Over the years we have established ourselves as the leaders of education tourism in Uganda. With us, it is not just about seeing the wildlife in Africa. We also lead you into communities where you learn about a new culture, new people and new ways of life – the food, music and dance, farming systems, herbal medicine, bark cloth making, family raising and so much more. We promote inclusiveness by making sure that your stay has an impact on livelihoods of the poor, and you plant a tree as your contribution to a better environment.


We have unique expertise to manage large groups, young and old to ensure that each one of them enjoys our tours. We also offer tours for individual travellers, couples and families visiting Uganda.


We don’t design tours for you, we do it together with you. With us you LEARN, ENJOY and EXPLORE

Striving to restore culture and nature through tourism.



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We can assist you to explore the Pearl of Africa! You’ll return happily!



  • 2 people: US$3656 per person
  • 4 people: US$3439 per person
  •  6 people: US$3094 per person
  • US$422 for single supplement
  • US$40 per day per person full board

Prices include:

  • 1 gorilla permit (US$600 value)
  •  2 chimpanzee tracking permits per person (US$210 value)
  •  1 Golden monkey tracking permit per person (US$50 value)
  •  Bed and breakfast accommodation
  •  Airport transfers
  •  Private custom-built safari vehicle with an experienced tour guide
  • Entrance fees to all national parks



  • Four game drives
  • Three boat cruises
  • Source of the Nile
  •  Bigodi wetland tour
  •  Golden monkeys tracking
  •  Rhino tracking
  • Community visits
  •  City tours
     Wifi in the car
     Drinking water
9 days
  • Destination

  • Departure

    Kampala, Uganda

Day 1: Kampala

Arrival at Entebbe airport. Your guide will be waiting for you. Pick up and transfer to your hotel for overnight.


  • Forest Cottages/Red
  • Chilli Hideaway (BB)
  • Cassia lodge (FB)


Optional activities:
  • Kampala pub crawl
  • City Tour

Day 2: Kampala - Mukono 20km/40 minutes

After breakfast we drive to Jinja, where we visit Hamu Mukasa Cultural Museum. Continue to Sesibwa Falls, a powerful waterfall believed to have been produced by a human being.


The water falls are 7 metres high and the harmony of bird songs above the trees creates a beautiful scenery for relaxation and enjoyment. Wildlife in the surrounding forest includes bush monkeys, red-tailed monkeys and other primates and birds.



From the falls, you will visit Mabira Eco-tourism site. This site is a great place for general forest walks and birding with over 8 interconnecting trails.  There are 312 species of trees and shrubs, 315 species of birds, 30 species of mammals (including red-tailed monkeys and grey-cheeked mangabeys) and over 200 species of butterflies.


You will be able to watch the striking waterfalls as they leave the forest and cross a section of bare granite rocks.  Proceed to Jinja afterwards for overnight stay.


  • Nile Porch /Holland park(BB)
  • Haven Lodge (FB)


Optional activities:
  • Zip lining

Day 3: Jinja

Have early morning breakfast and head for half day (or full day) white water rafting on the River Nile. This is an extremely adrenalin testing adventure which takes you through the roaring waters of the Nile. It is an unforgettable experience.


Later we take a boat to the source of the Nile.


  • Nile Porch /Holland park(BB)
  • Haven Lodge (FB)


Optional activities:
  • Bungee jumping
  • Horse riding
  • Kayaking
  • Quad biking

Day 4: Jinja – Kapchorwa 210km/4 hours

Today we drive to kapchorwa, on the fringes of Mountain Elgon. On the way we have a short Jewish community visit in Mbale. We also visit the Bishop Hannington Murder Site. Hannington was the first white missionary to be murdered in Uganda.


  • Lacam Lodge (HB)
  • Sipi River Lodge (FB)

Day 5: Sipi

Start your day with a walk to Sipi Falls. The sight of this waterfall, an entire river dropping off a 100 meters high cliff is amazing. From the waterfall, the community will guide you through a natural swimming pool (formed by River Sipi) and further to the cave where ancient kings of the area used as a palace, until the death of the last one in the 1990s.


