Are you searching for a genuine list of tour operators in Uganda? I always tell tourists that safari companies greatly determine how your entire safari will be. If you book your safari with any of the inexperienced Uganda tour operators or travel agencies then your safari is likely to be substandard in terms of arrangements and services offered.

Always ensure you book your safari with one of the best Uganda safari operators and be assured of the best services, customer care, and of course help in case of any uprising.

Why visit Uganda?

Uganda is the land of the rare endangered mountain gorillas open for tourists to trek the jungle forests to see gorillas up-close in the wild. From the recent gorilla census, Uganda has over 650 mountain gorillas which is the highest number compared to Rwanda and Congo

Uganda is home to 2 gorillas national parks – Bwindi national park and Mgahinga national park, hence offering the highest number of gorilla permits, and gorilla habituation experience. For visitors planning to visit gorillas in the wild, Uganda offers cheaper gorilla permits compared to Rwanda with a great chance to spot the gorillas on a single trek to the gorillas in Bwindi or Mgahinga forest

Uganda offers an affordable gorilla permit at USD700 in both Bwindi forest and Mgahinga. Rwanda gorilla permit costs USD1500. Tourists can easily cross to Uganda from Kigali for gorilla trekking taking advantage of the cheap gorilla permit price.

Uganda boosts so much wildlife in over 14 Uganda national parks offering so much wildlife for safari. Atypical safari in Uganda includes; chimpanzees, mountain gorillas, over 1000 bird species, lions, elephants, hippos, giraffes, rhinos, zebras, golden monkeys

Uganda is at the forefront of gorilla conservation with great efforts to save Uganda’s mountain gorillas and also empower the poor communities living around the national parks and wildlife reserves. Through revenue generated from gorilla tourism, mountain gorillas are well managed with gorilla doctors keeping them healthy. Today, gorilla numbers have rose up to 1020 according to the recent mountain gorilla census and the number of gorillas is looking better.

Uganda is safe to visit for all types of people. Ugandans are very friendly, happy, and homely people always ready to help. It’s always easy for tourists to adapt to Uganda’s traditional cultural experiences.

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