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Uganda is blessed with an undeniable natural beauty. In the west, the Rwenzori peaks reach towards the sky, the perfect challenge for bold explorers – Across the nation, parks are home to some of the world’s most exotic animals: Silver backs, lions and countless others, ooh… Uganda is home to Africa’s big 5.

Uganda is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. With its dense misty forests, snow-peaked mountains, glassy lakes and sprawling savannas, it’s no wonder Winston Churchill dubbed this wonderful country the ‘pearl of Africa’. While mountain gorillas are the allure for many visitors, there’s an astounding variety of attractions for tourists. A land that is painted in 1,001 shades of green with fantastic natural scenery

Winding roads lead to places of grand beauty and unique cultures for those who dare to explore. There’s a story at every turn, especially from our people, who are renowned for their warmth and charm.Responsible Tourism as defined in Uganda in 2002 at the World Summit for Sustainable Development is: “making better places for people to live in and better places for people to visit.” Responsible Tourism requires that operators, hoteliers, governments, local people, and tourists take responsibility, and take action to make tourism more sustainable”. At Promote Uganda Safaris, we are passionate about Responsible Tourism and actively practice it by working with social enterprises whose goals are to help people who don’t have the same opportunities as us. By working within tourism zones enables the local people who are part of the social enterprise to also benefit from tourism.To improve Uganda & Africa’s tourism experience for local communities and people from around the world, by providing memorable personalized holidays with professional first-class guiding services, that promote East Africa as a leading tourism destination. To provide our clients with the best value solution to their safari needs through our experience, knowledge, efficiency, Excellency, and passion.

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Kampala Sightseeing Buses

In the campaign of promoting the domestic tourism in Uganda, Promote Uganda Safaris decided to bring the Kampala and Entebbe sightseeing bus and the new double Decker open roof bus was introduced in December (2017) in Kololo, an uptown suburb of Kampala. This Kampala and Entebbe sightseeing buses are the first of its kind in Uganda and it is assured to give visitors a unique road tour in Uganda to experience Kampala and Entebbe top attractions with expert guides on bus. These buses are scheduled to have two trips daily and the first one begins at 9 am and the journey takes between 4 to 5 hours depending on the traffic on that particular day. The Kampala and Entebbe sightseeing buses are specifically for travelers who want to discover the attractions in Kampala, Entebbe and Jinja.The Kampala and Entebbe sightseeing buses show visitors the cities in a different way like you’ve never seen it before and it will take you to all the Kampala and Entebbe most visited places during a short memorable Uganda safari.

Entebbe Sightseeing Bus

The objective of introducing Entebbe Sightseeing Bus as a new tourism product is to promote Entebbe as a tourist destination like it’s done in other Big Cities like London, New York and Kampala among others. The previous narrative has always described Entebbe as a gateway but the introduction of the sightseeing bus is going to give an opportunity to every visitor of Entebbe to learn the history of Entebbe having been the first capital city of Uganda. The Entebbe Sightseeing Bus will have an onboard guide who will be narrating the history of each and every historical site like the first Parliament of Uganda, the first Post Office of Uganda, the religious sites, the green spaces like the Golf Course, Botanical Gardens, the beaches, the shopping malls and many other places of interest.

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Promote Uganda buses take you to must see sites in Uganda with a narrator on the bus.
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Uganda's Best Selling National Parks

  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Kibale Forest National Park
  • Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
  • Murchison Falls National Park
  • Lake Mburo National Park

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, among which are a number of habituated groups, that can be tracked by visitors.Bwindi is habitat to more than half the world’s population of Mountain Gorillas. actually there are over 300 mountain gorillas living here. Gorilla devotees for Uganda tours from different corners of the world to enjoy this Ultimate Safari in Uganda – Mountain Gorilla tours / tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.The word “Bwindi” means “darkness” and taking a hike this magnificent forest will certainly unveil to you the reason why the forest was named so. You will as well be in position to fast tell why actually the forest is also regarded as Impenetrable. One requires to be realistically physically fit to take part in this mountain gorilla tracking / trekking adventure because it may involve climbing the steep terrain.

In addition to the endangered impressive mountain gorillas there are also 346 bird species and more than 200 butterfly species, about 324 species of trees, ten of which are only found in this areas in the whole of Uganda. This is really a destination to explore. Because there are few habituated Gorillas living here (gorillas that have been trained to withstand human presence and not likely to attack), actually the time offered to see them is limited and so are the permits which currently are offered at a cost of $500 per individual. No person ever complains after spending some time with these very fascinating Mountain Gorillas in Uganda within Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, which is among the most stunning rainforest anyone will ever come across.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the southwestern region of Uganda along the border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is Uganda’s most visited national park. Many visitors will combine a trip to the park with excursions to Murchison Falls National Park or gorilla trekking.

The national park includes the Maramagambo Forest area while sharing borders with the Kyambura Game Reserve, the Kigezi Game Reserve, and the Kibale National Park in Uganda. As noted above, it also shares a border with Virunga National Park of the DRC.

Queen Elizabeth National Park covers an area of 764 square miles (1,978 sq km). The park stretches between Lake Edward in the south up to Lake George in the north with the two lakes being connected by the Kazinga Channel. The elevation fluctuates from 2,985 to 4,560 feet (910 to 1,390 m) above sea level.

