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  • Natural Wonders of Africa: We strive to make your experience in Africa memorable as we carefully and strategically add leisure and relaxation to an already exciting package of activities around Africa. The breathtaking views also add to the enhancements of the adventure we offer to this experience of a lifetime.
  • Incentives: To boost your successful Safari experience, we have included the provision of capable, trusted, caring, experienced and courteous guides to mobilize your adventures. Our team is disposed to your care during this exploration. Their knowledge of domestic and international tourism has resulted in several re-visits at higher than expected rates.
  • Safety: Our primary objective is to keep our safari guests as close to the animals as possible while simultaneously exposing you to safe interactions with the wide varieties of our land animals. Observing these animals interacting in close proximity of our adventurers is simply breathtaking!
  • Personal Approach to Each Client: We understand that there is no unique way to make a perfect journey that everyone will like because each person has his special needs and desires. We always listen to you first and then suggest the travel solution that is the best for you.
  • Giving Back to our Communities: Through your visit to our great land, a 5% donation from all proceeds go to surrounding communities in our efforts to foster progress with local organizations.
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18 Days and 19 Nights Safari In Uganda, Kenya And Tanzania
Availability : Jan-Dec
Fly Into Entebbe Airport
Fly Out From Kilimanjaro Airport
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 200


  • Gorilla Trekking
  • Chimpanzee Tracking
  • Rhino Tracking
  • Cultural Experiences
  • Game Drives
  • Boat Cruises
  • Bird Watching
  • Zip Lining
  • Safari Biking

You will visit Murchison Falls National Park, Kibale National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Lake Bunyonyi, River Nile, Lake Naivasha National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Maasai Mara National Park, Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater.

The first destination to visit in Uganda is  the famous Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda’s largest protected area, home to more than 73 animal species, including buffaloes, leopards, lions, and elephants, 3/4 of the world’s population of Rothschild giraffes plus a healthy population of herbivores. In addition to 451 bird species, including 23 Albertine rift endemics.

The mighty River Nile flows through the park creating a powerful phenomenon at the Kabalega Falls. Enjoy the views of these magnificent falls where Nile forces its way through a gorge in the rocks and tumbles 43m below flowing westwards into Lake Albert. Did you know that Murchison Falls are the most POWERFUL waterfalls in the whole world?

After Murchison Falls National Park, you will visit Kibale National Park; a haven with the largest concentration of chimpanzees.  Uganda has highest number of Chimpanzee in the whole world which is about 4950 chimpanzees and Kibale National Park holds about 1500 chimpanzees.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is the largest biotic area in Africa. It is a habitat for variety of flora and fauna, hippo, tree-climbing lions, elephants, swamp antelope, Uganda-kobs, topis, water bucks, bush bucks, reed bucks, duiker, and many other animal species. It is a home to over 95 species of mammals and over 600 species of birds. The park is also Uganda’s most popular tourist destination.

You will enjoy a boat cruise on Kazinga channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George.  Some of the best wildlife viewings are done on boat cruise by viewing Squacco herons, hippos, Elephants, Antelopes, and more.

You will visit the Ishasha sector, in the far south of the park, is famous for its tree-climbing lions; these female lions, who enjoy spending the long, are the most memorable sight in the entire park, but don’t miss the superb birdlife or the wonderful boat trip on the Kazinga Channel either.

Then you will have Mountain Gorilla trekking in the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. Did know that Uganda has the highest percentage of Mountain Gorillas in the world? There are currently less than 1200 mountain gorillas left in the world and almost half of the population resides in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. Gorilla trekking is one of the top activities while on a safari.

Another interesting destination you will visit is Lake Bunyonyi, this twisting water body dotted with 29 islands will amaze you.

Maasai Mara is Kenya’s finest wildlife sanctuary with well over 450 animal species. You will experience some game drives during this safari. Besides experiencing the game drives, you will have time to enjoy the scenic view of the Great Rift Valley.

