The Ultimate Guide to Uganda Safaris


The Ultimate Guide To Uganda Safaris

It’s time to take you deep into the heart of Uganda’s enchanting landscapes, captivating wildlife, and vibrant cultures. Your Uganda safari is sure to be an experience that promises adventure, connection, and lifelong memories – and we’re here to help you find the answers to your questions.

From the best times to traverse its untamed terrains to unraveling the mysteries of gorilla trekking, let our comprehensive guide pave the way for your unforgettable expedition into the heart of East Africa’s hidden gem.


What Makes Uganda Safaris Unforgettable

Thinking about planning a Uganda safari? These are the moments you’re sure to remember long after your travels.


The Majesty of Mountain Gorilla Trekking

Come face-to-face with the awe-inspiring mountain gorillas. Witness their playful interactions and learn about their conservation in an experience that will leave an indelible mark on your soul.


Embark on Big 5 Safaris

Uganda’s diverse national parks offer a unique opportunity to witness the Big 5 – lions, elephants, buffalo, leopards, and rhinos – in their natural habitats.


Immerse in Spectacular Scenery

From the dramatic Rwenzori Mountains to the sprawling savannas, Uganda’s landscapes are a visual masterpiece. As you explore, you’ll find yourself immersed in breathtaking scenery that evolves with each turn, leaving you in awe of the natural wonders that abound.


Uncrowded and Unspoiled

Uganda is Africa’s hidden gem, offering the chance to explore pristine wilderness without the crowds.


The Warmth of the Ugandan People

Beyond its natural wonders, Uganda is renowned for the genuine warmth of its people. Engage in authentic interactions with locals, and be welcomed into communities with open arms.


Uganda Safaris: Fall In Love With The Landscapes

From misty mountain ranges and dense rainforests to vast savannas and serene lakeshores, Uganda’s tapestry of landscapes weaves an unparalleled story of diversity. This captivating blend sets Uganda apart, creating an African destination that offers a kaleidoscope of experiences found nowhere else on the continent.

You’ll experience a sampling of that diversity when you spend time in the following parks:

Bwindi Impenetrable & Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks

Live a once-in-a-lifetime moment with a mountain gorilla trekking adventure and witness these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

Murchison Falls National Park

Experience the awe-inspiring sight of the Nile River squeezing through a narrow gorge, creating a magnificent waterfall.

Kibale National Park

Delve into the world of chimpanzees and other primates during an exhilarating trek through lush forests.

Kidepo Valley National Park

Discover the untouched wilderness of Kidepo, known for its remote landscapes and diverse wildlife.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Embark on a classic safari and witness the abundance of wildlife that calls this park home.


Choosing the Perfect Time for Your Safari and Gorilla Trekking Adventure in Uganda

Nestled along the equator, Uganda boasts a climate of relatively steady temperatures throughout the year.

The months of January and February shine as the warmest periods, offering an average daytime range of 24°C to 33°C (75°F to 91°F).

Uganda Safaris During The Dry Seasons

The dry months of June to September and December to February are ideal for gorilla trekking, providing clearer paths and better visibility.

Aside from the drier days, there are other perks for choosing to do your Uganda safaris during the dry season, including:

Uganda Safaris During The Wet Seasons

In the southern regions, you’ll encounter two distinct Wet seasons. The first, from mid-September to November, and the second from March to May, bring forth refreshing rains.

Typical days during the rainy season may feature a small amount of rain in the morning that clears up, as it’s not dramatically different from the rest of the year. Plus, there are a number of ways your rainy season visit can feel even more special, including:

Lush Landscapes and Vibrant Flora

Traveling during Uganda's wet seasons grants you the privilege of witnessing the land come alive in a burst of lush greenery. The rains breathe new life into the landscapes, transforming them into a canvas of vibrant colors and enchanting sceneries.

Exclusive Wildlife Encounters

With fewer travelers during this time, you'll enjoy a sense of solitude and tranquility as you observe the animals in their natural habitats. Witnessing the animals coming out to play in the rain-soaked surroundings is a captivating sight, offering you a chance to observe their behaviors in a distinct setting.

Spectacular Birdwatching

The rains draw out a plethora of birdlife, including migratory species, adding vibrant flashes of color to the already stunning landscapes. Whether you're a seasoned birdwatcher or a casual admirer, you'll be captivated by the symphony of calls and the opportunity to spot a diverse range of species in their full splendor.

