A journey through Uganda presents ever-changing views of iconic African savannah, stunning waterfalls, snow-capped and rugged mountains, intensely farmed lush rolling hills with banana & coffee plantations interspersed with picturesque villages, carpet-like tea country, breathtaking volcanoes and countless lakes.

Travel Uganda and discover a place is quite unlike any other African country. With its wonderfully lush vegetation, terraced hills, beautiful mountains, open plains and a different view around each corner Uganda offers a multitude of landscapes. Unique wildlife like the Uganda Kob, Giant Forest Hog and the extraordinary Shoebill Stork are on many ‘bucket-lists’ yet barely ticked on most check-lists.

Wandering re-establishes the original harmony which once existed between man and the universe.

Anatole France

Primates of Kibale

The lush tropical rainforest of Kibale National Park is home to the greatest variety and highest concentrations of primates in East Africa, tallying 13 species including more than 1,000 chimpanzees - our closest living relatives. Unlike gorillas which don’t move much, Chimpanzees move swiftly, either on the forest floor or in the trees.

Mobile Camping & Fishing on the Banks of the Nile

Murhiston Falls Park lies in the northern part of the Albertine Rift Valley. Here the Nile, the world’s longest river, gushes through a six metre gap through the Rift Valley escarpment and falls over 40 metres to form the Murchison Falls. Mobile camping within the thundering Murchison Falls National Park is a brilliant experience.