1. Large flight offer for Entebbe Airport
Uganda is quick and easy to get to, often with just one stopover. Good flights to Uganda can be booked from as little as 500 euros!
2. BIG SEVEN instead of “just” BIG FIVE
While in other countries you speak of the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, rhino), in Uganda you can add two more: the mountain gorillas and the chimpanzees.
3. Murchison Falls National Park
This beautiful national park is located in north-western Uganda on Lake Albert. Incidentally, the largest and oldest in the country. The eponymous Murchison Falls are located in the western part of the park and at this point they fall more than 40 m through a 7 m wide gorge. Tip: On a boat trip on the Victoria Nile, the animals can also be observed from the water.
4. Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi National Park
The journey to Uganda’s most coveted national park starts very early in the morning. Through the fog, past volcanoes in the light of the rising sun. That alone is a feeling that is difficult to describe. The encounter with the gorillas is even less so. Unforgettable and breathtaking!
5. Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale Forest National Park
Always looking up into the trees, you hike through the Kibale Forest. The chimpanzees usually sit high up in the treetops and one wonders who is watching whom. Tracking is also possible in the Kyambura Gorge. We plan it according to your itinerary.
6. The Golden Monkeys in the Shadow of the Virunga Volcanoes
The cute golden monkeys are considered a critically endangered species and live exclusively in the bamboo forests around the Virunga volcanoes. They are very playful and extremely fast. Should you decide to track this cute species, this will take place in the Mgahinga Gorilla Park in south-western Uganda.