Ababa Uganda Safaris For Authentic Uganda safari with life time memories

Although not as that plentiful as that of its neighbors, Kenya and Tanzania, Uganda’s wildlife is in remarkably good shapes, particularly in view of the country’s many years of civil strife in the 60s, 70’s, and 80’s and UN rest, when poaching was uncontrolled. And, as far as diversity goes, Uganda may have the edge […]

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Uganda is a classical adventure tourism destination indeed. Bujagali falls which lies downstream of the source of the Nile, two hours’ drive east of Kampala, is the East Africa counterpart to more southerly adrenaline capital such as Victoria Falls and Cape Town. Bujagali is the launching point for the commercial white-water rafting route that ranks […]

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On their tour to Uganda Safari recently, one of the visitors as they were having a cup of coffee from one of the restaurants in the Kampala city said, “there is a lot of more hidden treasures in a country like this one, many things to see, I wish I requested for more days” I […]

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Watching and spending some moments by remaining close to Gorilla and its various sub-species is once-in-a-lifetime experience, worth to gain. And no place other than myriad National parks of Uganda can capture the moments in the best manner. Considering the fact, the renowned and locally operating company, Ababa Uganda Safaris has designed various tours specifically […]

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Uganda is popularly recognized as the most visited safari destination in Africa. Pleasant weather all the year round, spectacular wildlife, amazing scenery, easy availability of accommodation, undiscovered flora and fauna, etc. are some of the factors which make Uganda an unparalleled safari destination in the world. It would not wrong to say that sensational wildlife […]

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Ababa Uganda safaris, organizes family trips in and out of Kampala, where the young children are taken care of when there parents have gone to do gorilla, chimpanzee tracking. We have well trained guides to handle the families that have worry on what will there children be doing while we go for the Uganda Gorilla […]

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This is the largest National park in Uganda safaris route – covering 3,480 sq km and one of the most spectacular in Africa. At the Murchison Falls, the River Nile plunges through a narrow crevice and over a 40 meters drop. In the Easter sector of the park, before Murchison falls themselves, are the Karuma […]

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