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The 2 Days Uganda wildlife safari to Murchison Falls National Park takes you to the magical tour to the top of the Murchison Falls – World’s most powerful waterfall, a memorable game drive in the open savannah landscapes of Murchison Falls National Park with sights of African elephants, the Cape Buffaloes, the Jackson’s Hartebeest, the lions, the Rothschild Giraffes, the Oribis, Uganda Kobs, the leopards among other species. The Safari also features the Nile Launch cruise which extends for several Kilometers to the bottom of the falls offering possible sights of Hippos, Nile Crocodiles & the birds like the Shoebill stork. It a magical short wildlife in Uganda featuring lots of game viewing, adventure and recreation.
Enjoy a comfortable drive around Uganda's capital city and visit four of Kampala’s most iconic attractions. Explore the history, architecture and culture of our capital with our driving tour of the city's most celebrated Attractions. Guests may choose any four of: The Lubiri Palace, the Gadhafi Mosque, the royal tombs at Kasubi, the Baha’i temple, the martyr’s Shrine at Namugongo, the National Museum, the Rubaga and Namirembe Cathedrals, the martyr’s shrine at Namugongo
Join us for the ultimate foodie experience as our tour guide takes you to on a journey to Lake Victoria. Before reaching the lake, we will make a couple of stops to try unique snacks and sample a traditional meal of luwombo, steamed in smoked banana leaves. We then continue on to a local fish market to feast on fresh fried fish. On the shores of beautiful Lake Victoria, you will venture off the beaten path to where the locals go for fresh Tilapia and Nile Perch. Our tour guide will accompany you while sharing the history of traditional Ugandan foods. You will have the option of strolling through the market to see how the food is prepared before sitting on the banks of Lake Victoria. Additionally, if you have a strong stomach, visit the fishing dock and processing plant where the fishermen come to auction off their fresh catch of the day and see where fish skin is rolled in salt and processed for exporting. This is tour is unlike any other in Uganda!
This day tour offers you an opportunity of not only discovering the people & culture but also exploring the wildlife ranging from reptiles & other animals to fishing villages & historical sites together with monuments in Entebbe, Uganda's get-way to the world. You have a chance to taste an authentic Ugandan meal at a local restaurant.
As you leisurely cycle through Uganda’s beautiful countryside, stopping to sip a drink on a white-sand beach and chat with locals, you might forget that the bustle of Kampala is just 30 minutes away across Lake Victoria. This cycling tour leaves the city behind and covers 12 miles (20 kilometers) of quiet island roads, offering a tour that truly gets you off the beaten path.
THE ACTUAL EXPERIMENT ABOUT UGANDA EQUATOR WILL BE AS FOLLOWS
He will point out where the 0 degrees latitude crosses, point out the southern hemisphere and also the northern hemisphere. With the help of the magnetic fields and the water used, he will show you that in the Northern pole, the water will sink out through the hole in the clockwise angle. However, in the southern pole, the water will sink down the hole in a counter-clockwise as caused by the magnetic fields.
The experience is finished off with the water sinking at the 0 degrees latitude straight down, proving that that is the imaginary line that crosses the whole world. This is as simple as it sounds but the experience is in a way mind blowing as you see with proving how the water is sucked down in all different directions.
Kampala can be chaotic for first-time visitors, but behind the hustle and bustle, the city has a lot of gems. Going on a guided tour makes it easy to discover what makes Kampala so great. As you visit top destinations like the Kasubi Tombs and National Museum, your guide tells you about Kampala’s history and role as Uganda’s cultural hub.
A day trip to Jinja gives you a fix of adventure and sightseeing without requiring a large time investment. This efficient itinerary packs in Sezibwa Falls, Mabira Forest, Owen Falls Dam, and more, plus a tour of Jinja and a chance to see the source of the Nile. This tour is thoughtfully put together and includes all transportation, a river boat cruise, lunch, and entrance fees. Jinja day trip from Kampala Planned day trip makes the most of your time Guide provides insight into the sights as you pass All transportation included with hotel pickup and drop-off
Get more out of your budget on a 3-day tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park that includes accommodation, meals, fees, and transfers as per itinerary. With the essentials covered, you can dedicate your days to exploring Uganda’s most popular national park by safari vehicle in search of elephants, lions, crocodiles, and more.
Glimpsing Uganda’s famous wildlife can be tricky for time-limited travelers in the capital. Optimize your time on 2-day tour to Lake Mburo National Park, with round-trip transportation from your Kampala hotel ensuring seamless transfer. Look out for crocodiles, hippos, and leopards as you explore by game drive and boat ride, and avoid hidden costs with meals, accommodation, and entry fees included as per itinerary.
