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Uganda & Rwanda Safari Holidays

Join one of our expert led safaris and venture deep in to the misty forests of Uganda’s Bwindi National Park or Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park to see the endangered mountain gorilla in its natural environment. One of the greatest wildlife experiences in the world.

With FREEDOM you can book everything in one place, including your flights, gorilla safari, extra nights in Uganda or Rwanada or even a few days on the beach after your adventure.

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Safaris & Holiday Ideas

You can book these safaris and holiday ideas as they are or part of a tailor made itinerary. Just speak with our team.

Gorillas Through The Mist Photographing Gorillas

Gorillas Through The Mist

Volcanoes National Park | Kigali

Safari Adventure 3 days from £2539
Bwindi By Air Gorilla Sighting

Bwindi by Air

Kampala | Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Fly-In Safari 4 days from £2425
Visit five parks Highlights Of Uganda Bwindi Gorillas

Highlights of Uganda

Murchison Falls | Kibale Forest | Queen Elizabeth National Park | Bwindi | Lake Mburo

Small Group Safari 11 days from £4385
Gorilla, Rwanda

Gorillas & Game

Manyara | Tarangire | Serengeti | Ngorongoro | Volcanoes National Park

Holiday Idea 10 days from £4395
Highlights Of Uganda Murchison Falls

Uganda Safari & Beach

Murchison Falls | Kibale Forest | Queen Elizabeth National Park | Bwindi | Indian Ocean

Holiday Idea 16 days from £4735

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Uganda & Rwanda

These land locked East African countries provide two of the few remaining natural habitats of the endangered mountain gorilla. Tracking these beautiful, intelligent primates is one of the continent’s most spell binding and memorable experiences.

But, as well as gorilla trekking, Uganda and Rwanda offer a truly engaging African culture, stunning mountain and jungle scenery and plenty of other game viewing opportunities.

The Pearl of Africa

Uganda with its misty rainforests, snow peaked mountains, impressive lakes and open savannah was described by Winston Churchill as the ‘Pearl of Africa’. In the far south west of the country, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a realm of dense jungle covered peaks reaching up to 8500 feet and home to nearly half of Africa’s remaining mountain gorilla population. Few experiences can rival being close to and observing a mighty silverback in its natural habitat.

Away from Bwindi, some of Uganda’s other parks are well worth a visit, including Murchison Falls where the White Nile crashes through a narrow gorge to plunge 140 feet.

Kibale Forest is regarded as one of the best places on the continent to track wild chimpanzees, whilst Queen Elizabeth National Park’s wide range of habitats are home to plains animals, hippo, leopard and lion.

Land of a Thousand Hills

Rwanda is Uganda’s smaller southern neighbour and is known as ‘the Land of a Thousand Hills’ because of its conical mountain scenery. Just two hours’ drive from the capital, Kigali, Volcanoes National Park is one of the few other remaining refuges for the mountain gorilla. The area was brought to prominence by Dian Fossey who dedicated many years studying these fascinating primates before writing ‘Gorillas in the Mist’.

Our Africa Experts have travelled all over the continent and can help you plan an unforgettable adventure.

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