Mamaland's safari reports - A Uganda safari blog

A blog about safari in Uganda. Be inspired by pictures and reports about safari in Uganda with stories directly from the game-drives on the savanna and gorilla & chimps trekking in the forests as well as tips,information and news. Enter Uganda's Paradise Now!

Yesterday's birding experience

Our team out on a 3 week birding safari sent a greeting about yesterdays experience. 

They went on the "Royal Mile" on a quest for the Ituri Batis, Batis ituriensis and the Uganda Woodland Warbler, Phylloscopus Budongoensis. The "Royal Mile" is a well known birding spot in Uganda and was a must on this extensive birding safari. They then continued twitching for the Rare Papyrus endemics. The Papyrus Gonolek, Laniarius mufumbiri and the Great Swamp Warbler, Acrocephalus rufescens. Finishing off the day with dinner and the mandatory checklist of which birds had been seen. A great day in Uganda's birding paradise!


Take a look on our page about birding in Uganda for inspiration for your own adventure. 



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A taste of today's game-drive in Serengeti

It is always exciting to get pictures from our guides out on safari. Today Ahmd and his team who are out on our "Gorillas and Serengeti safari" explored the great Serengeti. During their game-drive they saw 3 leopards, 31 lions and 2 cheetahs as well as many other inhabitants of savanna. 

 Our 10-days Gorillas and Serengeti safari is a popular option for the ones who want to combine the best of two countries in one safari. Meeting the great apes, gorillas and chimpanzees, in Uganda and then continuing on to Tanzania along Lake Victoria to experience the great savanna of Serengeti and the natural wonder of Ngorongoro Crater.  

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A greeting from our safari team in Kidepo

Our guide Dona is taking a lovely German couple for our popular Uganda from North to South safari. They are enjoying a safari with culture and wildlife in a nice mix.

As Dona sends their greeting they have already ticked off "the big 5". Trekking rhinos at Ziwa rhino sanctuary and then seeing elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo in the remote Kidepo Valley National Park in the north of Uganda. An interesting cultural meeting with the Karamojong people finished off the fist part of the safari before they start the journey south-wards.  


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