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Conservation Safaris in Uganda

Wildlife Conservation and Eco friendly Safaris in Uganda

Conservation Led Safaris in Africa, Uganda

Explore and Encounter Unique Wildlife Experiences, while making a meaning difference.

Conservation safari in Uganda, Uganda conservation efforts, aim at protecting the different animal species and their natural habitat. These also helps in the protection of wildlife that are under threat and at verge of going extinct. The conservation efforts help to restore the animals with the hope of putting them back in to the wild where the first belonged. Conservation safari in Uganda include; gorilla trekking

Conservation safaris in Uganda offer a unique and immersive experience for travelers who are passionate about wildlife and environmental conservation. Uganda is known for its rich biodiversity, including endangered species such as mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, and various rare bird species. Conservation safaris typically focus on promoting sustainable tourism, supporting local communities, and contributing to the preservation of natural habitats.

3 Days Gorilla Trek Conservation Tour

Visit the Bwindi Impenetrable forest and track the endangered mountain gorillas and also visit lake Bunyonyi.

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4 Days Double Gorilla Trekking

Visit the Bwindi impenetrable forest and track Gorillas twice. Visit different gorilla groups on this 4 days double gorilla trek.

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1 Day Ngamba Island Tour

Visit the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary and support the Chimpanzee conservation efforts

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6 Days Uganda Primates Trekking

During the 6 days Uganda primates tour, you will trek Chimpanzees, Gorillas and Golden monkeys.

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1 Day Ziwa Rhino Tracking

Visit the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary and participate in Rhino tracking an activity that promotes Rhino Conservation.

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5 Day Gorilla & Chimp Habituation

Support the Gorilla and Chimpanzee conservation efforts by participating in the 5 day Gorilla and Chimp habituation.

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5 Days Uganda Gorilla & Wildlife

This tour takes you to Queen Elizabeth National Park for a wildlife adventure and to Bwindi for gorilla trekking.

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10 Days Uganda Wildlife Safarsi

Explore Uganda’s top national parks in this amazing 10 days Uganda Safari experience. Gorillas, chimps & Big five.

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3 Days Gorilla Habituation Experience

Participate in the Gorilla habituation experience and contribute to the conservation of the Mountain Gorillas 

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3 Days Uganda Gorilla Trekking

5 Days Gorilla & Chimp Trekking

This 5 day tour takes you to Kibale forest for chimpanzee trekking and to Bwindi forest national park for Gorilla trekking.

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Below are some key aspects of conservation safaris in Uganda:

Gorilla Trekking.

Uganda is renowned for its mountain gorilla population, especially in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.

Conservation safaris often involve guided gorilla trekking experiences, providing a chance to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

Chimpanzee Tracking

Kibale Forest National Park is a prime location for chimpanzee tracking. Conservation-focused tours in this area contribute to the protection of chimpanzee habitats and support ongoing research and conservation initiatives.

Wildlife Conservation Reserves

Safaris may include visits to wildlife conservation reserves, such as Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park, to observe and learn about various species, including elephants, lions, hippos, and more.

Community Engagement

Many conservation safaris in Uganda emphasize community engagement and sustainable development. Travelers may have the opportunity to interact with local communities, supporting initiatives that benefit both people and wildlife.

Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary

The Rhino Sanctuary also known as the Ranch is a proud home for Rhinos in Uganda, the Sanctuary harbors only white Rhinos. It’s located in Nakasongola district; besides the Rhinos, you will also find a wide variety of bird species and other wildlife. The sanctuary was created with the aim of restoring the Rhino that went extinct due to rampant poaching. The conservation efforts are aimed at restoring the Rhinos so that they can be re-established in the national parks where they first belonged.

Bird Watching

Uganda is a haven for bird watchers, with over 1,000 bird species. Conservation-focused tours may include bird watching activities, promoting the importance of avian conservation.

Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Ngamba Island is a chimpanzee sanctuary project and wild life conservation trust, it was established in 1997 and it provides a home to over 40 orphaned chimpanzees who are surviving here since they can be put in their Natural habitat. It also acts as education center for visitors and local communities about the remarkable species and the importance of conserving the fragile forest habitat.

While here you can spend the day zoo keeping, you can engage in various activities like feeding of the chimpanzees, cleaning, treating the sick ones, among other daily activities.

Uganda wildlife education Centre

Uganda wildlife Education Centre is located in Entebbe offshores of Lake Victoria, the education center has provided shelter and also helped in conservation of animals, primates, birds, snakes, tree species among others. Education center promotes learning where you learn more about the different animal’s species, bird species, trees, plants and the primates like the chimpanzee, baboon and the monkeys are also found here. You can also book a permit and spend the day with these animals from which you will engage in various activities like feeding animals, cleaning and treating the sick animals among other activities.

Educational Programs

Conservation safaris often incorporate educational programs to raise awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation, environmental protection, and responsible tourism practices.

Lodges and Accommodations

Accommodations on conservation safaris are often selected based on their commitment to eco-friendly practices and sustainable tourism. Many lodges actively participate in conservation efforts and community development projects.

Guided Conservation Tours

Knowledgeable guides and experts in conservation may lead tours, providing insights into local ecosystems, conservation challenges, and success stories.

Supporting Conservation Organizations

Tours may include visits to and support for local conservation organizations actively working to protect and preserve Uganda’s natural heritage.


During a gorilla trekking experience, you will have the chance to observe these majestic creatures up close in their natural habitat. As you hike through the dense forests in search of the gorillas, you will be surrounded by the sights and sounds of the African wilderness, creating a truly immersive and unforgettable experience.

Word Rangers Day : Gorilla Conservation in Bwindi

Conservation Areas in Uganda

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