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    Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve - Tour
    Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve
    $ 35
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Nakapiripirit, Northern Region
    Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve
    $ 35
    The Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve is one of the most remarkable protected areas in the Karamoja subregion, Northeastern Uganda. This large conservation area lies in the Karamoja subregion of northeastern Uganda. It is the second largest conservation protected area in Uganda. It covers an area of about 2788 square kilometres which makes it the second biggest protected area in the country just after the Murchison Falls National Park in Northwestern Uganda. It lies in Eastern Uganda, north of Mount Elgon. Connected to Matheniko Game Reserve (160,000ha) by the Bokora Corridor Land Tenure Government Physical Features This is a high plateau area of rolling plains with black cotton soil drained by intermittent watercourses flowing westwards into Lake Kyoga. Most of the area is subject to inundation during the rainy season. Mount Kadam (previously Mount Debasien) near the border with Kenya is the highest point in the reserve at 3,068m. Vegetation Most of the area is wooded savanna grasslands with some forest in the north on the margins of a higher ridge. The southern side of this incredible game reserve was gazetted as the Debasien Animal Sanctuary in 1958. In 1964, this area was extended northwards and it was named Pian Upe Game Reserve. This remarkable game reserve is composed of hot springs and it is sighted as one of the incredible destinations with mercury wells just at Mount Kadam. This tremendous wildlife reserve derived its name from the Karamojong local dialect which denotes “Friendly Enemy.” This game reserve comprises untouched grassland and wooded grassland. There is also a section of riverine woodland, kopjes and others. The main tree species in and around the reserve include the red acacia, desert date, bush willows, Harrisonia Abyssinia, and red spike thorns as well as shrubs such as butterfly pea and woolly caper bush. read more read less
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    Katonga Wildlife Reserve - Tour
    Katonga Wildlife Reserve
    $ 35
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Western Region
    Katonga Wildlife Reserve
    $ 35
    Katonga Wildlife Reserve with an area of 207 square kilometres was gazetted in 1964 as a game reserve, to serve as a corridor for migrating wildlife from Western Uganda to Tanzania and Sudan. It became a Wildlife Reserve in 1996 when the former Game Department and Uganda National Parks merged to form Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA). Currently, the reserve is managed by UWA under the Kibale Conservation Area administration with a Warden In-Charge based at the Reserve Head Office at Kikorogoto. read more read less
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    Toro Semliki - Tour
    Toro Semliki
    $ 35
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Wasa, Mkoa wa Magharibi
    Toro Semliki
    $ 35
    Toro Semliki Wildlife Reserve enjoys a dramatic rift valley setting between the Rwenzori, Kijura escarpment and Lake Albert. The dominant vegetation type is the open acacia-combretum woodland and grassy savannah, interspersed with patches of Borassus palm forest, significant belts of riparian woodland along the main watercourses, as well as some extensive swamps towards Lake Albert. The reserve itself is topographically unremarkable, set at a relatively low altitude starting from around 700m above sea level, but on a clear day, the setting is truly awesome, with the sheer rift valley escarpment rising sharply from the eastern shore of Lake Albert, the 2500m-high Congolese Blue mountains on the western horizon and the mighty glacial peaks of the Rwenzori visible to the south-west. read more read less
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    Semuliki National Park - Tour
    Semuliki National Park
    $ 35
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Yenga, Western Region
    Semuliki National Park
    $ 35
    Semuliki National Park was gazetted in 1993 and covers an area of 220 square kilometres/22,000 hectares. This Park is characterized by the extensive Savannah grasslands, hot springs, Semuliki River, and lowland tropical rainforests bordered by the magical Mountains of the Moon. It is home to over 53 mammal species including several primates such as chimpanzees and over 441 bird species with some species being typical forest bird species. Much as this National park is rich in Biodiversity, it is not usually added to itineraries for safaris. read more read less
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    Mount Elgon National Park - Tour
    Mount Elgon National Park
    $ 35
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Bugitimwa, Mkoa wa Mashariki
    Mount Elgon National Park
    $ 35
    Mt Elgon was once Africa’s highest mountain, far exceeding Kilimanjaro’s current 5,895m. Millennia of erosion have reduced its height to 4,321m, relegating it to the 4th highest peak in East Africa and 8th on the continent. At 4,000km²  Mt. Elgon has the largest volcanic base in the world. Located on the Uganda-Kenya border it is also the oldest and largest solitary, volcanic mountain in East Africa. Its vast form, 80km in diameter, rises more than 3,000m above the surrounding plains. The mountain’s cool heights offer respite from the hot plains below, with the higher altitudes providing a refuge for flora and fauna. Mount Elgon National Park is home to over 300 species of birds, including the endangered Lammergeyer.  The higher slopes are protected by national parks in Uganda and Kenya, creating an extensive transboundary conservation area which has been declared a UNESCO Man & Biosphere Reserve. read more read less
