At safaris in Uganda we prepare your trip to finest once you give us the responsibility to arrange turn your travel dream into a memory. Just find out all you need to know about your Uganda tour from our travel consultants and seat back relaxed. We manage all kinds of tour bookings, Budget, Mid-range and Luxury holidays. Get in touch for your holiday to be fixed as per your wishes and interest. Experience more with us on short notice and longer stays in Uganda, Rwanda, Congo, Kenya and Tanzania. We save your time by making it happen at a right time with the best experience ever.
Frequently Asked Questions
We put together ideas and answer all our guest questions but kindly find some answers of the most commonly asked questions, I hope they do help you. However, get in touch with us if you don’t find what you looking for. From when should you visit Africa to how to get around?
Before Booking a Uganda Safari
Do I Travel with other people?
The answer is NO that is if you book a private tailor made trip. However, for those on our daily group tours to different parks the answer is yes because different people from different countries join these tours in order to share transport and accommodation with others and cut costs.
How many people will be on my Trip?
You will find an average of 5-7 people for group tours while none on private trips. We provide open alternatives to guests who feel like sleeping alone on safari by paying a single room supplement. However, those who book in as friends and of the same sex can share a room.
How flexible can we be on your trips?
This is a common question for travelers but all our trip itineraries offer perfect time for leisure and adventure. Besides we are always flexible in making changes in trip program to suit our client’s interest. With us expect only the best experience ever.
What type of safari cars do you use?
Transfers from and to the airport as well as to different Uganda National Parks, we use 4WD Safari vehicles,mini bus, super customs, land cruisers all with pop up ideal for fantastic wildlife game viewing and photography. Vehicles are equipped to provide guests with highest possible levels of safety, comfort and experience.
What type of Accommodations do you offer?
We select different lodges, camps and hotels according to quality, perfect services and comfort with the majority of them being visited my our team first. Expect to stay in cozy specious rooms or tents with single bed, double bed, twin beds or family cottage arrangement. All lodges offer mosquito nets the best preventive measure for malaria in Africa. Most of the lodges, camps and hotels are located close to attractions so no need to drive distance in the morning for any adventure.
When is the best time to visit Uganda?
Though Uganda is a year round destination, offering warm equatorial weather, the best time to visit Uganda is during its drier months, between December to March and June – Early October. These are the most hottest months, the vegetation the parks is not that concentrated offering clear views of wildlife .Besides the roads are passable no getting stuck on the road because of mad. However, still you can visit Uganda during other months of the year and also experience the very best
How much is a Tourist Visa to Uganda?
Entering Uganda has never been easier than today, where you apply for the Uganda tourist Visa online or get it upon arrival at Entebbe international Airport. The Uganda tourist visa costs $50 for a single entry valid for a period of 90 days and the East African Visa costs $100 good for travelers planning to visit Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.
Do you promote sustainable tourism?
Discover the Pearls of Africa with us as we promote and development Sustainable Tourism initiatives across Uganda in different communities, schools and hospitals. We donate to charity and village women groups, support girl child in schools and also celebrate big days with communities. Ride a bicycle for a woman, comfort a girl child with a sanitary pad and also share the beautiful day life with community family members.
What is the best luggage pack that you recommend?
It’s good not to carry your luggage in a suitcase as it can be bulky and difficult to carry. We highly recommend a backpack or a soft bag. This does not imply that you will be required to carry your bags for any great distance; a small backpack can be used to carry daily trip essentials like snacks, toiletries, notebooks etc.During treks, like Gorilla tracking and mountaineering, porters are always available to carry your luggage for you. Besides, it’s very flexible to move with just in case you need to carry it along.
Is it possible to leave my excess luggage at the starting point hotel in case of a circular trip?
Yes, you can store excess luggage at starting point hotels, but however this is done at your own risk. Some hotels may charge a nominal fee for the service. This is an advantage for those who may have trip extensions options and part of the luggage is not required for one part of the tour.
What to pack for treks or hikes trips?
For wildlife safaris and gorilla trekking adventures, we would recommend neutral colour clothes, long sleeved shirts, pants and T-shirts but cotton in nature that blend with the surrounding. They prevent insect bites and harms from thorn plants. Don’t forget rain gears, insect replants, comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots, drinking water, walking stick, gloves, and sun cream. Alternatively, to lighten your load, you may consider bringing some clothes you have planned to discard. These can be worn on tour and left behind; they are always well received by local people you interact with on the tour.