Safaris in Uganda

  • Sale! Boats on the nile

    1 Day Jinja Source of The Nile Adventure

    The Nile Source tour is for those who are already in the country either as foreign residents, visitors who have flown in for business and meetings

  • Kampala

    1 Day Kampala City tour

    Kampala City, generally known as the city of seven hills, is the capital city of Uganda, the center of commercial life, and the seat of government including the Parliament and historical monuments.

  • Sale! Lake Mbungo

    1 Day Lake Mburo National Park Safari

    Lake Mburo National Park is a small but beautiful treasure, strategically placed near the route that connects Kampala to the western Ugandan parks.

  • Sale! Sunset boat ride Lake Victoria

    1 Day Mabamba Bay Birdwatching Trip

    Mabamba Bay is a unique extensive marsh stretching along a narrow bay, fringed with papyrus towards the main body of Lake Victoria.

  • Sale! Rhinos at the Ziwa conservancy

    1 Day Ziwa Rhino Tracking Trip

    Enjoy a day with the rarest species of the big 5 at Ziwa sanctuary. Drive, track and observe them in their natural habitat.


Is Kenya safe as a travel destination for safaris?

Yes, we believe Kenya is safe to visit for your safari trip. Don’t just take our word for it, though. The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has certified Kenya as one of 80 travel destinations with a “Safe Travel Stamp”. This means that the hygiene and safety protocols in place in the country have been viewed as safe and effective.

Kenya is recognized as a viable wildlife safari destination. As long as the current health protocols are followed, and here on the ground we can see they are, then your Kenyan safari will still be a success.

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