The Pearl of Africa

Uganda was quoted by Winston Churchill in his book “My African Journey” as “The Pearl of Africa”. Winston Churchill refers by his quote to Uganda’s unique landscape, vegetation and all sorts of wild animals like reptiles, mammals and birds. Uganda is gifted by diverse nature, with beautiful rift valley landscapes, tropical rainforests, natural safari parks, rivers, volcanic crater lakes, still all in its natural state to explore.​

Gorilla’s trekking

Bwindi impenetrable National Park

The Bwindi in Uganda is home to half of the worlds Gorilla’s population. Come close to these beautiful creatures and be amazed by how their features are closely similar to humans. Get a feel of what it’s like trekking the Bwindi Rain forest with the guidance of your experienced guide.

Wild Water Rafting

Adventure on the River Nile

This trip defines fun to its fullest and is undeniably the real white-water experience on River Nile. Get ready! You are about to come face to face with fun beyond description. Regarded as the best adventure experience in Uganda

Wildlife spotting on Safari Drive

Queen Elisabeth National Park

Spot the Big 5 at the 200 km2 Queen Elizabeth National and experience a safari game drive you will never forget. Explore the parc with your personal guide and driver and enjoy nature at it best. Look out for your favourite animals in the wild.


Home of Silver Back

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the southwestern part of Uganda on the rim of the Rift Valley. The hillsides which are mist-covered are sheltered by one of the ancient and very biologically varied rainforests in Uganda that dates back to more than 25,000 years, comprising of about 400 varied plant species. More notably, this “impenetrable forest” in addition protects an predictable 320 population of mountain gorillas – approximately half of the population in the world!

Murchison Falls

Amazing Kabalega Falls

We arrange comfortable boat trips close to the most famous waterfall in Uganda. A wonderful experience to combine a waterfalling excursion with the chance to enjoy the variety of wildlife in Africa. At the top of Murchison Falls, the Nile forces its way through a gap in the rocks, only 7 m (23 ft) wide, and tumbles 43 m (141 ft), before flowing westward into Lake Albert.

Contact us about Uganda

Are you looking to organise an event, MICE-travel or an incentive abroad? Whatever stage you’re in – from a vague idea to a specific plan – don’t hesitate to drop us a line!