Come for a Uganda Safari with Mamaland Safaris
Choose Mamaland Safaris for a Uganda Safari tailor-made to your wishes, time-frame and budget. Be inspired by itineraries, Safari Blog and pictures. We are a leading local tours and travel company based in Kampala Uganda at the heart of East Africa and we offer tailor-made safaris. A Uganda safari with us can include game-drives on the savannas, bird-watching, chimps & gorilla trekking, community tourism, relaxation and much more. We cater for private trips as well as groups. We mainly do safaris in Uganda but can also arrange tours including Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania. To better prepare your vacation or business trip please take some time to navigate our website and then contact us so that we can help you to plan for your safari. Based on your wishes, time-frame and budget we help you to put together a tailor-made safari. Enter Uganda's paradise now!
Birding Uganda Section - Explore Uganda's birding paradise with us. Take a look at our Birding Uganda section for birding itineraries, pictures and information.
Safari Blog - Read our blog, Mamaland's safari reports, for inspiration on what is possible when on safari in the Pearl of Africa .
Gorilla trekking package
Go with us to meet the gentle giants of the misty mountains, an amazing experience to carry with you for the rest of your life.
Activities during a Uganda safari
Uganda has both the primates of the forest, the animals of the savanna and an abundance of birds so a trip here can be varied. Take a look at our example itineraries to see what is possible. Groups of both Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees have been habituated for tourists to visit them and it is an unforgettable experience to walk through the forest and finally spot them. In combination with this we have National Parks with animal rich savannas, here you can take a boat-cruise, go for a safari walk or go for a game-drive to see elephants, lions, zebras and giraffes. For the more adventurous tourist rafting on the Nile or hiking in the Rwenzori Mountains or on Mount Elgon are possibilities. In all our safaris a community and cultural aspect can be incorporated through for example visiting a school, seeing a performance of cultural dance or seeing the Kasubi Tombs. If you have a special interest the safari can be built up around it, such as bird-watching.