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    Rwenzori Mountain National Park - Tour
    Rwenzori Mountain National Park
    $ 35
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Kasese, Western Region
    Rwenzori Mountain National Park
    $ 35
    Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular savanna park in Uganda and the best place to see lions including the Tree Climbing lions making it the perfect destination for an Uganda Wildlife Safari. It prides itself on a great diversity of habitats that include: lakes, savannah grasslands, forests and wetlands that serve as home to the biggest variety of large mammals in the country. The park is home to 618 bird species which is the 6th highest diversity in the world and the highest in Africa making it a perfect destination for Uganda Birding Safaris, in addition to 10 primate species like chimpanzees and 95 mammals including big game. read more read less
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    Lake Mburo National Park - Tour
    Lake Mburo National Park
    $ 40
    1 Day
    28 Jan, 29 Jan, 30 Jan, and more
    Lyantonde, Western Region
    Lake Mburo National Park
    $ 40
    Lake Mburo National Park is a compact gem, located conveniently close to the highway that connects Kampala to the parks of western Uganda. It is the smallest of Uganda’s savannah national parks and is underlain by ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks which date back more than 500 million years. It’s home to 350 bird species as well including zebras, impalas, elands, buffalos, oribi, Defassa waterbuck, leopard, hippo, hyena, topi and reedbuck. Together with 13 other lakes in the area, Lake Mburo forms part of a 50 km-long wetland system linked by a swamp. Five of these lakes lie within the park’s borders. Once covered by open savanna, this supports the healthy population of Buffalos, Wathhog, bushpigs and hippopotami. Lake Mburo National Park now contains much woodland as there are no elephants to tame the vegetation. In the western part of the park, the savanna is interspersed with rocky ridges and forested gorges while patches of papyrus swamp and narrow bands of lush riparian woodland line many lakes. Lake Mburo is notably blessed with over 315 bird species and probably the best place to view acacia-associated birds, Rwonyo is a good zone to see the mosque swallow, black-bellied bustard,bare-faced-go away bird and Ruppell’s starling. A handful of birds have been recorded essentially the southern ground hornbill and black-throated barbet. read more read less
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    Chumbe Island Coral Park - Tour
    Chumbe Island Coral Park
    $ 400
    1 Night
    Available on request
    Chumbe Island, Zanzibar
    Chumbe Island Coral Park
    $ 400
    Chumbe Island Coral Park is one of the most state-of-the-art, eco-friendly lodges in East Africa and a diver's paradise. Situated in a Marine Protected Area off the coast of Zanzibar, Chumbe Island Coral Park is set in the heart of an award-winning private nature reserve. This boutique eco-lodge in Tanzania offers accommodation in unique bungalows situated right on the beach. Upon its inception, Chumbe Island Coral Park recruited former fishermen from neighbouring villages and provided them with training to become park rangers. They played a vital role in early outreach programs to raise awareness within the local communities about marine ecology and the sustainable management of natural resources. Today, Chumbe’s strong ranger team patrols and monitors the reserve using non-confrontational and educational approaches to deter poaching and guide visitors. The nature reserve includes a coral reef sanctuary – the first gazetted marine park in Tanzania – and a forest reserve. Thanks to its protection, the reef is home to 90% of East Africa’s hard coral species, and over 400 fish species, and is a vital feeding ground for green and hawksbill turtles. The forest reserve harbours highly specialised flora that has developed to survive without any groundwater – the bedrock of the island comprises fossilised coral that is unable to store rainwater. It’s also a sanctuary for a plethora of birds, rare and endangered species like Ader’s duiker, and a healthy population of coconut crabs (the world’s biggest arthropod). The coral reef is next to the island and you can experience a cornucopia of wildlife and their beauty is enough to catapult you into a higher state of consciousness. The interior of the island holds one of the last remaining coral rag forests in Zanzibar: an ancient coral reef that was raised from the sea by tectonic movement. Exploring the island is a blissful and peaceful experience and overhead flies a multicoloured sky of birds. The reserve includes a fully protected Coral Reef Sanctuary and Forest Reserve that harbour rare wildlife, a Visitor and Education centre, a small eco-lodge, nature walks and historical monuments. All buildings and operations are based on state-of-the-art eco-technology aiming at zero impact on the environment (rainwater catchment, photovoltaic energy and solar water heating, composting toilets, vegetative greywater filtration etc.).   read more read less
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    Tanzania Safari Tour - Tour
    Tanzania Safari Tour
    $ 2,995
    7 Nights 8 Days
    28 Jan, 28 Jan, 28 Jan, and more
    Lake Manyara, Serengeti, Zanzibar
    Tanzania Safari Tour
    $ 2,995
    With unrivalled quantities of games, and some of the most beautiful wilderness on the continent, this Tanzania Safari Tour is quite extraordinary. On the endless plains of Serengeti witness the annual migration of the wildebeest as they cover hundreds of mile in their quest for pasture and water. Lake Manyara is a beauty on its own and get to experience the famous tree-climbing lions that call this place home. To top it off, Zanzibar is full of history and charm, a magnificent and romantic location to relax and wind down your safari. read more read less
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