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Follow in the footsteps of the legendary Dian Fossey and come face to face with the Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda. Travel through the vast open spaces or climb African highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania. Discover the land of the great migration and its large herds of wildlife in Kenya. And why not end your safari adventure by unwinding at one of the tropical paradises along the Kenyan coast or magical islands?

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This 9-day trip is carefully crafted to let you explore some of Uganda's most important cultural and historic sites. You will check out Jinja, East Africa's adventure capital, and game-drive in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda's oldest conservation area. Chimp tracking in Kibale Forest National Park also features prominently on this itinerary.

For this 8-day trip, you will visit Jinja, Uganda's second-largest city that is also known as East Africa's adventure capital. While in Jinja, you'll indulge in bungee jumping, canoeing, quad biking and whitewater rafting right at the source of the Nile, the world's longest river.

This 4-day trip takes you to Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda's oldest and biggest conservation area, which will bring you into contact with a wide range of wildlife, including three of the African Big Five: lions, elephants and buffalos. In fact, Murchison Falls National Park is also known as Uganda's animal kingdom.

This five-day primate safari will take you through the lush Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a vast primaeval forest located in Kanungu district, southwestern Uganda, where you'll come face-to-face with the iconic mountain gorillas. You will also trek chimpanzees – human's closest relatives – in their natural habitat before returning home.

This 12-day trip is designed to help you explore the off-the-beaten-track attractions of eastern and northern Uganda. Igeno Safaris has carefully crafted this safari, blending Uganda's most breathtaking national parks, community experiences, as well as the best lodges in the country.


This area of numerous hills and swamps that later become known as Kampala was part of the core of the highly centralised Buganda Kingdom. It was also the site of the shifting Kibuga (capital) of the different Bassekabaka (kings) of the Buganda Kingdom, with each Kabaka (king) upon coronation, or subsequently during their reign, setting…

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