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Uganda was described by Winston Churchill as the “Pearl of Africa” for its exceptionally beautiful landscape and diverse plant and animal life. The climate supports the ecosystem perfectly as a result of her location near the equator. Uganda’s culture is diverse with over 30 tribes who are all friendly and welcoming to visitors.

Though landlocked, Uganda is blessed with several national parks, mountains, lakes, rivers which contain various species of birds, animals and plants. Uganda has the largest number of the endangered Mountain Gorillas in the world making her among the best travel destinations.


Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Surrounded by the peaceful waters of Lake Victoria, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is home to 49 orphaned chimpanzees rescued from across East Africa. Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust (Chimpanzee Trust), an NGO, is responsible for all aspects of the sanctuary. As our guest, you can have a half and full day trip to the sanctuary or an overnight at Ngamba Ecolodge to the sanctuary which provides an exceptional opportunity to closely observe these fascinating great apes in a unique setting.

Tilapia Fishing

Sport fishing has gained prominence in Uganda since the early 90’s and is among the top things to do in Uganda. Sport fishing is perfect for family bonding or getting together as a group of friends. One does not need to have any prior experience fishing in order to take part in this sport. In most cases, all one needs to do is join the company of experienced anglers where you will be taught a thing or two about the sport.

The Entebbe Botanical Gardens

The Entebbe Botanical Gardens established in 1898 are situated on the northern shores of Lake Victoria virtually on the equator. Experiencing an annual rainfall of 1623 mm and at an altitude of 1134 metres the gardens are set in 40.7 hectres. The gardens house a collection of species of plants of the tropical, sub-tropical and temperate zones, besides several shrubs and other plants regenerated naturally over the years.The collection as of 1998 numbered 309 species, 199 indigenous to Uganda, 122 with known medicinal value and 110 exotic. The gardens are

Kampala City Tour

Kampala is Uganda's national and commercial capital bordering Lake Victoria, Africa's largest lake. Hills covered with red-tile villas and trees surround an urban centre of contemporary skyscrapers. In this downtown area, the Uganda Museum explores the country's tribal heritage through an extensive collection of artefacts. On nearby Mengo Hill is Lubiri Palace, the former seat of the Buganda Kingdom.