10 Activities That Invite Tourists to Uganda

Wildlife in Uganda
Do you need to explore something unique on your next travel? Uganda is for you. Renowned as the pearl of Africa, this country is a hub of natural wonders. It is situated in the eastern part of the African continent. It shares borders with Kenya in the East, the Democratic Republic of Congo in the west, and South Sudan in...

Suitable Luxury Safari In Rwanda

Rwanda is best and famously known for gorilla trekking safaris, the Republic of Rwanda is known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, and for good reason, the breathtaking scenery in this tiny Eastern-Central African country is mind blowing. And no wonder, its mountainous topography includes the Rift Valley escarpment and incorporates five of the eight volcanoes in the Virunga...

Why You Should See Africa’s Mountain Gorillas In Uganda

Gorilla tours in Uganda
Visit  Africa’s Mountain Gorillas In Uganda If you are searching for that unique activity that can leave you with never-ending memories after your wildlife safari in Africa, Gorilla trekking is the best answer. The pursuit grants tourists a great chance to meet the Gorillas in their natural homes. These animals are rarely seen and named amongst the most loved tourist attractions around...

Premier Gorilla Trekking Tours In Uganda, Rwanda & DR Congo

Gorilla Tours in Uganda
Gorilla Trekking Tours in Uganda, Rwanda & DR Congo When you try to ask thousands of travelers about their main reasons for a safari to East Africa, Gorilla trekking can’t miss among the answers. This activity is one of the world’s most appealing adventures. It grants tourists any opportunity to meet the rarely seen species of Gorillas in their natural homes. If you...

Karamoja Trail – The IK, The Lost Tribe

The IK, The Lost Tripe! Around the end of the 18th century, an acute drought struck highlands prompting many of her communities to migrate to other parts of Africa. One such group is the IK, a fraternity of herders that moved into present day Kidepo Valley National Park. There, they met a land that had it all from myriads of wildlife...

Where To Go Gorilla Safari In Uganda

Gorilla Trek in Rwanda
Enjoy the mountain gorilla trekking tours in Uganda that are habituated in Bwindi and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks in western Uganda. Uganda commonly known as “The Pearl of Africa” is among the major gorilla hosting destinations in Africa listed with Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. Uganda surprisingly is rated to be with the highest population of the world’s gorillas...

Rwanda Gorilla and Cultural Experience

Gorilla Tours in Africa
Enjoy the Rwanda cultural and gorilla safari experience. The authentic Rwandan culture and heritage coupled with the amazing gorilla trekking safari experience is so amazing to all travelers visiting Rwanda 2021 and beyond. The drive to the countryside of Rwanda will grant you beautiful views of the Rwandan scenic and undulating landscapes in which the land of a thousand hills was...

Luxury Tanzania Rwanda Safari 2021

Visit the sprawling plains of the Serengeti and come face to face with a curious mountain gorilla in Rwanda, all the while enjoying the full Singita Experience. Singita is never your average safari camp. Well known for impeccable service, exquisite detail and stunning furnishings, this combination is the perfect option for those looking to travel in ultimate luxury. Visit the Singita...

Gorilla Trekking Across Rwanda Uganda

Gorilla trekking can be conducted all year around in Uganda and Rwanda. The best time to go gorilla trekking is during the months of June, July, August, September and December, January, February and March. This is because there are less rains and the parks are drier, making it simple to hike and see the gorillas. Gorilla permits within Rwanda are $1500...

Best Way To Visit Uganda On Self Drive

Uganda Self Drive
Uganda is one of the exciting destinations in Africa you can best explore on Self drive and don’t even mind of traveling with a tour operator due to exposure and permission guaranteed on your own. Uganda was declared as “The Pearl of Africa” by the first explorer Winston Churchill in 1908 after his great Uganda Safari vacation in 1907. This exciting...