However, it’s essential to note that rainfall can surprise you at any time, even during the Dry season. Meanwhile, the northern areas experience an uninterrupted Wet season spanning from March to November, followed by a more discernible Dry season spanning from December to February.


Experience Uganda With One Of Our Best-Selling Uganda Safaris

As a Uganda-based tour operator with over a decade of experience planning Uganda safaris, we know it can be a little overwhelming when wondering where to start with such a big country. To inspire the start of your planning, we’re sharing three of our most popular Uganda safaris:

The Grace of the Mountain Gorilla Encounters

 4-Day Uganda Safari – Venture into the heart of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and meet the mountain gorillas face-to-face, a truly awe-inspiring experience.

rwenzori trekking hike

The Best Of Uganda

22-Day Uganda Safari – From mountain gorilla tracking in the mountains to Big Five animal spotting on the savannah; tree-swinging chimps to tree-climbing lions; the gentle source of the Nile to its thundering descent through Murchison Falls, you will truly get a sense of the variety that a Ugandan safari entails.

rwenzori trek

Gateway To Uganda

12-Day Uganda Safari – See the highlights of Uganda in this 12-day Uganda safari tour in one of our most affordable packages. This itinerary includes a wide range of Uganda’s stunning national parks, each with its own landscape and opportunities for diverse wildlife from white rhinos to mountain gorillas and cheeky chimpanzees.


Why Choose Kikooko Africa Safaris

At Kikooko Africa Safaris, we are more than just tour operators; we are stewards of East Africa’s natural and cultural treasures.

Our dedication to creating immersive, responsible, and impactful experiences sets us apart:

Local Expertise

We are a locally owned and operated Uganda safaris company based in Entebbe, Uganda.

Positive Impact

We ensure that your journey contributes to wildlife conservation and community development initiatives.

Tailored Experiences

We customize your safari to match your interests, ensuring every moment is unforgettable.

