Track Gorillas, Chimpanzees & Much More in a Small Country That's Big on Wildlife
Our collection of Uganda accommodations includes only smaller, intimate luxury camps and lodges, each chosen for its authenticity, personalized experience and proximity to the region’s best wildlife encounters. You won’t find large commercial lodges and hotels among our offerings. Explore the options and call 800-543-8917 to discuss details with one of our Adventure Specialists.
Uganda safaris typically begin and end in Entebbe, near the international airport. The city on Lake Victoria was a former British colonial administrative center. The National Botanical Gardens, laid out in 1898, are a must-see here.
The turbulent Victoria Nile plunges 140 feet over a sheer wall at Murchison Falls. Safari lodges offer boat trips to the base of the falls, as well as superb wildlife and birdwatching along the calmer stretch of river below.
Our dramatically situated lodges near the lush tropical forest of Kibale enjoy sweeping views of volcanic crater lakes and the snowcapped Mountains of the Moon – with access to some of the best chimpanzee viewing in Africa.
Within this park's mosaic of diverse habitats, including wetlands, woodlands and prime grazing savanna, our safari lodges offer game drives, forest walks, chimp tracking, birdwatching and boat trips on the hippo-filled Kazinga Channel.
Named for the dense forest it encompasses, Bwindi is home to roughly half the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. Remote, intimate camps enjoy outstanding proximity to gorilla tracking, as well as to chimpanzees, monkeys and forest elephants.