N.P. you support the local community directly through entrance fees and guide fees which they use to look after a variety of chimp species in this region.

This safari involves driving long distances both to the destinations and during game drive therefore we always find ourselves moving with packed food and drinks. This we do using plastics recyclable bottles especially for water and other beverages and paper packs for food that are also biodegradable. This is good for our environment and keeping our surrounding clean.

In “Bwindi” which means a muddy swampy place full of darkness by the local community is a home of over 10 species of primate of which we find the endangered Mountain Gorillas which have since attracted conservation efforts driven by the tourism activities in the region. Whenever one visits the forest they contribute 60%of there park fees to the community projects, 20% to improve park management and 20% to ecological monitoring and research aimed at conserving the remaining wildlife in this forest. Therefore you directly contribute to the conservation of the primate species during this adventure.


This safari enables you to meet the local people in many areas like the in the chimp conservation area en-route from Queen Elizabeth park to Bwindi. There all activities are conducted by the locals and also give you a chance to know there tradition and culture and visit their crafts market to support them. In addition the Bwindi region where we do track Gorillas is surrounded by the local people. Here you get to take village walks guided by the local guides, visit there local libraries and craft shops and also have some local entertainment by the local or traditional dancers especially the children.

Economically you end up directly supporting the local people through the use of the local transport like small motor bike locally called the “bodaboda.” Also during the Gorilla tracking activity you are encouraged to use the services of a local porter or helper to carry your luggage for you since in many instances the tracking can go for long distances and involves climbing very steep landscape. Other areas where you can support the local people is in Mbarara at the Igongo cultural site where they exhibit there cultural and traditional items for sale. Then the local drums manufacturers in Mpigi district en-route To Kampala.

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