It is a one day tour that fulfills your safari dreams in many ways possible, a tour that is fit for those that would like a last minute tour of the country. The variety of wildlife like the Impala, Zebras, and lots of birds like the Pied Kingfisher, Pygmy Kingfisher, among others.
Famous as the historic source of the Nile River, Jinja is now the adrenaline capital of East Africa. Get your fix of white-water rafting, kayaking, quad biking, mountain biking and horse riding in a gorgeous natural setting with crumbling colonial architecture during your African safari.
This 1 day safari will take you to Lake Mburo National park which is among Uganda’s smallest National Parks; the park has variety of wildlife species including the Impalas, topis, oribis, the defassa water buck, bush bucks, the common duikers, zebras, bofor reed buck, giraffes, kobs, antelopes, birds and many more. This national park was gazetted in 1933 as a protected hunting ground and up graded into a national park in 1983 to encourage the conservation of both vegetation as well as wildlife. Being a home to 5 lakes, these lakes act as habitats to many animal species especially the crocodiles and hippos and other animals are always found at the shores as well as birds. The Savannah lake also has two primate species including; the olive monkey and the vervet monkey. The Hyenas are sometimes spotted during the night as well as the leopard and the side stripped jackal.
Gain an intimate overview of vibrant Kampala on a walking tour led by a local, ideal for first-time visitors to the Ugandan capital. Tick off a combination of top attractions and hidden gems, including the Nakasero Market, Kampala Hindu Temple, and the iconic Taxi Park, and benefit from the small-group size for more personalized attention from your local guide.
Visiting over 45 chimpanzees on an island and View the serenity of over 130 islands and each has its history. Feel the 2 halves of the world as you cross the equator line on the famous Lake Victoria while winding away to the chimpanzee sounds.
Kampala is a vibrant city of approximately two million people by day and 1 million people by night. The city is on twenty-seven hills but was originally built on seven hills just like Rome. The hills were of historical, colonial, and religious importance. Kampala is a generally safe city with no hassle directed to tourists but like any major city, you are advised to take care of your belongings.
The city tour takes you to the historical, religious, and cultural sites as well as meeting with everyday Ugandans as they go about the daily errands of running all kinds of micro business to support their families. The Original seven hills’ of Kampala are Makerere hill – where Makerere University is located, Kololo Hill – the colonial administrative hill, Rubaga Hill – the home to Catholic church Cathedral, Namirembe Hill – home to Anglican church Cathedral; Mengo Hill – Kabaka’s administration center, Mbuya Hill- location of the biggest army barracks and Kibuli Hill- the Islam center.
Discover the nightlife of Uganda’s capital city during this small-group bar crawl through Kampala. Meet your sociable guide and group of 10 travelers or fewer for a fun night out on the town. Visit a number of bars for tastings and free drinks, mingle with locals and your group, and skip the queue at one of the city’s premier clubs for an unforgettable Ugandan capital.
Magical gorilla trekking
Spot the Big 5 & Big cats
Boat cruise on Kanzinga Channel
Search for tree-climbing lions
Pick up and drop off included
Travel with an expert guide rated excellent by past clients
Stay in comfortable facilities rated excellent by past clients
Take a ride on the wild side as we tour Kampala at night on the back of a boda boda motorcycle, or if you prefer, we can go in a vehicle. Our tour guide will take you to some of the most popular places for nighttime snacks and street food. You will meet up with a knowledgable tour guide who will take you to at least 3 favorite street food spots while informing you about Ugandan food, culture and history. You will taste favorites such as muchomo - grilled meats and the world famous Ugandan rolex.
Enjoy a comfortable drive around Uganda's capital city and visit four of Kampala’s most iconic attractions. Explore the history, architecture and culture of our capital with our driving tour of the city's most celebrated Attractions. Guests may choose any four of: The Lubiri Palace, the Gadhafi Mosque, the royal tombs at Kasubi, the Baha’i temple, the martyr’s Shrine at Namugongo, the National Museum, the Rubaga and Namirembe Cathedrals, the martyr’s shrine at Munyonyo.
Guided cycle tour through Town of Entebbe to absorb the local atmosphere
Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
Choose from morning /evening departure
Ideal choice for families
Private guide for a more personalized experience
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Great overview and orientation of the Town of Entebbe
Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Small-group tour ensures personal service