Welcome to Prime Uganda Safaris & Tours Ltd, the best Uganda safari company and Destination Management Company (DMC) for Uganda, Rwanda & Congo.
We offer you remarkable tailor-made, eco-friendly safaris in Uganda and Africa, for solo travelers, couples, small groups, and families based on their special safari needs, budget, and preferences.
We have over 12 years of experience in organizing wonderful custom-made gorilla trekking, wildlife tours, community African cultural tours, birdwatching, and spectacular scenery viewing safaris in Uganda and Africa at large.
Why You Should Undertake Uganda Safaris in Popular Uganda Safari Places
Uganda, a remarkable beautiful land with untamed wilderness, situated in the heart of the African continent, awaits adventurous travelers and those enthusiastic about breathtaking nature. Uganda safaris take you to a country dubbed as the "Pearl of Africa" is a Hidden Gem, offering captivating wildlife encounters, an amazing blend of diverse ecosystems, plus unique cultural tours & experiences. Let us have a comprehensive discovery of Uganda safaris, where you will explore the enchanting landscapes, encounter majestic primates (Gorillas and Chimpanzees), and embrace the vibrant local communities and their culture.
Uganda Safaris & Tours Take You to the Land of a Thousand Experiences
Visit Uganda a country that defies everyone’s expectations. Within its borders, you will discover landscapes starting from the Rwenzori Mountains towering at 5109M above sea level in Rwenzori Mountains National Park to the pristine waters of Lake Victoria. Her rich diversity sets Uganda apart from other safari destinations, making it a prime location for various types of safaris in Africa. Below are some of the top Uganda safari attractions & activities that one must experience.
1. Gorillas in Uganda - Mountain Gorilla Trekking
Uganda is known for gorilla trekking to see Mountain Gorillas and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is the most prominent Park for this extraordinary adventure, coupled with gorilla habituation experience followed by Mgahinga Gorilla National Park known for Golden Monkey tracking as well. Bwindi Park is 331 sq km and is home to 459 Gorillas -more than half of the remaining mountain gorilla population in the world. A Uganda safari tour would be incomplete without undertaking a gorilla trek through the dense jungle forests to witness the gentle giants play, feed, groom each other and their babies, and nest in their natural habitat.
2. Chimpanzees in Uganda - Chimpanzee Tracking
On top of Gorillas, Uganda is blessed with the highest concentration of Common Chimpanzees in Africa and the world at large. about 5,000 individuals. Chimpanzee tracking in Uganda in Kibale National Park – the primate capital of the world, offers Uganda safari undertakers over 1500 members in one Park with over 13 other primate species.
Guided Chimp treks through the lush Kibale Forest will take you face to face with these intelligent and endearing Apes – Man’s closest cousin in the animal kingdom offer a breathtaking glimpse into their behaviors and daily lives in their natural habitat.
Primate trekking experiences/safaris in Uganda are awe-inspiring, breathtaking, humbling, and unforgettable allowing you to get a deep insight into these magnificent Apes.
3. The African Big5 - Wildlife/Game Viewing Uganda Safaris on Game Drives, Boat Trips and Game Walks
Queen Elizabeth National Park Classic Wildlife Safaris
For those seeking a quintessential African wildlife safari experience, Queen Elizabeth National Park is your best safari destination. Queen Elizabeth Park is home to the popular Big Five animals such as– lions including the tree-climbing lions, African elephants, buffalos, rhinos, and leopards that you will see during game drives, boat cruises, and game walks. On a safari in Uganda's Queen’s Park, you will observe these majestic animals against the backdrop of the beautiful Lake Edward, creating photo moments for perfect safari memories.
Game Viewing in Murchison Falls National Park & The Top of The Falls
A visit to Murchison Falls National Park is evidence of the perfect power of nature. It is here that the famous Nile River squeezes through a narrow 3-meter gorge, forming a thunderous roaring Falls from which the park was named. The sight of the bottom & top of Murchison Falls is breathtaking, and it is yet one of the many attractions this park has to offer. While on a Uganda safari in Murchison Falls National Park, you also have the opportunity to witness diverse wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, buffalos, rhinos, leopards, hippos, crocodiles, and many bird species.
4. Uganda Communities & Cultures – Unique Authentic Uganda Cultural Experiences
Despite the fact that Uganda safaris usually anchor around wildlife viewing, remarkable Uganda has much more to offer, including community tours. Its diverse 60 ethnic tribes groups each with a unique language, their rich cultures such as dances, foods, traditional economic activities like crop growing, and livestock farming, unique history, warm hospitality, and welcoming nature make Uganda an ideal destination for cultural encounters.
You can plan to visit Uganda beyond her national parks to the most remote villages, where you can personally be involved in the unique traditions such as traditional dances e.g. Baganda & Banyankore dances, actual farming experiences like milking and crop farming, tasting local cuisines like Matooke – steamed bananas, Kalo – millet stew, Baganda’s Luwombo – banana leaf steamed food, and way of life of indigenous communities.
This authentic traditional experience makes more meaning to your safari to Uganda, allowing you to visit the people in traditional local markets – fresh fruits and craft centers, traditional blacksmiths, traditional healers and doctors, local women weaving unique clothes, home equipment, and wonderful artifacts, native to Uganda.
5. Sightseeing Lakes, Rivers, and Mountains- Uganda Safari Tours
Uganda is known for its unique breathtaking beauty boosted by its amazing landscapes that include mountains like snow caped Rwenzori Mountains – 5109m above sea level, and the green-covered Mountain Elgon - 4,321. This country has ever-flowing freshwater lakes such as Lake Victoria – the biggest freshwater body in the world located in Entebbe district, Lake Bunyonyi, - the 2nd deepest lake in Africa is located in south-western Uganda in Kisoro and Kabale a place of the beautiful gently rolling hills.
The popular River Nile – the world’s longest river, is one of the major attractions that attracts many travelers to Uganda couples with unique land formations like plateaus, rift valley bases with many crater lakes, ever gree forests like Bwindi, Maramagambo, Ichuya Lake all add to the tapestry of what to see on a safari in Uganda.
6. Uganda Offers Responsible Tourism Safaris & Tours
For those planning to journey on a Uganda safari, it is paramount to focus on taking responsible tourism/eco-friendly trips. It is important that you support eco-friendly lodges where they exist, promote to reuse of plastics or even avoid their usage, involved in ethical wildlife tours, with a low impact on your visit to nature. This way you will enable Uganda to achieve all essential goals towards preserving her natural attractions for future generations.
By carrying your safaris lightly and with respect to nature, you will join the determined eco-friendly travelers to conserve Uganda's incredible natural biodiversity.
7. Uganda Safaris Offer The Ultimate Africa Safari Memories of A Lifetime!
Uganda safaris are an unforgettable African journey. Whether your interest is trekking mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, seeing the African Big5 in their natural habitat, or visiting and interacting with vibrant local cultures, Uganda has it all. It is a land of immeasurable safari experiences, awaiting your adventure. Let us plan your safari to Uganda with you today to start on a journey that will reward you with amazing lifetime memories of remarkable nature, and a deeper understanding of wonderful Uganda – the "Pearl of Africa."