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We are Safaricare International.

Safaricare International is a Ugandan-based tour operator that offers a wide range of safari and travel services throughout the country. With a team of experienced and knowledgeable guides, Safaricare International is dedicated to providing its clients with an unforgettable and authentic safari experience.

One of the highlights of Safaricare International is their focus on sustainable and responsible tourism. They work closely with local communities to ensure that their activities have a positive impact on the environment and the local people. This approach has earned them a reputation as one of the most responsible and ethical tour operators in Uganda.

Uganda Safaris by Safaricare

Welcome to the Pearl of Africa

Uganda is a landlocked country located in East Africa, known for its diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes. The country is home to several national parks, including the famous Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular destination for gorilla trekking. Other popular activities in Uganda include wildlife safaris, bird watching, and hiking. The country is also known for its rich cultural heritage, with many traditional cultures still thriving today. Additionally, Uganda is known for its welcoming people and rich history. Uganda’s capital city, Kampala, is known for its bustling markets, vibrant nightlife, and cultural landmarks. Overall, Uganda is a unique and diverse destination that offers a blend of adventure, culture, and relaxation.

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The Pearl is blessed with an undeniable natural beauty. In the west, the Rwenzori peaks reach towards the sky, the perfect challenge for bold explorers – Across the nation, parks are home to some of the world’s most exotic animals: Silverbacks, lions and countless others, ooh… Uganda is home to Africa’s big 5. Winding roads lead to places of grand beauty and unique cultures for those who dare to explore.  There’s a story at every turn, especially from our people, who are renowned for their warmth and charm. #ExploreUganda

7-Day Kidepo Valley National Park Wonders

This safari takes you on an adventure in the true African wilderness and also tests your adrenaline while abseiling down the Sipi falls. On these 7 days we shall be […]

7-Day Birding Checklist Murchison Fall Royal Mile

We take you on a birding experience to North western Uganda to hunt for the north west species endemics and also enjoy the big 5 experience. On this safari we […]

5-Day Gorilla Trekking and Wildlife Queen Elizabeth NP

On this Safari we take you on a journey South Western Uganda to track down the endangered Ape species Silver Back Gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, we also take […]

3-Day Semuliki National Park Experience

On this safari, we take you on a natural yet cultural tour of your life. We take you to South western Uganda where Uganda holds the Toro Kingdom that has […]

3-Day Queen Elizabeth(a Medley of Wonders)

Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second largest national park, with Close to 100 species of mammals and about 606 types of birds dwelling within. Schools of hippos, crocodiles, African […]

3-Day Queen Elizabeth Classic Uganda Safari

The 3 days Safari will take you to the Pearl of Africa's most visited National Park. Queen Elizabeth National Park covers an area of 1,978 sq. km, found in the […]

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The Pearl is blessed with an undeniable natural beauty. In the west, the Rwenzori peaks reach towards the sky, the perfect challenge for bold explorers – Across the nation, parks are home to some of the world’s most exotic animals: Silverbacks, lions and countless others, ooh… Uganda is home to Africa’s big 5.

Highlights About Uganda Tourism

  1. Gorilla Trekking in Uganda
  2. Source of the Nile
  3. Hiking at Murchsion Falls National Park
  4. Tree Climbing Lions at Ishasha, QENP

Why Visit Uganda?

Uganda Safaris by Safaricare

345

Mammal Species

Uganda Safaris by Safaricare

1,060+

Bird Species

Uganda Safaris by Safaricare

50%

of World’s Mt Gorillas