Uganda Gorilla Safaris & Wildlife Tours in Africa

Planning for Uganda gorilla safaris and wildlife tours in Africa? When you mention Africa, the picture of a raw wilderness dotted by different game species, extensive and breathtaking savannah plains, jaw-dropping waterfalls, cultural melting pot, raw and untouched National Parks, to mention but a few. Many of the Earth’s endangered species are found in Africa, including the mountain gorillas with only about 1063 individuals left, Eastern lowland gorillas, tigers, Rhinos, Leopards, African wild dogs, chimpanzees and many others.

The Combined African Safari is a special safari package offering the opportunity of exploring top East and Central African destinations in a single trip. This summarized Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Congo tour package includes Nile River excursions, unforgettable gorilla trekking experiences in the three countries (in Uganda, Rwanda and Congo) where the activity is conducted as well as the extraordinary lowland Gorilla Trekking adventure in Congo, Wildlife viewing in the top game-rich destinations, unsurpassed birding expeditions, Mountain hikes/climbs, chimpanzee treks, Golden Monkey tracking in Uganda and Rwanda, to mention but a few.

Uganda, Congo and Rwanda Tours lead to the top gorilla trekking destinations such as Bwindi Impenetrable, Mgahinga Gorillas, Volcanoes and Virunga National Parks where the 1063 mountain gorillas are sheltered. With over 21 habituated gorilla groups in Uganda, over 8 habituated gorilla groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo and about 13 habituated gorilla groups in Rwanda, visitors planning to encounter the endangered Giant Apes cannot run out of options.

Kenya and Tanzania tours offer unmatched game viewing experiences. There are endless chances of witnessing the Great migration as large herds of wildebeests, zebras and grant’s gazelles migrate from the unfenced borders of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to the Masai Mara National Reserve of Kenya. Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of jaw-dropping Mount Kilimanjaro, Ruaha National Park’s high concentration of big cats and magical leopards of Kenya’s Samburu National Park will not disappoint you.

Combined Kenya and Uganda tours are ideal for budget safaris, Honeymoon tours, fly-in tours, private family safaris and luxury safaris with majority of the destinations accustomed to cater for the mentioned kind of visitors. Kenya for instance boasts of a medley of luxury tented camps and safari lodges for comfort while experiencing the array of wildlife diversity.

When you talk birding, combined African Safaris offer twitches unrivalled birding opportunities. Birding in Tanzania introduces birders to at least 20 species endemic to the country and top birding areas being Lake Manyara, Ruaha, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Selous and Arusha National Parks. Uganda on the other hand offers at least 10% of Africa’s total bird species with chances of encountering the rare shoebill storks, Great blue Turaco as well as numerous Albertine Rift endemics among others.

Top birding areas in this country are Bwindi Impenetrable, Kidepo Valley, Murchison falls and Queen Elizabeth National Parks in addition to Mabamba wetland Sanctuary. Kenya, Congo and Rwanda also offer extraordinary birding experiences with different species to be encountered during birding tours.

When planning for Combined African Safaris, it is important to understand the best time for experiencing the different tourist activities. The most important factor when planning these safaris is taking into consideration each country’s dry and rainy seasons. Whether Kenya, Tanzania, Congo, Rwanda or Uganda, dry seasons extend from December to February as well as from June to September.

The wet seasons are around March to May and October to early December. Game viewing is great in the dry season when animals converge at water points while the great migration is wonderful from June to October. Gorilla Trekking tours in Rwanda and Uganda are all-year round although hiking is easier during the dry months.

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