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top Uganda Safari Packages

Uganda safari tours include the 400 mountain gorillas in Bwindi, 10 National Parks, over 1000 bird species, 330 mammals and different primate species. This is the most updated guide about safaris in Uganda, from credible safari companies like Pamoja Safaris to activities, destinations and industry news!

Why visit Uganda?

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Uganda is one of the best safari destinations in Africa, the home to the rare mountain gorillas, rare Golden Monkey in Mgahinga Gorilla national Park, as well as the source of the Nile with the biggest waterfalls in Africa. Recently featured a top destination in National Geographic and Lonely Planet, top Uganda Safari Packages cover more than 10 separate destinations. Everyday here is genuinely an African Adventure Safari.

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Visit the 400 mountain gorillas in Bwindi in what is termed as the gorilla trekking experience, climb the ice capped Rwenzori mountains, Discover chimpanzee tracking tour in Kibale, enjoy white water rafting on the Nile, see the Murchison falls and so much more as you observe Uganda’s scenic wonders- Savannah, wildlife, lakes and rivers; and also personally interact with the local people of Uganda! The options are endless! You will almost see all the animals you find in neighboring Tanzania and Rwanda, the difference is, Uganda is not a crowded destination! A perfect way to spy on the animals!


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