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Uganda is a multicultural as well as a multi –lingual country made up of more than 40 tribes, each with its own cultures and traditions. In choosing to offer a cultural tour with us, you have the opportunity to observe that culture, history and the people of Uganda. This observation, where you can have the opportunity of participating as well allows you to enjoy activities like traditional dances, folk songs, poems on addition to the various social activities as shall be stipulated according to your interest and areas of concern.

Mountain Climbing

Mountain hiking/ climbing happens to be one of the oldest activities in tourism allover the globe. When it comes to East Africa, the activity became popular by the participation of western figures such as the Dukes.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, many people have come to Africa and East Africa in particular to join the world of challenges. Many have began with the smaller mountains like the Mgahinga on the Virunga ranges and are at the moment planning to face the challenge of the Kilimanjaro (Ca. 5800M above sea level)

Kampala City

Kampala is the capital city of Uganda and counts now a population of close to 4 million people during day and at least 1.7 million people at night. The city happens to be Uganda's main commercial as well as administrative city. It can be challenging if one chooses to go alone for the first time.
Other than that, Kampala city holds a lot as regards history, not only for Buganda as a Kingdom but also for Uganda as a country. It features in areas of religion, development, culture and tradition.


A camping safari can be one of the most exciting and adventurous safari one can have on the African Continent. It brings back memories of the nearly lost African culture of camp fire back to life in this modern generation.

A camping safari is like any of the wildlife safaris done in protected areas, differing only in the arrangements of accommodation. We encourage our esteemed and much treasured tourists to give us the golden opportunity of camping with you in the African and particularly the Ugandan wild.
Advantages of a camping safari

Uganda Home Experience

Exclusively and originally initiated by African Safari Masters, one can now have a chance of having a family in Uganda.
In this program, we offer out clients that never before found opportunity to observe Africa and its people at the closest range possible.

11 Days Uganda Safaris

Day One Arrival/Transfer to the hotel
Day Two
Entebbe/Kampala- Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary- Murchison Falls National ParkAfter breakfast, your guide will pick you up from your hotel and drive with him northwestwards to Murchison Falls National Park. You will stop at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, where you will be able, to do a walking safari to see the few Rhinos, which are being breed under the program of reintroducing the rhinos in Uganda National Parks.

3 Days Murchison Safaris

Day One Kampala/Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary/ Murchison Falls
Early morning drive from Kampala heading Northwest. Have a stop at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola to watch the Rhinos and thereafter proceed. You will have lunch either in Masindi or at the Rhino Sanctuary. Continue to Murchison Falls National Park, arriving in the evening.

3 Days Queen Elizabeth Safaris

Queen Elizabeth National Park has been designated a Biosphere Reserve for humanity under UNESCO auspice. The park together with Kyambura and Kigezi Wildlife reserve form one of the most diverse ecosystems in Africa . It is situated in the western arm of the Great Rift Valley and covers 1, from semi-deciduous tropical forest to green meadows savannah and swamps.

3 Days Gorilla Safaris

Day One Kampala- Bwindi
Early morning drive from Kampala heading southwest. You will have lunch enroute in Mbarara and later proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Dinner and Overnight in either Gorilla Forest Camp or Gorilla Resort or Engagi Lodge or Buhoma Community Bandas
Day Two Gorilla Tracking

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