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A guided tour Bwindi Impenetrable National Park ups your chances of seeing gorillas in the wild as you follow your guide through the cool forest environment. This tour also includes a stop at the Equator and Lake Bunyonyi—plus all lodging, meals, and transportation—for a hassle-free tour to one of Uganda’s most stunning natural attractions.
Our one day whitewater trip is incredible value for money, offering you return transport from Kampala, one-night accommodation either at the tea-house or the Nile River Camp, breakfast, lunch, plenty of beers and snacks after the trip and free photos. We're almost forgetting the 3-4 hours of incredible whitewater and a 19km journey down the mighty white Nile with the best crew in the business!!
NEW! Since 2019 we also offer riverboarding on every trip!
You can choose grade 3 or grade 5 (minimum ages 14yrs / 16yrs) and we will always try our best to be as flexible to your needs as possible.
Trips run everyday with minimum client number of 2 from Jinja or 4 from Kampala.
The Biggest National Park in Uganda with the Most Powerful Water Falls in the World and the historic River Nile which you cross via a safe Ferry, one of Africa's Natural Wonders and The Best Wildlife and Big 5 Encounter.
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
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.
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.
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.
A day tour to Lake Mburo National Park is perfect for visitors who want a taste of Uganda’s wildlife in just one day. This tour takes you directly from your Kampala hotel to the park for a boat safari, guided hike, and game drive, offering three ways to see animals like giraffes, hippos, and more in the wild.
Head into untouched forests for a face-to-face encounter with chimpanzees on this trek through Murchison Falls National Park. Get unparalleled access to one of the world’s largest chimpanzee populations, plus hundreds of other wildlife species. Guides follow the daily movements of chimps, ensuring the greatest chances of sightings. Groups are capped at six people for an intimate experience.
You are expected to arrive a night before the safari or have an early morning landing. Your driver/guide will pick and depart for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Encounter the gorillas firsthand on your trekking expedition. With a strenuous day trekking, it would be ideal to find a better place for relaxation. That place will certainly be Lake Bunyonyi – a place of little birds. You will transfer to Lake Bunyonyi after the Gorilla Trekking. Enjoy a swim in the lake before a return to Entebbe
Let Friendly Gorillas Safaris take you on this remarkable 3-Days trip to Bwindi National Park – The ultimate gorilla experience, Lake Bunyonyi – a place of little birds. Surely the memory will stick…!
Fun: gorilla trekking, a swim in the lake. Bragging Right: Close encounter with the gorillas firsthand in their natural habitat.
Venture deep into Uganda’s mist-shrouded jungles for an intimate, face-to-face encounter with the world’s last surviving mountain gorillas. On this multi-day, all-inclusive adventure, you’ll trek alongside a guide through 25,000-year-old rainforests to the remote sanctuary, home of the iconic apes. Tours also include a scenic overnight trip to relaxing Lake Bunyonyi and stopovers in Mbarara and Kayabwe.
Optimize your chances of seeing African wildlife up close on a 5-day tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park and the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, with round-trip transfer from Kampala. Trek gorillas in the rainforest and explore grasslands in search of Africa’s Big Five game, avoiding hidden costs along the way with park fees, overnight stays, and meals included as per itinerary.
If you’re short on time, a guided one-day tour to Lake Mburo National Park is a great choice for seeing Uganda’s wildlife. A game drive, boat safari, and walking tour are included for triple the chances of seeing animals like zebras, impalas, and more in the wild.
Close to 100 species of mammals and about 606 types of birds dwell within this park and among them is are the: large schools of hippos, large forest hogs and the good-look Uganda kobs which are all commonly seen in the tourist villages on the magnificent Mweya Peninsula which prides in a beautiful waterfront locale within the shadows of Mountain Rwenzori. However, the isolated Ishasha Sector is prominent for the resident tree-climbing lions, the Maramagambo forest is habitat to an attractive diversity of monkeys plus birds, the crater lakes hold thousands of the beautiful pink flamingoes, while the Kyambura Gorges is habitat to habituated Chimpanzees.
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.
Visit the source of the Nile River and tour the town of Jinja in just one day on this guided tour from Kampala. An efficient itinerary and private transportation make it possible to do this tour in one day, without ever feeling rushed. Plus, going with a guide means getting insight into the area that you might miss on your own.
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.
When in Kampala, the equator is only a drive away—but it’s a long one. This guided tour to the equator from Kampala makes it safe and easy to visit the earth’s dividing line: your driver is a pro and makes sure you get there and back safely. Plus, not driving means you can enjoy the views of rural Uganda from your car (it’s way off the beaten track). This tour includes a 2-course lunch and all transportation with hotel pickup and drop-off.
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.
Spot some of Uganda’s rarest wildlife species on this multi-day safari expedition to Murchison Falls National Park and Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Get a first-hand peek at white and black rhinos, and hop a boat for an unforgettable river safari along the fabled Nile to the foot of Murchison Falls. Look out for elephant herds, giraffes, lions, buffalo, and more, with vehicle transfers from Kampala.
Murchison Falls is the ultimate wilderness get-away (no cities for miles) and there aren’t many other tourists. Enjoy an un-touristy, authentic, low-key experience and see four out of the Big Five: lions, elephants, leopards, and Cape buffalos. The only member of the Big Five you won’t see? Rhinos, but these are available to spot at the Ziwa Rhino sanctuary, en-route to Murchison, for an additional 50$ for adults and 25$ for children.
Choose between a mid-range or luxury vehicle and lodging options
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.
This 3-day tour to Murchison Falls National Park is a great way to get out of Kampala and see Uganda’s wilderness. Three days is enough time to see animals like giraffes, buffaloes, and monkeys in the wild without sacrificing too much time—a game drive and boat cruise provide ample opportunities. Plus, your transportation, entrance fees, and lodging are already booked and paid for, saving you the time and hassle of planning every detail.