The stunning lushness of Uganda combined with spectacular landscapes, provides the setting for some of the Africa’s most memorable safari experiences. Rwanda also has a rich geography with mountains, savannas, and many lakes and has one of the 20 deepest lakes in the world, Lake Kivu. There are number of activities you can enjoy on your African Safari and most of these, if not all, have been rated excellent by visitors from all parts of the world.
Tracking the endangered mountain gorillas in Uganda and Rwanda. You will have a lifetime experience as it’s rated the most popular activity for visitors who come to East Africa.
Try out different Primate walks in Kibale forest, Nyungwe national park & kyambura Gorge to track primates most especially the Chimpanzees & Golden monkeys.
Try out a Classic African Safari experience with Game Viewing in the national parks to see Lions, leopards, Elephants, Giraffes, Antelopes, Buffaloes, Hippos and many more
A launch trip gives visitors a chance to cruise just meters away from hundreds of enormous hippos & buffaloes while elephants linger on the shoreline.
One of the most active ways to explore the landscapes and wildlife of East Africa. Hiking is an activity that brings out all senses into play as you get spectacular views of the park & birds.
Explore the culture of different local communities & tribes like the Batwa people. Also get to see cultural activities like traditional dances, Crafts, Museums, historical sites & more.
This Adrenaline activity at the Source of the Nile will give you an amazing moment for you or your family. Never miss to try out something once you are at the adventure Capital (Jinja – Uganda)
An amazing opportunity to watch the endangered, magnificent creatures (Rhinos) in their natural habitat. Ziwa Rhino & Wildlife Sanctuary is home for the only rhinos in the wild left in Uganda.
Game viewing which ranks the highest in East Africa is an extra-ordinary experience. The great wild beast migration in the Masai Mara (Kenya) and Serengeti (Tanzania) national parks are one of the 8th wonders of the world. The Mountain Gorillas which are a rare & endangered species found in East and central Africa. Gorilla Tracking as an activity has received a huge international market especially in Uganda & Rwanda in the Volcanoes national park, Virunga Mountains and Bwindi impenetrable forests. Primate tracking too has received a certain amount of attention mostly in Nyungwe forests, Rwanda and Kibale forest national park, Uganda. A number of Adrenaline activities like Rafting, Kayaking, Bungee jumping, Sky diving, mountain climbing also are a great thing to try it. The world’s second longest river – River Nile which flows from Lake Victoria in Uganda to the Mediterranean Sea in Egypt has a number of these activities taking place at it’s source in Jinja, Uganda. The Nile also has a number of falls, the most dramatic ones are the Murchison falls, which lie at the northern end of the albertine rift valley. They are considered to be one of the world’s greatest waterfalls. Bird-watching, also known as birding is another interesting activity for most travelers who are interested in birds. Uganda has over 1000 bird species and Rwanda over 700 species making them the most famous birding destinations in East Africa. One way of relaxing while on your safari in Africa is to take a Launch trip down-stream the Nile or any river. You can enjoy these at the famous Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth Park and on the Victoria Nile in Murchison falls park, Uganda. Hiking East Africa’s tallest mountains i.e. Rwenzori, Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya to the highest peaks, such a wonderful mystical challenge.