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Primate World Safaris is a local premier Uganda Safari Company with a wide variety of services which we give to our visitors and tourists coming to East Africa. We offer Gorilla trekking tours to Bwindi, Mgahinga and Volcanoes national parks. We also offer Day tours, Chimp tracking tours, Game viewing safaris, Community tours, Birding Adventures, Rafting & Kayaking, Hiking & nature walks, Car hire and so many others. Our Uganda Safari & Rwanda Safari packages can be completely tailor-made around your travel wishes – experience our recommended Gorilla Trekking tours , romantic honeymoon packages and shared family-friendly dream vacations and let us guide you on where to go.

3 Days Gorilla Tracking
18 tours
11 tours
Kenya Wildlife Highlights
1 tour
Uganda Safari Holiday
5 tours

Multi-country Safaris

Our Multi-country safari packages combine attractions in the countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda to offer you the perfect way to explore the beauty of East Africa.

We open all of East Africa for you to explore as you like

From our Instagram

Keep up with us on Instagram. We share great pics and some helpful travel insights.
  • Uganda is one of the best places where you can see the ancient-looking shoe bill stork in the wild.

#Birds #Birding #Birdwatching #Travel #Uganda #ExploreUganda #Travelgram
  • #DidYouKnow that rhinos are so peaceful that you can see them in the wild ON FOOT?
In the #Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, you can enjoy an epic walking safari where you will see Uganda's Rhinos.

#Rhinos #Uganda #ExploreUganda #Travel #Wildlife
  • Carnivorous birds like marabou storks and vultures play a role in 'cleaning up' the national parks of dead animal remains.

In nature, nothing goes to waste.

#vulture #birds #birdphotography #Africa #wildlife #travel #Uganda 

https://primateworldsafaris.com/birding/
  • This Gorilla Trekking and Masai Mara safari will take you on a gratifying journey to see Uganda’s endangered #gorillas and Kenya’s wildlife in the #MasaiMara. #Uganda #Kenya #Travel 

https://primateworldsafaris.com/tour/gorilla-trekking-and-masai-mara-safari/
  • When you visit Queen Elizabeth National Park, don't miss out seeing the tree-climbing lions of Ishasha sector.

#Lions #Uganda #QENP #wildlife #Travel #travelphotography
  • #DidYouKnow that lions in the wild often hunt prey that weighs between 50 and 300 kilograms in weight.

Bigger prey is often shared by the whole (group) pride while smaller kills might be shared by 2 or 3 lions.

#lions #Wildlife #wildlifephotography #nationalpark #Uganda #ExploreUganda #visitUganda #Africa #EastAfrica
  • There is no other country in Africa where you can see more than 1,000 different species of birds in their natural habitat.

#birds #Birding #BirdWatching #Birdphotography #Uganda #ExploreUganda #VisitUGanda #Travel #TravelPhotography
  • Uganda is not just the land of milk and honey, it is also the land of #coffee. 

If you are a coffee drinker, you will enjoy learning the entire process and roasting your own beans. 

Talk to us as we plan your Uganda holiday, and we shall include a coffee tour for you.

#Uganda #Coffee #CoffeeTour #ExploreUganda #VisitUganda #Travel
  • #DidYouKnow that a zebra can run at 60 km/h - zigzag style. This is thought to dazzle or confuse the predator on where exactly the zebra is.

On your Uganda safari, you will find so many zebras in Lake Mburo NP.

#ExploreUganda #VisitUganda #Zebras #wildlife #animals #nationalParks #travel #travelgram
  • Before you can spend some time with the mountain gorillas, you need to first hike/trek through the thick rainforest and steep slopes.

Here are some holiday trips that will take you to see gorillas in the wild. https://primateworldsafaris.com/gorilla-safaris/
  • No words!

How would you caption this?

#Uganda #Travel #ExploreUganda
  • The Easiest way for you to know that you are looking at a mountain gorilla and not the lowland one is the hair. Mountain gorillas have thicker and longer hairs to keep them warm in the cold highland forests they live in.
Also, if you are at the zoo, it is not a mountain gorilla. They don't survive in captivity.

Take a look at some of our #gorilla safaris and visualize how you would go about such a trip. Here is the link. https://primateworldsafaris.com/gorilla-safaris/