Lake Naivasha National Park is arguably one of the main attractions in Kenya. For one, it‘s a gateway to a variety of wildlife.  Taking a boat excursion with your family will give you spectacular views of; Flamingoes, Hippos and Fish eagles.

Lake Nakuru National Park’s claim to fame is anchored on its flamingo’s and the over 400 species of birds found here. The lake itself is a soda lake on the floor of the rift valley. The sight of the at times millions of flamingos is quite spectacular. From a distance the lake appears ringed in pink.  The Park has also earned a reputation as an important haven for endangered species- particularly the Rothschild Giraffe and the black and white rhino. Lions, waterbuck, buffalo and baboons are all residents here.

You will also get an opportunity to visit Serengeti National Park, is also home to the Big Five – lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard – and you might be able to see all the members of this group. After Serengeti, you visit the wildlife rich Ngorongoro Crater.

Each destination has something unique to offer from wide open plains with untamed wildlife to Africa’s Big 5 and stunning vistas.  An affordable and fun journey through a truly magnificent region of the world! On this trip, you will spot over 700 animal species and various bird species.


Itinerary: Day By Day

After breakfast, embark on an early morning game drive on the Northern bank where your guide will help you spot a great number of animals and birds. Other activities in this game drive include bird watching and sightseeing across the open savannah, dotted woodland, and riverine vegetation along the Nile and Albert deltas.

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After the morning game drive, you will go for lunch then after embark  (between 2pm and 4pm) on a three-hour boat cruise on the Nile. This boat cruise offers an amazing view of the falls from the bottom. Hippos, crocodiles, antelopes, and aquatic birds can be seen along the shores of the river.Visit tours Travel Destinations Africa Big Trips Five Safaris Hippos Destinations Trips Africa Big Kubwa Five Safaris travels

Dinner  and overnight: Leosim Hotel

After breakfast, you will be travel from Murchison Falls National park, driving Southwest through the Albertine Escarpment of the great Western Rift Valley. Drive through Hoima, then Kyejonjo district and reach the colorful and beautiful town of Fort Portal, the capital of the Tooro kingdom, situated in the shadow of the fabled "Mountains of the Moon," the Rwenzori.  You will either have lunch on your way or at the lodge time for lunch.

Distance from Murchison Fall National Park to Kibale National Park is 6 hours and 30 minutes’ drive.

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On arrival in Kibale, drive to Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary for a community walk and cultural interaction. It is an fascinating area, located in Magombe swamp. This area is recognized for an extensive array of biodiversity among which are several primates species like the red colobus monkey, baboon, black and white colobus monkey, blue monkey grey cheeked, mangabey, vervet monkey, red tailed monkey and the L’Hoest monkey. Additional Mammals such as sitatunga, mongooses, bush pigs, otters plus bush bucks.

Dinner and Overnight: Kibale Forest Camp

After breakfast, set off for chimpanzee trekking with your packed lunch. You will start early and take about two to three hours, depending on the location of the chimps.

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After trekking, you will return to your lodge and spend the entire evening relaxing.

Dinner  and Overnight: Kibale Forest Camp

Distance from Fort portal to Queen Elizabeth National Park is 2 hours’ drive.

After breakfast, you will visit the Amabere Ga Nyina Mwiru Caves and the three surrounding explosion Crater Lakes. This makes it a most interesting day adventure and can be done while staying in Fort portal. A side-trip to the Amabere Caves and the three nearby Crater Lakes will be a time of hiking, learning about the local culture and legends, plus a hike around three crater lakes.

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After visiting Amabere Ga Nyina Mwiru Caves, you will go to Queen Elizabeth National park is your next destination. This is a huge park where wildlife and people coexist in harmony.

You will check in at your hotel for lunch, and then head out for a boat ride. You will enjoy a boat cruise on Kazinga channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George. Some of the best wildlife viewings are done on a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, passing squacco herons, pied kingfishers, large numbers of buffalo and hippo, basking crocodiles and very many different bird species and large mammals. This is one of the most memorable experiences from the park. Over 300 hippos are found in the lake.

