Uganda, the 'Pearl of Africa' has a lot to offer its visitors.
Gorilla trekking is the main anchor for drawing in tourists to Uganda, but the country offers so much more, from their adventure capital of Jinja, exploring National Parks and the organised chaos of Kampana; the country’s capital, there is something for everyone.
Uganda is an all year-round destination in terms of weather, however April – May and October – November is their wet season, leaving mountain trekking difficult.
Yellow fever vaccination is usually required, and it's best to go to your GP to get a full list of shots as they can vary from time to time. Roll-ons and sprays to ward of mosquitos and malaria tablets are also a good idea.
it is required for you to have a visa to travel to Uganda. You can get one online with iVisa.
Yes. If you've pre-booked a tour, our trusted partners go to great lengths to ensure the safety of tourists, and the wildlife tourism has been booming in Uganda for years thanks to it's great track record with tourist safety.