Tour Destinations

Queen Elizabeth National Park
Situated astride the equator in southwest Uganda, the 1978 Sq.Km park boasts of the highest biodiversity ratings in the world...More

The Virunga Mountain Ranges
Its a chain of eight volcanoes and the earth's most active volcanic region...More

Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary
Ngamba Island is part of the Koome group of islands located on Lake Victoria, 23km southwest of Entebbe, Uganda...More

Rwenzori Mountains National Park
Climbing the Rwenzoris can best be understood from the words of Park Beryl- a 78yr old and the oldest to climb the the Rwenzori on 13th-November-2010 she said "Climbing Mt Rwenzori turned out to be the hardest of all...More

Murchison Falls

The earth literally trembles at Murchison falls.One of the world's most powerful flows of natural water where a 50 Meter wide River Nile is suddenly channeled through a 6 meter gorge and cascades 43 meters below...More

Jinja - The Adrenaline Capital of East Africa
Jinja town stands beside the sole outflow from Lake Victoria, a location that John Speke proclaimed in 1862 to be the source of the Nile thus settling the mystery of this iconic river that dated back to the time of the ancient Egyptians...More

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
The 386 Sq.Km Park protects two world endangered animals-Gorillas and Golden Monkeys...More

Mt Elgon National Park
Is located in Mbale, Kapchorwa and Sironko districts on the eastern border of Kenya...More

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
Size:331 Sq.Km jungle containg both montane and low land forest.
This Park is a UNESCO designated World Heritage site that protects many endemic and endangered species including Mountain Gorillas...More

Lake Mburo National Park
This Park 371 Sq.Km located in Mbarara western Uganda. This Park is the second smallest in Uganda after Mgahinga...More

Semuliki National Park
The 221 Sq.Km Park is gifted with unique geographical barriers that have formed a natural haven for wildlife which no doubt makes Semuliki a perfect tourist destination...More

Kibale National Park
The park is a remarkable park with 13 primate species including the much localised Red Colobus and L'Hoest's Monkey...More

Kidepo Valley National Park
It was declared a National Park in 1960 and encompasses 1,442 Sq.Km of magnificent rolling Savannah plains nestled within Nyangea Napore and Morungole Mountains and the Kidepo and Narus rivers...More

Lake Bunyonyi

The word Bunyonyi means a place of little birds. Indeed at Lake Bunyonyi you can enjoy at least 200 bird species...More

Ssese Islands
Before it was announced as Number One, the Ssese Islands were voted as among the top ten best secret islands in the world(April 2010)...More

Batwa trail
The Batwa Trail of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in southwest Uganda has been a long time coming and has had a lot of partners contribute to its development...More

Birding in Uganda
Uganda is an equatorial country with astonishing contrasts. No other area in Africa can match its amazing diversity of habitats and this richness is reflected in its bird list of over 1000 species...More

Exploring the Crater Lakes Region
Another rising attraction is the cluster of 200 crater lakes that extends northward from Queen Elizabeth National Park to Fort Portal, reaching its scenic peak in the vicinity of Kibale forest where several forest-fringed lakes have been developed as community-based ecotourism projects...More

Must See Places

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park Size:331 Sq.Km jungle containg both montane and low land forest.
This Park is a UNESCO designated World Heritage site that protects many endemic and endangered species including Mountain Gorillas...

Birding in Uganda Uganda is an equatorial country with astonishing contrasts. No other area in Africa can match its amazing diversity of habitats and this richness is reflected in its bird list of over 1000 species...