After the boat ride, you will go for an evening game drive in Queen Elizabeth national park aiming to catch the lions hunting in the evening. Lions usually hunt when the temperatures are cooler.  We also expect to see the Uganda kob, elephants, buffalo, warthog, leopard and waterbuck.

Dinner and Overnight: The Bush Lodge

After an early morning breakfast, you will be transferred to Ishasha sector for the tree climbing lions on the Kasenyi Plains, it is time to go to the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth: Ishasha. This area is famous for its tree climbing lions.

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The Ishasha sector is notably recognized for its resident Tree climbing lions that are an exceptional attraction and one among the highlights on all safaris taken within Queen Elizabeth National park. In the southern section of this park, the Lions are now and again spotted hanging on branches of huge fig trees whereas the Uganda Kob (which are the major food to these lions) graze in the plains of the Ishasha sector.

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 After game drive in Ishasha it is time to move to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, home of the famous mountain gorillas. Lunch you will be served at your hotel.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is home to over 346 bird species, 120 mammal species, 400 plant species, 27 frog species among others and covering an area of 331 sq km.

In the evening, you will embark on a community walk where you will visit the Batwa, which is an indigenous group of people that has lived in the forest for 500,000 years, enjoy traditional dances and drama from them.

Dinner and overnight: Ruhijja Gorilla Friends

After breakfast, head out with your packed lunches to the park head offices with your guide, have a briefing about the Do’s and Don’ts while in the park with gorillas.

After head out for gorilla trekking through the mist rain forest, trekking can take 2 hours or up to 6 hours and this is based on the location of the gentle giants.

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Make sure you carry enough water, sturdy shoes, non-flash cameras, and rain jackets. At the end of this long and exciting adventure, return to the lodge for a well-deserved shower, check out  and be transferred to Lake Bunyonyi  which twisting water body dotted with 29 islands with various shapes and sized scattered across the water will amaze you.

Dinner and Overnight: Paradise Eco Hub

After your breakfast, you will be driven to Kampala. You will have a stopover at the Equator for lunch in Masaka, see where this imaginary line divides our planet into two equal hemispheres. Snacks, souvenirs and photographs may be taken here.

Lake Bunyonyi 

After lunch, you will be driven to Entebbe Airport for your flight to Kenya.

Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be picked up by the Kubwa Five Safari guide and be transferred to your hotel in Nairobi.


Dinner and Overnight: Ibis Styles Nairobi Westlands

You will have breakfast then check out and leave for Lake Naivasha. On arrival In Lake Naivasha National Park, you will check in at your hotel, then get out for an evening boat ride.

lake nakuru 

Distance from Nairobi to Lake Naivasha is 1 hour and 45 minutes’ drive.

Dinner and Overnight: Burch Resort

After breakfast, you will do bike riding at Hell’s gate national park which will take about 2 hours.

Distance from Lake Naivasha to Hell’s Gate National Park is 45 minutes’ drive.


You will be driven to Lake Nakuru National Park, arriving at your hotel in the afternoon. After lunch, you will head out for an evening game drive.

Distance from Hell’s Gate National Park to Lake Nakuru National Park is 2 hours and 15 minutes’ drive.

 Lake Nakuru National Park's claim to fame is anchored on its flamingo's and the over 400 species of birds found here. The lake itself is a soda lake on the floor of the rift valley. The sight of the at times millions of flamingos is quite spectacular. From a distance the lake appears ringed in pink.

Dinner and overnight:  Hotel Citymax

Have breakfast, you will depart for the morning game drive. You will return to the Lodge for lunch and head out in the evening for the an evening game drive.

cheetah at Uganda Wildlife Education center 

Lake Nakuru National Park has also earned a reputation as an important haven for endangered species- particularly the Rothschild Giraffe and the black and white rhino. Lions, waterbuck, buffalo and baboons are all residents here

Dinner and overnight: Hotel Citymax

After breakfast, you will head out to Maasai Mara. You will pass through the floor of the rift valley arriving in the evening.

