AFRICAN ADVENTURE TRAVELLERS is a Ugandan based African safari adventure tours & travels company reputed to organizing quality and affordable tours & safaris in Uganda, and Rwanda and can extend into Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
We offer a range of tours & safari packages including gorilla trekking safaris in Uganda and Rwanda, chimpanzee tours in Uganda & Rwanda, wildlife safaris in Uganda and East Africa, primates tours, hiking and mountaineering expeditions, cultural experiences, family holidays and a range of outdoor adventure activities.
We organize both private and scheduled group safaris and tours, that we categorize as: budget, mid-range & luxury to cater for all travellers.
We have a range of tailored Uganda safari & tour packages that you can choose from depending on your preferences. Alternatively, our expert safaris and tours consultants shall guide you to come up with a package that fits your budget, travel time & preferences. Our consultants boast of more than 10 years of experience & extensive knowledge of operating quality tours and safaris to Uganda & the great lakes region of East Africa.
Experience Uganda's major highlights including safaris in Queen Elizabeth National Park and thereafter gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
This package includes safaris in Uganda's biggest national park, Murchison Falls National Park, and thereafter a memorable chimpanzee tracking experience in Kibale National Park and finally the gorilla trekking in Bwindi National Park.
This package includes exciting wildlife experiences in Murchison Falls National Park & Queen Elizabeth National Park and finally the gorilla experience in Bwindi National Park.
In 1908 when Sir Winston Churchill travelled to Africa, he was so impressed by the incredible natural beauty he found only in
Uganda - the beautiful scenery, a profusion of brilliant wildlife, a great weather, a rich and ancient culture and the sheer variety.
He then called it the
Pearl of Africa.
Amazingly Uganda is still as beautiful & natural as Sir Winston first found it over hundred
years ago. It is still pure & untouched, one country that has not been affected by mass tourism, & offering that ultimate
off the beaten track feel that every traveler looks for in an African adventure.
It is no wander Lonely Planet chose it the number one destination to travel for the year 2012.
Wildlife - Nature lovers & wildlife enthusisats are in for a treat!. Uganda is a country of varied habitats ranging from tropical rainforest, thickets, swamps, lake shores to savanna & open grassland. This has made it possible for various birds & mammals to find suitable habitat in Uganda. Our checklist of birds is 1057 species, IUCN has recognized 8 as endangered, 14 vulnerable and 7 near-threatened. While 343 mammal species been recorded, 133 are classified as large mammals and 210 small (bats, rats, mice, shrews, otters, etc...)
Safaris - Uganda has 10 national parks & each one offers different specialized activities or a combination of them, in addition to bird watching. Gorilla tracking is done in Bwindi National Park & Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Three mountain national parks, Rwenzori, Elgon & Mgahinga offer mountain climbing. Big game viewing is mostly in savanna parks which include Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, Lake Mburo, & Kidepo Valley National Parks. Sport fishing & boat trips are offered in Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth & Murchison. Nature walks are offered by all the National Parks.
Loads of Adventure - Uganda is home of the famous River Nile, the longest river on earth. The Nile offers a life time of adventures
including up to grade 6 white-water rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, canoeing, jet boating, river surfing & lots of more.
Trekkers & hikers can take on the snow capped & UNESCO World Heritage-listed Rwenzori Mountains, famously known as the
the Mountains of the Moon, with stunning views of the equatorial mist from top.
For more treks there is the Mt Elgon & the dramatic Virunga Volcanoes of Mgahinga National Park.
Security & stability - Uganda has had a torrid past of bloody conflicts & civil wars that still lingers in minds of many of travelers. It has since stepped out of this dark past and for last six or so years has been one of the most secure nations on the African continent. Kampala, Uganda's capital is rated among the safest cities in Africa.