The ecosystems are diverse and feature Acacia savanna, tropical high forests, salt lakes, savanna grasslands, tundra, and wetlands. The lakes are actually partly salt and the two most famous ones are Lake George and Lake Edward. The landscapes feature the rugged Rwenzori Mountains as the background with remarkable craters nestled into the foothills below the mountains.


Kibale National Park is an attractive park in Uganda with varied tracts of tropical rain forest and a multiplicity of animals located in western Uganda slightly off the Equator. The annual temperature ranges between 14-27C and is generally cool. It is the ultimate place for chimpanzee trekking in Uganda.

It is known as the “primate capital of East Africa” with 13 different primate species. Kibale forest is home to more than 1,450 chimpanzee protected within its borders of 795kmarea covered.  It is by far the best place to see Chimps in East Africa. The chimpanzees have been habituated for over 26 years giving you a chance to see the great apes in their natural environment. Children have to be 15 years and above to track the Chimpanzees. If younger they can opt to see chimpanzees at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary located off Lake Victoria in Entebbe – there is a raised platform where visitors can view the chimps as they come from the forest for their midday snacks.

The forest’s varied altitude supports different habitats; woodland, Savannah, wet tropical forest and semi-deciduous dry tropical forest which gives the park opportunity to host different wildlife that reside in the different habitats.

Mgahinga is Uganda’s smallest national park – just 34 km². The park is breathtakingly beautiful. Behind the dramatic volcanic skyline, in front Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and to the left of Mutanda and Bunyonyi – lakes so scenic you can’t believe more people don’t know about them – Mgahinga is at the frontier of Uganda’s wilderness experiences. 

The montane-woodland, montane-forest and large swathe of bamboo forests supports a large population of golden monkeys, found only here in Uganda. They are also home to the Nyakagazi family of mountain gorillas, the only habituated group outside of Bwindi.

Traditionally, Mgahinga was used as an ‘over-flow’ gorilla tracking destination for Bwindi, but that has changed for two reasons. The first is that the increase in the cost of Rwandan gorilla permits to $1,500 per person has prompted visitors to explore Rwanda and then nip across the border to Mgahinga where the treks cost $700 per person (at time of writing).

The second reason is that Mgahinga is such a wonderful place to visit. Situated so closely to Mutanda and Bunyoni lakes that you can spend a week in the far southwest and save the rest of Uganda for a second trip.

In addition to gorilla treks and golden monkey excursions – both a standard visit and the longer habituation experiences – Mgahinga is an excellent general trekking destination. Challenging guided day hikes are available to the summits of all three of the mountains accessible from Uganda: Gahinga, Sabyinyo and Muhabura.

Murchison Falls National Park was established in 1952 and is the largest park in Uganda covering an area of 1,503 square miles. It is found in northwestern Uganda in the Districts of Kiryandongo, Masindi, Nwoya and Buliisa. The River Nile flows through the park dividing it in two and leaving behind beautiful waterfalls. The British Explorer Sir Samuel Baker was stunned by one of waterfalls in the park and gave it the name Murchison Falls which later given to the park. After differences with the western world because of his human rights record, the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin attempted to rename the falls Kabarega (after the King of Bunyoro) but this only lasted during his regime. Murchison Falls National Park largely consists of Savannah grasslands, woodlands, open plains and wetlands. The park is part of the wider Murchison Falls Conservation area that also includes Karuma Falls and Bugungu Wildlife Reserves. It has large forests like Budongo, Rabango and Kaniyo Pabidi. Kaniyo Pabidi contains large mahogany and ironwood trees. All three forests are known for hosting numerous bird and primates species like Chimpanzees, blue monkeys, olive baboons, black and white colobus monkeys. The Murchison Conservation Area has the largest number of crocodiles and Roskilde Giraffe in Uganda. The park is a lion conservation unit with 76 species of mammals and over 445 of birds. During the regime of Idi Amin in the 1970’s, a large number of mammals were lost due to uncontrolled poaching and hunting for sport and meat. The few white Rhinos that roamed the park were virtually made extinct although there is an attempt at reintroducing them to the park from the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary near the park.

Lake Mburo National Park is located in the western part of Uganda in a district called Kirihura which is next to Mbarara district. It sits on an area covering 260 sq km hence making it the smallest Savannah park in Uganda. Lake Mburo is the center of activities in the park but there are 11 other lakes around the area.

There is a local Ankole myth and legend about two brothers Kigarama and Mburo once lived in a big valley around the park. Kigarama had a revelation in a dream that warned of a danger that would befall them if they continued staying in the valley. He shared his dream with Mburo who didn’t believe him. Kigarama moved to safety on the hills away from the valley. One day the valley got flooded with water that eventually drowned Mburo. The lake was named Mburo and the nearby hills Kigarama.

Although the park is small in size compares to the others, it has stunning landscape that consists of flat grasslands, rolling hills, forests, bush thickets, rocky outcrops, Lakes and swamps. The elimination of elephants in the park has led to the growth of vast woodlands in the park. Lake Mburo has some wildlife species rarely found in other parks of Uganda. Some of the species include the Eland, Klipspringer, Impala, Zebra (5,000 in number) and giant bush rats. Lake Mburo national park is the best place to spot Leopards in Uganda because of their high numbers per square kilometer.

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