You will pass through the floor of the rift valley arriving in time for lunch at your lodge and afternoon relaxation. Afternoon game drive through the park in search of the Lion, Cheetah, Elephant, Buffalo and a visit to the crocodiles infested Mara River.

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In the afternoon, Visit the local Maasai village for a cultural tour. Learn about the Maasai community and interact with the local Maasai people. An overnight at the Maasai village can be organized upon request.


Dinner and overnight: Miti Mingi Eco Camp

After breakfast half day spend in the park with packed lunch and in search of its well-known predators and their opponents like the Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe, Lion, Cheetah, Elephant, Buffalo and other animal species.

The Maasai Mara Game Reserve offers wildlife in such variety and abundance that it is difficult to believe over 450 species of animals has been recorded here.You will easily see lions, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, giraffe, wildebeests, zebras, buffalo, warthogs, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs, buffalo, leopard, many kinds of antelopes and elephant.

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Optional Activity at a fee: A balloon safari at USD 485 per person can be organized early morning on this day then proceed with the normal program.

It is in the Maasai Mara Game Reserve that perhaps the most spectacular event of the natural world takes place. This is the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti (Tanzania) in search of water and pasture.

Dinner and overnight: Miti Mingi Eco Camp

After an early breakfast drive to Isebania Kenya - Tanzania border with packed lunches. Meet Tanzania driver/guide change safari car and immigration formalities and drive to Serengeti National Park with your packed lunch.

Distance from Maasai Mara To Serengeti National Park is 5 hours and 35 minutes’ drive.

Dinner and overnight: Kati Kati Tented Camp

You will have full day in this wonderful park, rising early to make the most of our time.

In case you prefer having Hot Air Balloon Safari is Serengeti National Park, this is an optional Activity and it cost US $600 per person.

Our guides will choose the best spotting locations for the time of year; we can spend time at the Hippo pool watching these majestic animals laze about in the cool water happily living alongside the crocodiles, watch a big pride of lions, and many more.

Serengeti National Park Tanzania’s oldest national park, renowned for the part it plays in the annual Great Migration, when an estimated three million antelope – mostly wildebeest – migrate to Kenya’s Maasai Mara Game Reserve.

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This epic, seasonal journey is a deeply moving experience and a wonderful photographic subject. Here visitors to the park can roam its sprawling plains on exhilarating game drives or hop into a hot-air balloon ride for an once-in-a-lifetime wilderness adventure.

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Dinner and overnight: Kati Kati Tented Camp

After an early breakfast drive to Ngorongoro crater for game drive with packed lunches.

African antelopes

Distance from Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater is 1 hour and 50 minutes’ drive.

You will go through the Ngorongoro Crater Highlands to the base of the Rift Valley Escarpment; a dramatic bluff nearly 2,000 ft high. You will have an evening game drive.

Dinner and overnight: Rhino Lodge

Distance from Ngorongoro to Lake Manyara is 2 hours’ drive.

You will depart Ngorongoro and go to Lake Manyara National Park. Here lies a narrow belt of acacia woodland and a floodplain that is filled seasonally by Lake Manyara. Encompassing this area is Lake Manyara Park which is often overlooked, but game-rich and best known for its tree-climbing lions.

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The Lake Manyara National Park is inhabited by over 380 types of birds and many animal species including elephants, buffaloes, zebras, giraffes, leopards, lions, baboons, hippos, antelopes, warthogs and many others.

Dinner and overnight: Twiga Camp Site


After breakfast, you will be driven to Arusha town for shopping, have lunch in town, then drive to Kilimanjaro International  Airport for your scheduled flight back home.

Price Category:

Starting from: USD $7000 (Budget Accommodations) per person based on two travelers sharing.

