Wild Discoveries Safaris Uganda
Wild Discoveries Safaris is a major player in providing Uganda-Rwanda Safaris and is trusted by many that have used our day tours, savanna and wildlife safaris, gorilla adventures, primate trekking tours and romantic holiday tours. We pride ourselves in selling top destinations in East Africa but mostly Uganda-Rwanda Safaris, the ‘pearl of Africa’.
Uganda tourism has risen once again with major travel reviewers like CNN, Jovago and Lonely Planet listing Uganda as one of the world’s top destination, polishing a glint back into the ‘pearl of Africa’. Travelers are streaming in to explore what is basically the best of everything the continent has to offer. For a relatively small country, there’s a lot that’s big about the place. It’s home to the tallest mountain range in Africa, the source that feeds the world’s longest river and the continent’s largest lake. And with half the remaining mountain gorillas residing here, as well as the Big Five to be ticked off, wildlife watching is huge…read about us.
Uganda Safaris /Tailor-made Tour Packages
Tailor-made Gorilla Trekking Safaris
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The great African continent has for millennia been a kaleidoscope of wildlife arenas. Desert, jungle, rivers and mountains merge together to create one of the world’s most variegated regions.
East Africa – This is where your love affair with Africa will hold and never to let go. Wildlife (big cats especially) and wilderness rank among the grand passions of East Africa Safaris and it is here that you’ll see lions on the march, cheetahs on the hunt, leopards on a kill, where you come so close to elephants, black & white rhinos and the magnificent mountain gorillas that you’ll reach out to touch them.
And this is the home of Maasai friends, Karimojong and Batwa who’ll give you hope that the old ways can survive.