wild games safaris

Wild Trails safari programs have been developed in conjunction with the safari outfitters who are dedicated to conserving Africa’s precious and unique resources.
Our Gorilla tracking in Uganda is one of the most quintessential experiences of tracking mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Gahinga forest.
The adrenaline kicks in when you’re up close to the imposing figure of a silverback.
Our safaris take you to Uganda’s national parks that boast different kinds of animals. Murchison Falls is Uganda’s largest national park where you can follow up your morning wildlife drive with a cruise on the Nile to the base of the falls, the perfect way to spy elephants, buffalo, crocs and loads of hippos while you relax with a beer on the boat. Head to Queen Elizabeth national park for a better chance of spotting the elusive leopard or otherwise its trademark tree-climbing lions. Few of our tourists make it as far north as Kidepo Valley, but those who do are rewarded with not only the best selection of animals in Uganda tours, but some of the most spectacular scenery in Uganda a country found in Africa. And if you’re hoping to tick off the Big Five, add Ziwa rhino Sanctuary to your itinerary to get up close to white rhino, which you track on foot.
Uganda is gifted by nature, it has some beautiful spots for resting up.
The magical Lake Bunyonyi has intoxicating views where the mist hangs low over terraced hillsides and dugout canoes glide through the still waters.
Ssese Islands in the oceanic-sized Lake Victoria is where you’ll find some of the finest white sand beaches and burning sunsets, the kind of place you will want to seek out a hammock and bring a good book.
Then there’s stunning Sipi falls in eastern Uganda, which is earning a reputation for its uninhibited views of the crashing waterfalls. Don’t miss the coffee tours, where you’ll be shown the end-to-end process at a local coffee

plantation, culminating with a delicious steaming cup while watching the sun set over banana plantations.
The source of the Nile is a magnet for white water rafting enthusiasts where you can plunge down Grade-5 rapids or otherwise kayak or try the white-knuckle jet boat ride.
Those who prefer a different kind of plunge can opt for bungee jumping by Bujagali Falls.
Trekkers can test their endurance tackling the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Rwenzori. Mountains, evocatively described as the ‘mountains of the Moon’ with stunning views of the equatorial mist as your reward at the top. For more treks try Mount Elgon National Park or the dramatic Virunga volcanoes where the borders of Uganda, Congo and Rwanda converge.