Cost per person:

  1 Person 2 People 3 People 4 People 5 People 6 People
Jan-April $9500 $7500 $7300 $7200 $7100 $7000
May- August $9800 $7800 $7600 $7500 $7400 $7300
Sept- Dec $9700 $7700 $7500 $7400 $7300 $7200

Cost Per Child (Discount)

Age 0-2 years old 3-6 years old 7-10 years old 11-13 years old 14+ years old
Discount Rate 100% 65% 50% 15% 0%

What Is Included:

  • One gorilla permit per person to be secured and paid for well in advance
  • One chimpanzee permit per person to be secured and paid for well in advance
  • Services of an expert guide
  • Airport transfer (Airport pick up and drop off)
  • Internal flight tickets (from Uganda to Kenya)
  • Daily meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
  • Ground transportation (4×4 safari Landcruiser / minivan with pop-up tops)
  • Full board accommodation and en route meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Park fees and relevant government taxes.

What Is Not Excluded:

  • Airfares
  • Visa fees
  • Personal insurance
  • Expenses of personal nature, such as drinks, tips, laundry, telephone, and cigarettes
  • Accommodation and meals not indicated in the itinerary
How To Get There
Extended Trip

Throughout this exciting journey, you will be accommodated in a variety of accommodations.

The accommodation is appropriate and will be determined by your budget. Kubwa Five Safaris offers the best service at every level. Kubwa Five Safaris reserves the right to substitute comparable or superior accommodations. If an equivalent standard hotel is not available, Kubwa Five Safaris may substitute the next best quality hotel or suggest a superior for an additional fee. Hotels and lodges provide free Wi-Fi.

Please see the list below for more information on the safari lodges in each national park/destination included in this tour package.


You will be provided with daily meals and bottled drinking water as detailed in the itinerary.

The following meals are included:
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat, chicken, and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it’s a good idea to communicate it to us when making a reservation

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Entebbe International Airport. Transfer from and to the airport is included. Kubwa Five Safaris will pick you up from the Entebbe airport. 

After your vacation in Uganda, you will be transferred to Jomo Kenyatta Airport No additional charges. Airport transfer and flight tickets are included.
From Kenya to Tanzania, you will be transferred by road.
After your thrilling vacation in Africa, Kubwa Five Safaris will drop you off at Kilimanjaro Airport for your scheduled flight back home. Airport transfer is included.
Visa Applications and Flight bookings
Please write to us for more details.

Adding another African country

Please feel free to let us know if you want to add extra days but covering the same countries (Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania) in this tour package or you want to add Rwanda or any other African countries in Southern Africa (Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia).




Key Information
Gorilla Tracking Rules And Regulations
Why You Should Visit Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania?

Key Information

  • Please keep in mind that this trip is only for children who are at least years old. However, only children aged 15 and above are permitted to trek the Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees; if you have children under the age of 15, we will engage them in other activities while you are trekking the Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees. As a result, for children aged 14 and under, each child will not be charged US $900, which is intended for the Gorilla permit (US $700) and the Chimpanzee permit (US $200).
  • It is a private safari (a solo traveler, couples, and families) you will be your own vehicle but if you prefer not to come as a solo traveler and you want to join a group of other travelers from different parts of the world, please get in touch with us.
  • The minimum number is 2 and the maximum number 300.
  • Type of vehicle to be used: 4×4 safari land cruisers / minivan (up to eight passengers) with pop-up tops and seven window seats for game viewing. 
  • Main wildlife to be viewed: rhinos, lions, elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, hippos, leopards, gorillas, chimpanzees, crocodiles, antelopes, and many animal species.
  • You will also watch various bird species.
  • The starting point is Entebbe International Airport and the ending point is Kilimanjaro International Airport.
  • Language: English, Spanish, French, Dutch, German, Italian, and Chinese.
  • Park entrance fees, gorilla permits and chimpanzee permits are included.
  • Internal flights from Uganda and Kenya are included.

