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Uganda Active and outdoor Tours 2019/2020

1 Active and outdoor Tours with 13 Reviews

Highlights
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park - Game viewing in Uganda's finest reserve.
  • Kibale National Park - The best destination for chimp tracking.
  • Rwenzori Walk - An exciting day walk at the foothills of the majestic 'Mountains of the Moon'.
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Gorilla And Chimp Safari

Join us for a chance to see the incredible primates and wildlife of the Ugandan ... Read More
  • Starts /Ends Kampala/Entebbe Airport View Map
  • Operator Explore Active 4 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
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Uganda Tour Reviews

4.9 - Excellent Based on 13 customer reviews
Chimps and Gorillas Uganda Reviewed Tour: Chimps & Gorillas of Uganda
5 - Excellent
“A wonderful holiday with unforgettable experiences.”
Chimps and Gorillas of Uganda Reviewed Tour: Chimps & Gorillas of Uganda
5 - Excellent
“The main objective of the holiday was to see chimps and gorillas. The local organisation was well set up to see both of these and we had excellent sightings, and while nothing is certain, one would be very unlucky not to see them both. In addition we saw a lot of other animals including lions, giraffes, elephant, buffalo and various antelope. While this was not a dedicated bird watching trip we nevertheless saw and identified almost 170 species including such specialities as Crowned Crane, Finfoot and the weird, but much sought after, Shoebill Stork.”
Chimps and Gorilas of Uganda Holiday Reviewed Tour: Chimps & Gorillas of Uganda
4 - Very Good
“A busy trip to see unique animals and some interesting birds. Particularly good for primates. Quite a few early starts. Most accommodation in basic lodges. Food good. Local people friendly and willing to show us round. The holiday gave me an insight into how people live with basic amenities. Wonderful scenery, particularly towards the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The gorilla trek is tough and the advice to hire a porter to help you with the terrain is good to accept. I would definitely go on this holiday again.”
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