5-Star Service

What Our Travelers Have Said About Our Uganda Safaris

Uganda by Kikooko - a unique experience Uganda's tourist potential is vast and to a large degree unspoilt. Kikooko as a whole and our tour guide Alex in particular gave us a truly unforgettable insight into the wonders of this amazing country. We were treated as friends and got to see the amazing variety of flora and fauna, enjoyed great places to stay and eat and, above all, experienced the friendliness of the Ugandan people. Every detail of our journey was perfectly planned and organized, and Alex displayed his passion for his profession and the country. Great experience, excellent service, passionate people!
Safari Company with heart and soul I met the founder of Kikooko at the travel fair in Zurich and told him about my dreams of Uganda and the Gorillas. He arranged a wonderful overland journey for me that was filled with activities around wildlife and culture. The driver-guide was friendly and professional, his knowledge and helpfulness great. I could just relax and feel safe and comfortable allover the country. Also traveling alone as a woman was no problem at all. People in Uganda are friendly and openhearted. Most of the lodges that were chosen for me were situated at beautiful spots and with delicous food. I can highly recommand KIKOOKO as a professional, trustworthy Safari Company with heart and soul. January 24 / Claudia Fauser
Denise S.
Denise S.
Es gab so vieles zu entdecken und Neues zu lernen. Es war Abenteuer pur! Die Reiseplanung mit Warren erfolgte per Mail. Die geplante Reise dauerte 3,5 Wochen und beinhaltete eine Rundreise von Entebbe zum Kidepo Valley National Park, zu den Gorillas im Bwindi Impenetrable Park bis zum Queen Elizabeth Park und zurück nach Entebbe. Auf Wünsche und Änderungen gingen das Kikooko Team immer ein und machten diverse Abklärungen. Die ganze Planung ging sehr gut und nicht stressig auf. Das Programm war voll mit sehr schönen Abenteuern und Begegnungen, sowohl mit den Tieren als auch mit den Menschen und ihren Kulturen. Die Menschen sind sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit. Sehr beeindruckend fand ich, dass immer sehr freundlich gegrüsst und zugewunken wurde! Kinder riefen und winkten am Strassenrand, teilweise rannten sie uns nach. In diesen 3 Wochen versuchte ich einzelne Wörter zu lernen, da war Ivan ein guter Lehrer, aber es ist eine sehr schwierige Sprache! Ich lernte sehr viel über dieses Land. Während der Reise fühlte ich mich immer sehr gut aufgehoben und sicher. Allein als Frau zu reisen, ist kein Problem. Ivan war ein sehr guter Guide, weiss sehr viel über die Tierwelt und schätzt Situationen gut und sicher ein. Er hat einen sehr angenehmen Fahrstil und umsorgte mich sehr. Ich konnte mir für die Fotografie sehr viel Zeit nehmen und ging immer auf meine Bedürfnisse ein. Lodges: die verschiedenen Lodges waren gut ausgestattet und sauber. WLAN war vorhanden, aber war tw. sehr langsam, je nach Wetter. Bei Dunkelheit wurde man in gewissen Lodges, dort wo Grosstiere wie Nashörner, Hippos, Elefanten oder Löwen zu Hause sind, zur Sicherheit ins Zimmer begleitet. Auto: es ist ein stabiles Auto und hatte diverse schwierige Strassen gut gemeistert (natürlich auch mit den perfekten Fahrkünsten von Ivan!). Ivan hatte es immer sehr sauber gehalten und geputzt. Das Dach liess sich anheben, damit man einen sehr guten Rundumblick hatte und perfekt fotografieren konnte. WLAN wurde kostenlos angeboten, was ich so noch nie gesehen habe. Gerade bei längeren Fahrten konnte man zu Hause ein Update geben und ein paar "Bilderkostproben" im Status hochladen. Handy laden im Auto ist mit Ladekabel und Adapter möglich! Wasser ist jederzeit abfüllbar im Auto parat, dazu wurde am Anfang der Reise von Warren eine Wasserflasche geschenkt, was ein super sinnvolles Geschenk und Erinnerung ist. Süssgetränke, Bier usw. ist alles da. Geld: Schilling lässt sich bei der Ankunft wechseln und Ivan schaut auch, wo der beste Kurs ist. 200 Dollar habe ich gewechselt, aber es ist kein Problem, mit Dollar, Euro oder sogar mit CHF zu bezahlen. Kreditkarten kann leider nur an wenigen Orten verwendet werden. Für jede Leistung von Guides usw. sollte man Trinkgeld gegeben. Es gibt keine ungefähre Definition, wie viel man mindestens geben sollte, denn man gibt, was man möchte. Wenn man sehr zufrieden ist, dann gibt man entsprechend. Das macht es sehr schwierig. Fotografie: die Stromversorgung in den Lodges waren immer gut und alle Geräte konnten problemlos mit dem entsprechenden Adapter geladen werden. Mein 3-Beinstativ habe ich nie gebraucht, da ich sehr gut mit dem Einbein im Auto und auch sonst fotografiert habe und sehr gute Ergebnisse hatte mit dem Teleobjektiv. Gorillatracking: ein 4h Besuch lohnt sich SEHR! Die Zeit zählt ab dann, wenn die Gorillas entdeckt wurde. Da sollte definitiv nicht gespart werden! Erst erwachen sie, gehen fressen und dann ist Chillen angesagt. Das braucht seine Zeit und ich hätte bereut, wenn ich nach 1h wieder hätte gehen müssen. Es war ein unglaubliches Erlebnis!!! Der Silberrücken streifte langsam und dicht an mir vorbei, 180kg geballte Ladung Muskeln! Ja doch, ich hatte etwas wacklige Beine. Die Guides gehen jeden Tag zu den Gorillas und kennen jeden Einzelnen