The day will end with a visit to a few of the coffee plantations, as this highland area is known for producing the best Arabica coffee in Uganda, and perhaps Africa. Expect to watch firsthand how Arabica coffee is grown and processed locally, with the activity ending with a hot cup of coffee.


  • Lacam Lodge (HB)
  • Sipi River Lodge (FB)


Optional activities:
  • Rock climbing
  • Climbing mountain Elgon

Day 6: Kapchorwa –Moroto 152km/3 hours

Day begins with morning breakfast and drive further north-east of Uganda, to the land of Karimojong Nomadic pastoralists. Expect to engage into an evening Life of the Nomadic Warriors, string men that kept the stability of community.


You’ll learn a lot about nomadic pastoralism in the region as is practiced today.


  • Kara- Tunga Guesthouse(BB)
  • Mount Moroto Hotel(FB)


Optional activities:
  • Beekeeping Tour Boda Boda Safari (self drive / with driver)
  • Moroto Town
  • Sundowner Picknick

Day 7: Moroto - Kidepo Valley National park 250km/5 hours

Depart Moroto and drive further north to Kidepo Valley National Park. Arrive in the afternoon at the park, the most beautiful wildlife protected area in Uganda, and one of the best in Africa (CNN). Check in at lodge and rest.


  • Kidepo Savanna Lodge(HB)
  • Apoka Lodge (FB)

Day 8: Kidepo Valley National Park

Go for early morning game drive in the beautiful plains of the Kidepo Valley National Park. You will encounter elephants, giraffe, zebra, lion, eland, hartebeest, cheetah (if lucky) and very large herds of Buffalo.


These plains and valleys are praised by many as very beautiful and have won many international accolades.


  • Kidepo Savanna Lodge(HB)
  • Apoka Lodge (FB)


Optional activities:
  • Community visit

Day 9: Kidepo – Kampala

Start journey early morning and drive southwards through Acholiland. Have a stopover at Fort Patiko or Amuru falls. Arrive in time for the night flight


End of tour can fly directly to Entebbe

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Sights and Sounds Uganda

We are an indigenous safari company, registered and licensed to operate tours in Uganda and East Africa.


Over the years we have established ourselves as the leaders of education tourism in Uganda. We have a unique expertise to manage large groups of students, young and old to ensure that each one of them enjoys our tours. We work with schools, colleges and universities to design packages that enable the students to learn about the diverse culture, geography, history, wildlife, rural development, and the general business environment of Uganda. Tourism Uganda Uganda offers a million opportunities for students to learn while also enjoying themselves. We also arrange internship programs for visiting students with local companies, large and small in various sectors, private and public. Our team is led by a young, dynamic University professor and a host of University graduates.


We have packages involving Mountain Gorilla trekking, chimpanzee tracking, wildlife safaris, coffee tours, River Nile rafting, Kampala City Tours and Mountain climbing. If you are planning to visit alone, with a friend or as a group, we can assist you to plan a memorable tour to Uganda.


We don't design tours for you, we do it together with you and we deliver everything as planned, sometimes even offering more.


We are strong believers in sustainable inclusive tourism. We partner with local communities and help to build their capacity to ensure that they deliver certain services to our clients. We carefully help them to conserve their resources and minimize the negative effects on society and environment that might arise from tourism.


One MUST VISIT is Entanda Cultural Adventure (entandatours.com), a one hour’s drive eco-cultural experience from Kampala City.


So far visited by more than 1500 visitors, this adventure offers a unique and authentic experience of ancient rural Ugandan lifestyles. You get to enjoy traditional hunting (to save wildlife), traditional bedroom talk, music and dance, cooking classes, a buffet of fresh tropical fruits, bark-cloth making, community and forest walks, traditional games, and so much more. And you can enjoy all of this from a few hours to a whole day.


Our vision is to conserve nature and culture while helping the vulnerable earn a living.