Big game (short) drive: The amazing luxury safari experience for Kate and Ann Wroblewski.
It was a fun filled moment for Kate and her grandmother Ann as they ventured out to explore the magnificent wildlife on a game drive and boat cruise in Murchison Falls National Park.
A fantastic capture & rare bucketlist moment for David Cole and his mum on a recent safari with Adyeri Creations @treeclimbinglions. Its not an everyday affair that travelers to Queen Elizabeth National Park get to see a full pride of tree climbing lions up in the trees.Read More
Gazetted in 1993, Semuliki National Park lies in the Semuliki Valley northwest of Fort Portal. Formerly a forest reserve, the 220 square kilometer park is virtually untouched by development of any sort making it a great place to spend a few days just relaxing and exploring. The park shares its unique ecosystem with the Ituri Forest, across the Semuliki River in the Democratic Republic of Congo.Read More
The Semliki valley is set at the base of the Albertine Rift west of Fort Portal, the spectacular valley is hemmed in by Lake Albert to the north and by the Semliki River along the Congolese border, while the Rwenzori foothills protrude into it from the south to create two geographically discrete and ecologically divergent sectors. Northwest of the Rwenzori, the Toro-Semliki Wildlife Reserve protects a tract of moist woodlands running towards the marshy southern shores of Lake Albert. The National Park, whose affinities with the contagious Congolese rainforest are reflected by the presence of dozens of birds and other creatures found nowhere else in Uganda.Read More
Rwenzori Mountains are protected in a 996km2 that runs along the Congolese border between Semliki valley and Queen Elizabeth National Park. The ranger’s upper slope constitute an aptly lunar landscape of bare black roots and tussock moorland studied with surreal giant lobelias and groundsels, while the lower contours are swathed in a tangled jungle inhabited by shy forest elephants and chimpanzees. Above all this, towering to a maximum altitude of 5,109m, a series of craggy black peaks is coated in permanent equatorial snow and ice.Read More
On the floor of the great African western Rift Valley, the Kyambura river flowing into the valley over millions of years has carved a deep gorge between the valley walls and the Kazinga channel. An underground riverine forest here is home to a wide range of wildlife including chimpanzees. A nature walk into the gorge is an experience of dramatic change from the savanna grassland to lush forest.Read More
Arguably the only true wilderness facility in Uganda and the only lodge actually set with in the park’s Ishasha sector, the excellent camp is carved into the riparian forest along the Ntungwe River and located in the thick of the wildlife action.Read More
Mweya safari lodge is located on the peninsula in the heart of Queen Elizabeth national park it is almost compete surrounded by water with a join dropping view of the kazinga channel, the channel that connects Lake George to Lake Edward.Read More
The old Nkuringo community campground is unrecognizable in its new private run incarnation as a borderline upmarket lodge whose rooms have generous dimensions, vibrant décor and the homely atmosphere, the lodge remains the most stunning site with views north across Bwindi towards Buhoma village, Lake Edward and the Rwenzori, & the Virungas to the south.
The lodge has sweeping views of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park - a 124-square-mile site home to approximately 350 mountain gorillas (half of the world's remaining population), non-habituated chimpanzees, more than 100 other species of mammals, 346 species of birds, 200 butterfly specie, 50 Amphibians and Reptiles and 163 species of treesRead More
The Lake Kitandara camp is located just outside Bwindi Forest Impenetrable National park gate adjacent to the good –looking Forest with great primates. The camp favors luxurious guests with entertainment that is got from the sweet birds. The environment is so conducive and friendly to all tourists.Read More
The lodge is ideally situated near the beginning of the gorilla trekking and birding routes and excursions on offer to guests. The lodge's main area is ideal for all fresco dining, with a quaint wraparound patio; however whether this is possible is largely dependent on the weather. Guests can expect 8 stone and thatch suites, all of which provide large en suite bathrooms and a balcony terrace that looks out upon the Bwindi treetops, affording guests excellent forest views. There is also a presidential suite on offer, which provides views of the river. In all rooms there are power sockets and beds are protected from unwanted guests by mosquito nets which wrap around the entire bed.Read More
Bwindi jungle Lodge is located on Lake Mulehe about 10km from Kisoro town along the road to Rubuguli, about 20km from the Southern gate of Bwindi National Park in Rushaga and Nkuringo. The lodge was constructed using the local volcanic stones and timber. On the entry into the lodge is the restaurant and bar as well as the fire place. The main building also has a verandah overlooking the Lake and the design and architecture utilize the local tradition of volcanic.Read More