Uganda Tours offers Gorilla Trekking Safaris, Primates Safaris & Wildlife Tours in Uganda, Rwanda & DRC Congo
Enjoy bespoke tours in Uganda that combine gorilla and wildlife safaris. We aim at providing private or group tours in Uganda and all based on luxury, mid-range and budget Eco – friendly safari camps and lodges. We run Uganda safaris from 1-20 travelers and more can be accommodated. Enjoy all our special Uganda gorilla tours that are listed on our home page and discover Lake Victoria unspoiled beaches and sport tourism along the River Nile like Kayaking, White water rafting, Bungee jumping. Uganda tours offers community based tourism and much more experiences and enjoy life exchanging expeditions. Visit about Us and read more………..
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Who we are?
We offer amazing Ugandan wildlife safaris and mountain gorilla treks. We use a modern, custom-built fleet of four-wheel drive Land Cruisers with open top-ups for easy observation and photo experiences. Vehicles are fitted to provide comfort with large windows and windscreens for complete game viewing, plus added room for those with cameras with big lenses, tripods to take photos. The open top-up offers plenty of room for overhead game viewing for up to 3 passengers.
We offer some of the best eco – friendly accommodation facilities in East Africa. And aside from our commitment to ensuring you have a wonderful safari, we also engage in conservation campaigns in schools, local communities and regional projects, and welcome donors and volunteers from all walks of life.
Nature Adventure Africa Safaris Ltd is the leading safari company with experts in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. One of our core values is respecting the Earth. We practice this at all levels, including in our office and field operations, where we try to minimize our footprint through conducting safaris with manageable gorilla trekking tours and wildlife experiences in Eco – friendly safari camps and lodges that blends with nature, all while using reasonable safari vehicles to meet the carrying capacities of national parks. While our work is primarily in Uganda, Rwanda, and the DRC, we hope to expand to Kenya and Tanzania.