und "kommunizieren" laufend mit dem Silberrücken und er antwortet darauf. Faszinierend! Es gibt keinen Weg im Wald, nur sehr anstrengende und steile Hänge mit sehr vielen Büschen und Stolperfallen. Gamaschen empfehle ich sehr einzupacken. Bei den Schimpansen habe ich es nicht angezogen und hatte dann einige sehr grosse Ameisen unter meinem Shirt und anderen Orten. Sie sind extrem schnell und können ganz schön kneifen, sind aber nicht giftig. Da die Gorillas auf 2200 m Höhe zu Hause sind, wird es gegen Abend/ Nacht kühl. Regenzeit: es ist nicht wie in der Schweiz, wo es Tagelang regnet. Meistens gab es einen 15 min Regenguss und dann kam wieder die Sonne oder es regnete in der Nacht immer wieder. Der Regen war warm. Tiere und Landschaft: einfach sensationell - das muss man gesehen haben! The Big 5 und noch sehr viel mehr durfte ich sehen! Unbeschreiblich schöne Landschaften, von Savanne, Buschlandschaft bis zum Wald. Highlight: alles! Ich komme wieder!
Robert S
Robert S
Must visit Absolutely epic! Everything exceeded expectations! Came for the Gorillas and they very much delivered. Coordinated by Warren and guided/driven by Alex, they went above to deliver a trip of a lifetime
John S
John S
Gorilla adventure of a lifetime Brilliant trip everything was better than expected, I came hoping to see gorillas and they exceeded expectations as did every day. I couldn't recommend the team more highly.
Adam P
Adam P
Come with high expectations, and expect them to be surpassed! This was the most amazing 7 days. From the second we landed we were treated to an unforgettable visit. The staff from the company were so accommodating and made sure that everything we did was perfect. There is honestly nothing I would change about my trip.
....a lifetime expierience.... Wir haben Kikooko Africa Safaris auf einer Ferienmesse im Februar 23 kennengelernt. Danach haben wir eine Offerte angefordert, worin wir unsere Wünsche geäussert haben. Auf diese Wünsche wurde super eingegangen und nach einigen Mail/WhatsApp Wechseln mit dem Geschäftsteilhaber entstand unsere Reise. Denoch zögerten wir zuerst ein bisschen- da wir niemanden kannen, der schon mit Kikooko gereist wäre- haben dann aber dank den ausgezeichneten Rückmeldungen und Reaktionen auf Fragen unsererseits, beschlossen, Kikooko zu vertrauen. Der Kontakt zu Warren blieb bis zu unserer Reise hervorragend. Wann immer eine Frage auftauchte, bekam ich sie prompt beantwortet. Wir wurden auch bezüglich der Gorillatrekking Permits usw immer auf dem Laufenden gehalten. Dann endlich Start der Reise. Wir wurden vom Flughafen abgeholt und gleich von einem sehr angenehmen, vertrauenserweckenden Guide in Empfang genommen. Am nächsten Tag kam Warren sogar selber noch vorbei, um uns zu begrüssen. Wir wurden am ersten Tag perfekt ausgerüstet- mit einer LifeStraw Flasche , einem Notfalltelefon und einem Kästchen, mit welchem wir immer gratis WLAN hatten. Chris, unser Guide war einfach perfekt. Er hat unsere Reise einfach super organisiert, an alles gedacht und uns immer vorzu informiert. Zudem wusste er einfach alles über Land, Leute, Vegetation und Tiere- was auf immer wir fragten- Chris wusste eine Antwort. Zudem war seine Gesellschaft äusserst angenehm- ein richtig toller Mensch. Wir haben uns in seiner Gesellschaft immer gut aufgehoben und sicher gefühlt. Die Strassen waren nicht immer einfach zu befahren- entweder wegen Schlamm, Pfützen, Löchern oder wegen viel Verkehr, Tieren oder Menschen. Chris hat uns überallhin sicher geführt. Zudem ist er schon auf unsere Wünsche eingegangen, bevor wir sie geäusster haben - so kam es uns jedenfalls vor... Unsere Camps und Lodgen waren alle wunderschön-nicht nur die gehobeneren, sondern auch die einfacheren. Die Tiervielfalt in Uganda unglaublich- an viele Tiere kann man ganz nahe heran. Die Menschen sind offen, fröhlich und freundlich, die Landschaft unglaublich grün und vielfältig. Ganz spezielle und unglaubliche Erlebnisse waren natürlich das Gorillatrekking und Schimpansentrekking. Ein weiteres unvergessliches Erlebnis war der Besuch eines Dorfes- abseits jeglichen Tourismuses. Es war eine absolut unvergessliche Reise- einfach perfekt von A-Z. Vielen Dank Kikooko African Safaris- wir werden euch jederzeit und allen uneingeschränkt weiterempfehlen- und gerne wiederkommen um eine weitere Reise mit Chris zu unternehmen.... Das schwierigste wird nun für mich, die vielen vielen vielen tollen Fotos so auszusortieren, dass ich ein Fotobuch machen kann..... :-)
Sally D
Sally D
Beautiful Uganda An exceptional company that goes above and beyond to guarantee you have an excellent time in Uganda. Highly recommend!
Mick K
Mick K
Een bijzonder bedrijf met de de beste gidsen What an amazing group of people at this company. They are very proud of their beautiful country and realy want you to feel welcome. They go the extra mile to let you get in touch with the local customs and communities.
Ollie R
Ollie R
The only team to book for your Uganda trip Incredible experience from the moment we were picked up from the airport by Alex and Godfried. The team were always professional, reassuring and kind. They are a business that truly cares for its customers and they are right in what they say, arrive as strangers, leave as friends. Highly recommended!


Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions about what Uganda safaris are like? Here are quick answers to common questions we receive from travelers like you:

Safari costs vary based on itinerary, accommodations, and activities.  Here are some averages we have seen. Please keep in mind that these prices may vary based on specific itinerary details and the season of travel.


For Budget Camping Tours in Uganda, a private tour costs approximately $300 per person per day, while a group tour is priced at around $250 per person per day. 


If you prefer Budget Accommodation Safari Tours, the rates are approximately $275 per person per day for private tours and $225 per person per day for group tours. 


For a more comfortable experience, consider Mid-Range Accommodation Safari Tours, with private tours costing about $425 per person per day and group tours at $275 per person per day. 


Luxury Accommodation Safari Tours offer the ultimate experience, with private tours priced at approximately $600 per person per day and group tours at $550 per person per day. 


Contact us for personalized pricing.

Absolutely! Uganda's safaris offer a diverse range of activities, from gorilla trekking to cultural immersions and traditional game drives, making it a fantastic destination for a well-rounded safari experience.


  1. Mountain Gorilla Trekking - Uganda is renowned for its mountain gorilla encounters in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. These treks provide a unique opportunity to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.
  2. Big Five Safaris - While Uganda doesn't have all of the Big Five, it's home to lions, elephants, and buffaloes in Queen Elizabeth National Park, as well as rhinos in Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
  3. Cultural Experiences - Uganda's diverse ethnic groups offer rich cultural experiences. Visitors can engage in traditional dances, visit local villages, and learn about indigenous customs, such as the Batwa pygmies' heritage.
  4. Birdwatching - With over 1,000 bird species, including the rare shoebill stork, Uganda is a birdwatcher's paradise. Murchison Falls National Park and Kibale Forest National Park are excellent birding destinations.
  5. Chimpanzee Tracking - Kibale Forest National Park is famous for its chimpanzee tracking experiences, allowing you to observe these primates up close.
  6. Savannah Safaris - Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park offer savannah safaris where you can spot a variety of wildlife, including lions, leopards, giraffes, and hippos.
  7. Boat Safaris - Take a boat safari along the Nile River in Murchison Falls National Park or the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park to witness hippos, crocodiles, and a myriad of bird species.
  8. Scenic Landscapes - Uganda boasts stunning landscapes, from the Rwenzori Mountains to the crater lakes in Fort Portal, offering opportunities for hiking and photography.

The best months for a safari in Uganda largely depend on your interests and the type of experience you're seeking. However, generally speaking, the best time to visit Uganda for a safari is during the dry seasons, which provide better wildlife viewing opportunities and more comfortable conditions for travel.


June to September (Dry Season): This period is considered the peak safari season in Uganda. The weather is generally dry and pleasant, and wildlife is concentrated around water sources, making it easier to spot. It's an excellent time for gorilla trekking, as the forest trails are less muddy.


December to February (Dry Season): Another dry season occurs in December through February, making it a great time for safaris. The weather is warm, and wildlife is active. Birdwatching is particularly rewarding during this time.


Shoulder Seasons (March to May, October to November): These months mark the transition between the wet and dry seasons. While there might be occasional rain, it's a good time for budget travelers, as prices tend to be lower, and fewer tourists visit during these periods. Wildlife can still be seen, and landscapes are lush and green.


It's important to note that Uganda's climate can vary across the country, so conditions may differ in different regions. Additionally, gorilla permits, which are essential for gorilla trekking, should be booked well in advance (we recommend six months). Regardless of the time of year you plan to visit, as they are in high demand.

Uganda is home to a diverse range of safari parks and reserves, each offering unique wildlife and landscapes. There are 10 major national parks and several other wildlife reserves and sanctuaries: Here are the primary safari parks and reserves in Uganda:


Murchison Falls National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Kibale Forest National Park

Semuliki National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park

Lake Mburo National Park

Rwenzori Mountains National Park

Mount Elgon National Park


In addition to these national parks, there are numerous wildlife reserves and sanctuaries across the country, such as Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary and Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve. These areas are dedicated to the conservation of specific species or ecosystems.

Uganda and Kenya both offer incredible safari experiences, but the choice between them depends on your specific interests and preferences. Uganda is renowned for its unique gorilla trekking opportunities in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, which provide an intimate encounter with mountain gorillas. It's a destination for travelers seeking a more diverse range of wildlife and adventurous trekking experiences. Uganda also offers lush landscapes, birdwatching, and cultural interactions with local communities.


On the other hand, Kenya is famous for its classic savannah safaris in iconic parks like the Maasai Mara, Amboseli, and Tsavo. The Great Migration, one of the world's most spectacular wildlife events, occurs in the Maasai Mara, drawing visitors to witness massive herds of wildebeest and zebras crossing the plains. Kenya offers a broader range of the Big Five and is well-suited for traditional game drives and photography.


Ultimately, the choice between Uganda and Kenya depends on whether you prioritize gorilla trekking and a more diverse range of experiences (Uganda) or the classic African savannah safari and the Great Migration spectacle (Kenya). Consider your wildlife interests, budget, and preferred activities to make the best decision for your safari adventure.

When it comes to value for money and affordable safari experiences, Uganda stands out as an excellent choice in Africa. Uganda offers a unique combination of sought-after wildlife encounters, stunning landscapes, and cultural experiences, all at a comparatively lower cost than some of its neighboring countries.


Uganda is particularly known for its exceptional gorilla trekking opportunities in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. While gorilla permits in Uganda are not the cheapest, they are more affordable than those in Rwanda, making Uganda a top choice for budget-conscious travelers seeking this once-in-a-lifetime experience.


Moreover, Uganda offers Big Five safaris in parks like Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park, where you can spot lions, elephants, buffaloes, and more, all without breaking the bank. The country's diverse range of wildlife, including chimpanzees, offers excellent value for wildlife enthusiasts.


Uganda's budget-friendly accommodations, friendly local communities, and numerous affordable activities, such as birdwatching and cultural interactions, make it a top-value destination for those looking to enjoy an unforgettable safari without the premium price tag.

Mountain gorilla trekking is a remarkable wildlife experience, and it is available in two African countries: Rwanda and Uganda. These countries are home to the endangered mountain gorillas and have established conservation efforts to protect and conserve these incredible primates while offering tourists the opportunity to observe them in their natural habitat.


Rwanda, specifically Volcanoes National Park, is known for its well-organized and accessible gorilla trekking experiences. Trekkers can enjoy relatively comfortable hikes through the lush forests to encounter gorilla families.


Uganda, with Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, is another fantastic destination for mountain gorilla trekking. Uganda's parks provide a more diverse range of gorilla trekking options, including habituated gorilla groups and a variety of landscapes to explore.


It's worth noting that while the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is also home to mountain gorillas, it is currently not available for tourists due to security concerns and political instability in the region. Therefore, Rwanda and Uganda are the primary and safest choices for those seeking this extraordinary wildlife adventure.


How We Make Your Uganda Safaris Experience Unique

We believe that every traveler is unique, and your Uganda safari should reflect your individual preferences and desires. Our team is here to assist you in creating a tailor-made itinerary that captures your interests and captures the essence of this captivating destination.

Design Your Itinerary

Dream big and let your imagination run wild. Whether you envision encountering gorillas in the mist, exploring diverse landscapes, or immersing yourself in local culture, we'll help you shape your ideal itinerary.

Personalize Your Experience

Our experts are skilled at transforming your vision into a reality. We'll work closely with you to ensure that every detail aligns with your preferences, from accommodations to activities.

Adjust to Your Budget

Your Uganda safari is an investment in unforgettable memories. We understand the importance of budgeting, and our team is skilled at creating experiences that match your financial comfort without compromising on quality.

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Kikooko Africa Safaris is more than a travel agency; we’re your partners in creating exceptional experiences.

Your journey begins from the moment you inquire with us. Let’s embark on this adventure together, shaping a safari that reflects your interests, suits your budget, and captures the essence of East Africa’s vibrant landscapes and cultures.

Get in touch today to start planning your personalized Uganda safari.

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