dventurer Explore Africa
Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa its diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. It has abundant wildlife includes chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall mountain ranges, lakes rivers and wildlife such as hippos and a rich cultural background among the people.
Early morning after breakfast you shall be driven from your Kampala hotel traverse to Jinja a destination through Lugazi a favorite place of rest and healing for the Kabakas of the Buganda Kingdom. The people who believe in kiganda traditions still come to seek the old ways at this place, for any visitor, these falls will leave a memorable adventure on your heart.
The Entebbe Tour exposes you to once the colonial capital of Uganda, is the first town that welcomes any visitor to Uganda from the Airport. Being a quiet town Cooled by breezes from Lake Victoria, beach palm trees, a beautiful botanical garden,
Adventurer Explore Africa Safari to Ssese Islands consist of a lot of fun on the boat which includes roasting of the fish along this can be a day trip. Ssese Island consist of 84 Islands in the northwestern part of Lake Victoria in Uganda.
Our safari guide will meet you and get you briefed about the safari. Drive to Fort Portal passing via Mityana-Mubende road. Have a stop over in Mubende to visit the Nakayima tree. Have picnic lunch en route and continue to Kibale forest national park.
Pick up by adventurer explore africa safari guide from your hotel and then drive for to Bwindi located in the south western part of the country. Have a stop over at the Royal drum makers and at the Equator.
Our gorilla safari guide picks you from your hotel and gets you briefed about the safari. Drive for Lake Mburo, arriving at the park during lunch time. Take on a canoe trip on Lake Mburo where you will see different animals at the lake shores as well as waterbirds.