Are you in Kampala and wondering which Uganda safari holidays you can take part in. Well, no worries, we bring you a list of activities you can do in Uganda starting from Kampala. Kampala capital is a gateway to all travel destinations in Uganda. In other words, most if not all safaris to Uganda start from Kampala. Whether you have a short or long trip, there is a suitable package for you. Nightlife in Kampala introduces you to the peaceful, friendly and welcoming peal of Africa. A city tour to different tourism spots within and around Kampala capital is the best start for your long Uganda safari. Kampala is a start point for all tourism experiences you ever wished for in Uganda. The list of Uganda safaris from Kampala includes among others:
Kampala city tour
A city tour within
and around Kampala introduced to the pearl of Africa. A day tour in Kampala takes you to explore different tourist spots, which include Gadaffi Mosque, Kabaka’s palace, Ba’hai Temple, Idi Amin’s Torture Chamber, Namirembe Cathedral, Owino Market, Kasubi Tombs, Uganda National Museum, Rubaga Cathedral, and shopping malls among others. Also, enjoy the nightlife in Kampala or clubbing and partying. The top clubs in Kampala include club Ambiance, Club Amnesia, Club Guvnor, Nyondo Club, Club Venom, Mask Lounge, and Club silk among others. These serve you with all kinds of drinks, snacks all accompanied by soft music to refresh your mind. Kampala city tour is normally done on the first of your Uganda safari.
Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale Forest National park
Driving time from Kampala to Kibale is roughly 5 hours drive. Enjoy a Uganda chimpanzee tour to Kibale Forest National park within the shortest time possible. An encounter with chimpanzees in their native habitat is undeniably one of the most done tourist activities, a not miss on your Uganda Safari. Kibale forest in kabalore district is a center of chimpanzee trekking sheltering over 5000 chimpanzees and other 12 primates. A 1-day chimpanzee trek in Uganda is enough to enjoy this once in a lifetime experience.
Jinja tour – visiting the source of the Nile River
Roughly 2 hours and 30 minutes drive from Kampala city,
,Jinja is one of the nearest destinations from Kampala. A day tour to Jinja offers you numerous activities which include a boat ride to the source of River Nile, white water rafting kayaking, bungee jumping and swimming among others. Also, Jinja trip entails horse riding via local farms and communities. Join a Kampala Jinja trip, discover the hidden jam of this city and enjoy your Uganda tour.
Lake Mburo National park
The park is roughly 4 hours drive from Kampala and hence nearest park from Kampala. Cist Lake Mburo park for game viewing, boat cruising, nature walks and horse riding in the shortest time possible. Travelers to Lake Mburo national park also visit local farms for milking experience.
Game viewing & launch cruise in Queen Elizabeth National park
It only takes 7 hours drive from Kampala to
Queen Elizabeth national park,Uganda’s second-largest park. A Uganda safari to Queen Elizabeth offers you best game viewing and boat cruise experience. Game driving in the open plains of the park looking out for elephants, buffalos, Topis, waterbucks, warthogs, Impalas, Uganda kobs, lions, Leopards and hippos among others. a launch cruise at kazinga channel offers you best views of birds on the river banks, wildlife in the park and the neighboring communities. The park is also home to tree-climbing lions. Tree Climbing Lions in Ishasha Sector in Ishasha sector south of the park. Join the experimental lion tracking experience in Kasenyi plains, which together make your safari a complete package rewarding you with a memorable experience.
Mountain Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National park
Enjoy a whole day from Kampala to Bwindi forest national park for the lifetime mountain gorilla experience. There is no doubt that gorilla trekking is the most done tour activity in Uganda which attracts the highest number of travelers from all over the world. The current tourist statics in Uganda shows that 90% of tourist arrivals in Uganda visit the endangered mountain gorillas in Bwindi Forest in southwestern Uganda.
In general, Uganda Safaris from Kampala offers you the best chance to explore the pearl of Africa. Join Uganda safaris from Kampala to Kibale Forest, Bwindi forest, Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth National park for memorable safaris.