Chimpanzee sat in a tree in Uganda
On our Uganda tours you can immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of this verdant East African country. Known for its abundant primate populations, Uganda is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts seeking encounters with the critically endangered Mountain Gorillas, as well as chimpanzees and golden monkeys. In addition to primate adventures, Uganda offers the opportunity to trek for rhinos at Ziwa, a thrilling experience that allows you to witness these magnificent creatures up close. Another sought-after sighting is the unique tree climbing lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park, a truly remarkable sight.
Uganda’s water attractions are equally captivating, with Sipi Falls, the powerful Murchison Falls, the picturesque Kazinga Channel, the vast Lake Victoria, and Jinja, the source of the Nile River. These stunning water features provide a striking contrast to the majestic scenery of the Rwenzori mountains, Bwindi National Forest, and Kibale National Park.
Whether you are a wildlife lover or an avid hiker, Uganda is a must-visit destination. Uganda Tours ensures that both of these activities are at the heart of their itineraries, allowing you to witness the remarkable diversity of wildlife and explore the awe-inspiring landscapes of this extraordinary country.

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When is the best time of the year to visit?

Uganda is based along the equator so has a consistent temperature and a steady 12 hours of daylight throughout the year, making it a great place to visit in any month. The low season months are October, November, April and May and this is purely because these tend to be the months with a higher level of rainfall. As the most popular activities in Uganda are focussed around hiking the majority tend to avoid the rainy months - although October and November are actually our favourite months to visit as everywhere is just quieter, and the gorillas can actually be more active during the rains!