Encounter game safaris and gorilla trekking tours in Uganda, Rwanda & Congo in Volcanoes & Virunga National Park and then hike Nyiragongo volcano trekking tours.
This 14 days Uganda discovery is a 2 weeks Uganda adventure visiting 6 national parks in Uganda for wildlife and primate viewing safari. This safari takes you to Kidepo valley national park one of the least visited destination in Uganda, Murchison falls national park, Gorilla trekking in Bwindi, Kibale forest Chimpanzee trekking, Queen Elizabeth national park a home to tree climbing lions as well as the Kazinga channel and Lake Mburo national park, the smallest savanna park.
Situated at the equator, Uganda enjoys a tropical climate with very little temperature variation throughout the year. If you are planning a trip to Uganda as a birder, the main factor determining your timing will be a pattern of rainfall. In the southern part of the country, the wettest month is April with the rainy season stretching from April to May and October to November. The wet season in the North is from April to October with the rest of the year fairly dry with low humidity. Whilst travelling might be easier in the dry season, bear in mind the fact that bird activity is much higher during the wetter months when most of the breeding takes place.
Birds that may be seen - The birds listed below are birds that occur along the route at various times of the year. As with any trip, one cannot guarantee that every bird mentioned will be seen.
On this Uganda Luxury Holiday - by air, Uganda Fly-in Safari you get the opportunity to go gorilla trekking - twice! A rare chance to see mountain gorillas in the wild on two treks into the rainforest, in one safari!
Explore remote places in Uganda where Giraffes lurk, Elephants roam and Primates swing through the treetops of tropical rainforests. Take a boat cruise to see the most spectacular falls in the Africa, Hippos, Zebras, Buffalos, the rare shoebill, tree climbing lions and many more wildlife and bird species on the Ultimate Uganda Safari.