Top Africa’s friendliest country

Ntungo Wildlife safaris makes your trip to Uganda smooth and unforgettable as we walk the journey with you.

According to the BBC and Inter-Nations, Uganda has been described as one of the friendliest country in the world and top in Africa . UK Business insider (2017) says that it is the most welcoming country to raise a family.  Read More


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Extra Bliss

  • Bwindi Impenetrable

  • Queen Elizabeth National Park

  • Murchison Falls National Park

  • Lake Mburo

  • Kidepo National Park

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General Tips for Our Guests

As you travel to Uganda and Rwanda, these are some tips you have got to take note of:
• Health and insurance
• Yellow fever
• Malaria
• Food and water
• African trypanosomiasis
• Wildlife
• What to pack

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Gorilla Trekking Tips

  • Prepare for a hectic hike. There is a chance that the gorillas are close by but it is better to be ready than not.
  • Book your gorilla permit well in advance as they get sold out so fast
  • Ensure that you treat any infectious respiratory diseases like cough and flue as these illnesses can easily be spread to the gorillas. Anyone with these sicknesses will not be allowed to go for the trek.
  • Have good hiking shoes as the terrain is rugged and some parts could be muddy.
  • Gorilla trekking is carried out in the rain forest so the weather is quite unpredictable so carry a jacket in case it starts raining while there.
  • Carry an insect repellant, trousers, long sleeved shirt, cap, sunscreen, walking stick
  • The gorilla trekking Is done at an elevation from 1160m to 27000m above sea level, check with your health specialist that you won’t have any complications at these altitudes.

Note that Gorilla trekking will be done by guests who are 15 year and above only.

Chimpanzee Tracking Tips

  • The hikes vary as you have seen in the various national parks. You still need to be fit because the Chimpanzees move faster than the gorillas
  • Have your tracking permit bought in advance as the permits are limited and the demand is quite high.
  • Have good hiking shoes
  • Carry an insect repellant as the forest is a habitat to many insects, trousers, long sleeved shirt, cap, sunscreen and a walking stick.
  • Have your camera battery charged so you can have fantastic shots of the primates.

Note that Chimpanzee tracking will be done by guests who are 15 year and above only.


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