What To Expect On A Safari In Uganda: Uganda is gifted with mesmerizing beauty, fertile soils, green vegetation, fresh water, mountains,  wildlife and primates (gorillas and chimpanzees) in Kibale Forest National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, beautiful bird species and butterflies. The safari in Uganda is humbling and one that you will remember for the rest of your life.

How Long To Stay On A Safari In Uganda?

The period of a Ugandan safari depends on your budget but for one to have a good and an interesting safari, they should spend 7-21 days and this helps visitors enjoy all the big five animals in Murchison falls National Park, see Rhinos in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary the only place where rhinos are found in Uganda, encounter with the rare mountain gorillas in the famous Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Chimpanzees in Kibale forest National Park, where visitors witness these massive apes communicating, feeding, playing, and bonding with their young ones, pass through the green vegetation and experience the serenity of Uganda while watching beautiful birds and enjoying their sound. See Mountains like Rwenzori and Elgon.

What To Expect On A Safari In Uganda?

When To Go On A Safari In Uganda?

Uganda having two dry seasons and two wet seasons, visitors are offered unique aspects of natural beauty therefor in all seasons there is something adventurous to experience so Uganda is fun throughout the year. But it is better to settle down and plan for a Ugandan safari to choose the best activities and best season to do those activities. Funride adventures advises tourists to visit Uganda is in the dry season of December to March then June to August since a large amount of wildlife is concentrated on drinking water and the roads are not very slippery.

Where To Go On A Ugandan Safari?

Uganda is full of adventure and every corner of the country is fun for safari, there are many places in different parts of Uganda where one can visit and enjoy his/her safari and these include; Bwindi Impenetrable National park and Mgahinga National Park, these two parks shelter mountain gorillas, Kibale forest National Park a home of Chimpanzees, the mighty Murchison Falls National Park and queen Elizabeth National Park where you find all sorts of wildlife including the big five, flora and fauna. Lake Bunyonyi a home of over 50 bird species and 29 islands in the south western part of Uganda. Jinja a home of the source of the Nile. Ssese Islands to mention but a few.

What To Expect On A Safari In Uganda?

Who Is Eligible for A Ugandan Safari?

All catalogues of visitors outside Uganda with requirements of a Ugandan visa are eligible for a Ugandan safari, those in Uganda are all free to travel anywhere in all parts of Uganda.

Cost Of Ugandan Safari

A Ugandan safari cost depends on your travel plan, what you want to see, where you want to go, how many days you what to travel, the type of accommodation and many others. But a gorilla tracking permit is $700 per person.