Uganda stands for a spectacular yet undiscovered wildlife and this makes the country a great destination to experience wildlife viewing in both forest and savannah parks. Not to be missed is gorilla tracking in Bwindi and chimp tracking in Kibale Forest.

With ten national parks characterized with Rift Valley landscapes and tropical forests, the country is a dramatic backdrop to an extensive variety of fauna. The parks offer ‘traditional’ savanna safaris along with boat tours, forest hikes, and mountain climbing and wildlife research activities. Explore Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, Kidepo Valley and Lake Mburo. With more mammal than any park in Uganda, Queen Elizabeth offers the greatest variety; however, Murchison Falls offers the larger mammals in greater concentration and also giraffes, which aren’t found at Queen Elizabeth. At both parks you’re very likely to encounter the elephants, buffaloes, hippos, bushbucks and kobs; and, although it’s not so easy to spot predators, with a bit of luck you’ll also see lions and leopards. Take on Bwindi’s “impenetrable forest” to encounter the world endangered species of Mountain Gorillas.

If you are looking for local tour company to contact in Uganda for wildlife safari, then look no further than Prime Safaris and Tours .The experienced professional guides and the vast knowledge that is possessed by its reservation staff is enough to organize any wildlife safari package both in Uganda and other neighboring countries. The fleet of comfortable safari vehicles and the broad selection of all categories of lodges ranging from luxury /Upmarket to Mid-range/Standard and Budget/basic blend to provide ultimate wildlife safari experience to all our lovely visitors.