Touch down at Entebbe Airport and breath in the fresh African breeze that washes your face of the long flight tiredness. The "Pearl of Africa" as named by Winston Churchill does not fall short of activities to engage your holiday spirit. The African jungle styled lodges you'll stay in have been designed to keep you in sync with the nature's own amenities. From trekking the habituated gentle giants in jungle forest 2000 feet above sea level, to movie set savannah game drives, to keeping up with the playful chimps to watching the African sunset to dancing with the villagers, you will not fall short of activities to do while in Uganda.

Let's take a look at some of the activities we arrange for our travellers:

Gorilla Trekking

Through the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

This one activity is what draws numbers of travellers into the country. The government over the years have gone on to make sure anyone can make it to the jungles and have 60 minutes of interaction with the rarest creatures in the world. You must want to join us on this travel quest, right?

Cultural Encounters
and Experiences

Join in the celebrations of African life stories

Join the Batwa short people of the forests while they sing and chat away life in the forest before they were evicted. Jump high with the Kamojong people of the desert. Join in the milking of the traditioinal long horned cows. Or celebrate the African nightlife in the city, we don't fall short of cultural entertainment.

Rafting The
Mighty Nile

Upto Grade 5 rapids, Get wet! Get wild! Get rafting!

"“Freaking wicked. Best value for money on our trip so far. Crew was excellent. I wouldd do it again for sure." Says Franklin Holand. For adrenaline junkies, we have the source of the mighty Nile river town, Jinja. Also known as the "Adrenaline Capital of Africa". Superb night life, boat activities, bungee jumping and more.

Chimpanzee Tracking
& Habituation Experiences

Follow these human relatives on their daily activities

Watching and following chimpanzee down into the rainforest while they go on with their business of procreation, foraging, hunting, grooming and engage in social activities is so damn awesome, it's only your limbs that may fail you. At a fraction price compared to gorilla trekking, this is the one activity you wont want to miss.

Wildlife Viewing
Game Drives

From the fading rainforests in the savannah wild

The African BIG game is something to be celebrated in Uganda, because we have that and more in these equator strandaled grasslands. Drive into the stunningly beautiful Murchison Falls National Park and listen to the calls of the lions in the night or stare at the impressive tree climbing lions in Queen Elizabeth N.P.

Wildlife Viewing
Boat Safaris

Doc meters bellow the thundering Murchison Falls

Blessed by fresh water covering a whooping 18% of the total land area, this is the Pearl of Africa. On a public or private boat, we take you up the beautiful shores of the mighty Nile river to meet impressive myriad species of animals, birds and reptiles. And there's more in channels, lakes and swamps.

Bird Watching

Imagine birding a list of 1061 species, only in Uganda

You need not to miss a complete birding experience that Uganda offers. Boosting of over 1060 bird species, Uganda's wildlife destination have so much to offer to bird watching enthusiasts. From the buzzing city suburbs into the protected swamps, valleys, rainforests, mountain and the savannah grasslands, you'll not miss catching a rare bird specie while you sip away your evening sundown coffee.

Nature Walks

Untouched and untamed nature's display

Nature Walks in Uganda present the most rewarding experience in the local people’s life, marvel at the people performing long ago practices like the traditional healer looking for medicinal plants, housewife kneeling by flat stones grinding millet, the blacksmith curving out machetes from shapeless iron.

Mountain Hikes

Jumpstart your adrenaline and climb up to the snow peaks

Mount Stanley is a mountain located in the Rwenzori range. With an elevation of 5,109 m, it is the highest mountain of both the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda, and the third highest in Africa, after Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya. Wow, can you get up there?



So what's it going to be?

Take a look at some the tour packages we have on our menu or go straight to enquiry. We have you back because our packages are all tailor made to suite your travel style. We organise everything for you and all you have to do is bring your beautiful self. Let's do this!