Some of our Safaris
Queen Elizabeth National Park
We drive to you to Queen Elizabeth National Park make you enjoy afternoon game drive inside the park. The park is endowed with Uganda kobs, lions, leopards and many amazing creatures.
Lake Mburo National Park
This park is blessed with a lot of animals within her boundaries. It’s the only park in Uganda which harbors impalas. During game drives you will see plains zebra, one of the largest antelopes in Africa, lots of bushbuck, Defassa waterbuck and other several animals.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Come enjoy Gorilla tracking in Bwindi and chimp walking in Kibale. Meet our closest relatives in one trip. Once in a lifetime encounters with mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in the tropical rainforests of Uganda
Chobe National Park, Botswana
Chobe National Park has four distinct ecosystems, allowing for an incredibly diverse array of animal and bird life. In particular, the park’s Savuti Marsh offers one of Africa’s highest year-round concentrations of wildlife.
Kruger National Park, South Africa
Located in the northeast of the country on the Mozambique border, Kruger National Park is the most famous of all South Africa’s many game reserves. It is a good option for first-time visitors to Africa, with a wide choice of accommodation options.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania is made exceptional by its volcanic crater – the largest un-flooded and unbroken caldera in the world. This vast depression acts as a natural enclosure for countless wildlife species, including the Big Five.
Sipi Falls, Eastern Uganda
Located in Eastern Uganda on the border of Kenya, Sipi Falls is a romantic destination that features three distinct waterfalls and is named after the red “sep” flower that grows on the river banks. The three falls are consecutively 328 feet; 278 feet; and 246 feet tall.
Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda
At the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, Murchison Falls National Park lies in a park bisected by the Victoria Nile. The thundering cascade of water reaches 148 feet tall and then flows quietly across the rift valley floor into Lake Albert