Uganda and Rwanda tours
The Uganda and Rwanda tours are among the cross country tours which are booked by clients. We have many packages which combine both Uganda and Rwanda. Uganda and Rwanda are neighboring countries. These two countries share a lot in terms of tourism attractions. For example, Uganda and Rwanda are among the only 3 nations around the world which are home to the Mountain Gorillas. The last nation where you can meet the Mountain gorillas is Congo. The Uganda’s gorillas are located in Bwindi impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga gorilla National Park. In Rwanda, Gorillas are located in Volcanoes National Park. What is interesting is that both National parks are located almost in the same region.
In Rwanda and Uganda, there are chimpanzees. Chimpanzees have common characters with the gorillas whoever both animals are completely different. For chimpanzee visitors in Uganda, you will likely visit Kibale Forest National Park, Kyambura gorge, Budongo Forest or Ngamba Island. While in Rwanda, the best place to witness the chimpanzees is Nyungwe Forest National Park.
Both Uganda and Rwanda are great tourism destinations in African which host various wildlife species. If you decide to visit both Nations for game viewing, you are likely to witness wildlife species such as giraffes, zebra, cheetah, hyena, warthog, waterbuck, topis, antelopes, hartebeest, crocodiles, hippopotamus, reedbuck, impala, jackal, serval, and many other species.
We have a number of tour guides who have been to Uganda and Rwanda. Our tour guides have the experience in offering a memorable wildlife journey. Our tour guides are certified to carry out both Uganda and Rwanda safaris.
There are many reasons why tourists prefer to visit both Nations.
For gorilla trekking purposes,
Some clients prefer to visit Rwanda and track gorillas in Uganda. Uganda gorilla trekking permit costs $700 while a Rwanda gorilla trekking permit costs $1500. The takes a short route to drive from Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda than driving from Kampala to Bwindi.
Tourists always look out for specific experience. Some tourists decide to seek out different experiences and for this reason; they may want to visit both destinations. There are personal reasons why taking a trip to Uganda and Rwanda is necessary.
We have many combined tour packages to Uganda and Rwanda. You will have a wonderful experience by booking one of the Uganda and Rwanda tour packages: