“Travel is the main thing you purchase that makes you more extravagant.” We, at “Private Trip Uganda”, swear by this and put stock in satisfying travel dreams that make you perpetually rich constantly. We are a local family company with an emphasis on Uganda as a destination. Born and raised in Uganda, we know this beautiful country in and out.
Private Trip Uganda has satisfied the travel dreams of individuals, honeymooners, families, business travelers, and retirees over the years. We are a main online travel organization in Uganda, giving a “best as far as a class can tell” to be “Uganda‘s Travel Planner” We offer customized private tours that allow our clients to plan their own adventure or create a custom itinerary, suited for their needs. Whatever is on your list, we have it! We are a small team of people who work together like one big happy family. Our office is located in beautiful Kampala.
We look forward to helping you achieve your travel dreams; whether you're a wildlife enthusiast, a mountaineer, or simply a passionate traveler seeking to explore the beauty and culture of Uganda, we got you covered with our flexible plans and packages that will suit your needs and budget!
Our vast experience on the land is your added advantage. We have been moving excellent encounters for a considerable time through our cutting-edge planned occasion bundles and other fundamental travel administrations. We rouse our clients to carry on with a rich life, brimming with extraordinary travel encounters..”
Booking travel to Africa is always a challenge for people who are new to the game. Most often than not, they don't have any idea about the factors they should consider when deciding where to go. That's why we decided to launch a travel agency, "Private Trip Uganda" dedicated to providing travel enthusiasts trips to Uganda. We write blog posts for those people (and for us travel veterans), giving them some practical advice based on our personal experiences and the experiences of other people we know. Our blogs will cover everything you will ever need to know about Uganda; you will undoubtedly be interested in the many reasons you should visit this wonderful country.
Through our exceptionally curated occasion bundles, we need to take you on an adventure where you personally enjoy the stunning magnificence of Uganda and far-off sceneries. We need you to observe sensational landscapes that are a long way past your creative ability.
The powerful inclination of frequent voyagers to travel more nowadays keeps us inspired to satisfy your vacation necessities. Our vision to give you a consistent occasion encounter makes us one of the main visit administrators in the regularly extending travel industry. Regardless of whether it’s reserving flights or inns for your movement, Private Trip Uganda offers everything under one umbrella.
We likewise have journey occasions for individuals who are searching for solace and reasonable extravagance. How about we remind you that we don’t expect to be your visit and travel specialists guides only, but we endeavor to be your vacation accomplices until the end of your trip!
Uganda has gone from being the “Pearl of Africa” (as Winston Churchill put it) to something of a diamond in the rough, situated at the crossroads of the East African savannah and the Central African rainforest (as we like to say it). Uganda is back on track after a period of sustained peace and significant investment in tourism infrastructure. The country is fast re-establishing its excellent credentials. Uganda packs a holiday punch with a genuine feast of wildlife encounters, breathtaking landscape, delicious food, and the friendliest people you’ll ever meet.
As if you needed any more convincing, here are five reasons why Uganda should be your next vacation destination with “Private Trip Uganda“.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest may sound (and look) like something out of Lord of the Rings (there has to be a joke about Uganda-lf in here somewhere), but it is home to half of the world's mountain gorilla population and one of only three places where you can see them in the wild. Furthermore, park permits cost less than half as much as those in Rwanda, so you get more silverback for your dollar. The feeling of awe that comes with spending a few hours in their presence cannot be exaggerated. Seeing these gorgeous beasties in situ entails trekking through steep, unforgiving terrain, so it's not for the faint of heart.
The Ugandans themselves are the highlight of every vacation to Uganda. The country's small size makes it easy to travel by automobile, and you'll be greeted with grins, waves, and real warmth wherever you go. Traditional dress, arts and crafts, and tribal dancing are all manifestations of modern Ugandan culture from regional tribal kingdoms. Going north to spend time with the Karamojong people, a tribe of agro-pastoral herders whose tribal jumping dance resembles that of Kenya's famous Maasai warriors, is one of our favorite cultural experiences in Uganda.
Although Uganda is classified as a Big Five safari location, comparing it to safaris offered in Kenya and Tanzania would be incorrect. It's doubtful that you'll encounter the Big Five while on safari here, but that doesn't mean the wildlife isn't abundant and diverse. In the southwest, visit Queen Elizabeth National Park, where a diverse environment is home to a wealth of beauties, including leopards, hippos, lions, and the Ugandan Kob, as well as over 600 bird species. Murchison Falls, Uganda's largest national park, is home to giraffes, elephants, and chimpanzees and offers a more off-the-beaten-path safari experience. As well as some breathtaking scenery, including the thundering waterfall from which the park takes its name.
In terms of scenery, it's fair to say Uganda punches well beyond its weight. With its glacier-capped peaks, the Rwenzori mountain range is romantically known as the 'Mountains of the Moon.' Lake Victoria, the world's second-biggest freshwater lake (at a stunning 26,500 square miles) and the Nile's major reservoir, is to the south. When it comes to the world's longest river, it runs the length of Uganda, from Lake Victoria in the south to the sweeping grasslands of the north and then across the border into South Sudan. Uganda also has deep forests, luscious marshes, and open plains, which are extraordinarily lush and support a rich ecosystem of flora and wildlife.
Uganda is one of the few places on the earth where you may observe chimps in the wild and mountain gorillas. While most areas only let trekkers spend a few hours with the chimps, Uganda's Kibale National Park offers a 'nest-to-nest' program where guests travel to the chimps' sleeping nests and then spend the next day tracking them to their new sleeping nests that night. Magical.
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