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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Many people travel to Uganda to see the Mountain Gorillas that Uganda is famed for. Uganda is the home to half of world’s remaining population of mountain gorillas. Uganda’s most famous attraction is the Bwindi ‘Impenetrable’ Forest home to the elusive and treasured mountain Gorilla. Bwindi Forest National Park Safari is a Gorilla trekking holiday. This is the main activity in Bwindi to the 4 Gorilla families of Gorilla Beringei. Bwindi National Park gorillas are organized now in four groups that can be visited by guests.


Queen Elizabeth National Park

Uganda’s most-visited and most popular National Park called Queen Elizabeth National Park. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds.


Murchison Falls National park is the largest park in the country and it is traversed by the great Nile River which provides with unique falls (by which the park derives its name). A visit to the top of the falls offers a spectacular experience where several million gallons of water squeeze in a hardly 7 meter gap before it plunges into thunderous echo falling down 40 meters.


Amazing Birdlife | Great weather (we are on the Equator) | Lake Victoria | Deserts of the North | Mount Kenya


With an early start visit Rubaga, Lubiri, Namirembe and Old Kampala Mosque. Kampala is Uganda’s Capital City seated on seven hills of Kibuli, Rubaga, Makerere, Kololo, Namirembe, Mengo, and Nakasero. These hills are shared among educational, administrative and religious institutions. You will then proceed to Kasubi tombs where 4 of the Buganda kabakas (Kings) were buried. You will leave Kasubi tombs for Makerere University which was founded as Makerere College and the 1st/ oldest University in Uganda. You will drive to Kamwokya for a visit to the Uganda National Museum where you can catch a summarized collection of Uganda’s Culture and History