Before Departing On Your Gorilla Trekking:

  • A maximum number of eight visitors may visit a group of habituated mountain gorillas in a day. This minimizes behavioral disturbance to the gorillas and the risk of their exposure to human-borne diseases.
  • Always wash your hands before you head out to the gorillas.

On The Way To The Gorillas:

  • Please always keep your voices low. You will also be able to observe the great birdlife and other wildlife in the forest.
  • DO NOT leave rubbish in the park. Whatever you bring into the forest should be carried back out with you.
  • You will be taken to where the guides observed the gorillas the day before. From there you will follow the gorilla’s trail to find them. Look out for the gorilla’s nesting sites along the way!
  • When you approach the mountain gorillas, the guides will inform you to get ready.

When You Are With The Gorillas:

  • A seven-meter (21 feet) distance should be tried to be observed at all times from the gorillas. The further back you are, the more relaxed the group will be.
  • You must stay in a tight group whey you are near the gorillas.
  • Keep your voices down at all times. However, it is okay to ask the guide questions.
  • Do not smoke, drink, or eat when you are near the gorillas. Eating or drinking inevitably will increase the risk of food/drink morsels/droplets falling, which could increase the risk of transmission of diseases.
  • Sometimes the gorillas charge. Follow the guides example (crouch down slowly, do not look the gorillas directly in the eyes, and wait for the animals to pass). Do not attempt to run away because that will increase the risk.
  • Flash photography is not permitted! When taking pictures move slowly and carefully.
  • Do not touch the gorillas. They are wild animals.
  • The maximum time you can spend with the gorillas is one hour. However, if the gorillas become agitated or nervous, the guide will finish the visit early.
  • After the visit keep your voices down until you are 200 meters away from the gorillas.

General Health Rules:

  • Remember that mountain gorillas are very susceptible to human diseases. The following rules are ways to minimize the risk your visit might pose to them.
  • Respect the limits imposed on the number of visitors allowed with the gorillas each day. This minimizes the risk of disease transmission and stress to the group.
  • If you are feeling ill, or you are carrying a contagious disease, volunteer to stay behind. An alternate visit will be arranged for you, or you will be refunded your money.
  • If you feel the urge to cough or sneeze when you are near the gorillas, please turn your head away and cover your nose and mouth in order to minimize the spread of bacteria or viruses.
  • Always stay seven meters (21 feet) away from the gorillas. This is to protect them from catching human diseases.
  • Do not leave any rubbish (eg. food wrappers) in the park; foreign items can harbor diseases or other contaminants.
  • If you need to go to the toilet while in the forest, please ask the guide to dig you a hole with his panga. Make sure the hole is 30 centimeters deep and fill it in when you are finished.

What To Bring On Your Gorilla Safari:

  • Wear comfortable hiking shoes suitable for steep muddy slopes.
  • Put on earplugs for those who feel uncomfortable with the jungle sounds.
  • Carry a packed lunch and enough drinking water.
  • Carry rain gear, sunscreen lotion, a hat (as the weather is unpredictable), and insect repellent.
  • Bring a photo of a film camera. Using a flashlight is not permitted so we recommend using films of 400-800 ASA.
  • Uganda

Tanzania is a popular safari destination in Africa. The Tanzania safari tours and holidays based on the wildlife viewing is incredible, with big cats being especially visible. All the Big Five can be found in Tanzanian national parks and reserves, including the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. Almost 40% of the country is protected and set aside for conservation, making it possible to spend two weeks on a Tanzania safari driving from national park to national park while rarely leaving the bush.

  • Kenya.

Kenya safari tours and holidays offer some of the finest scenery and one of Africa’s greatest wildlife and bird watching destinations.

Kenya is the historical home of the East African safari. The country’s vast savannah grasslands are teeming with charismatic mega-fauna like Big Cats and the Big Five (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, and rhino).

Other than that, the landscapes here are truly breathtaking, ranging from deserts in the north to dense forests in the west to the Rift Valley lakes in the center to a tropical coast in the east.

As a result, there is a well-established safari industry in the region, ready to show you one of Africa’s most breathtaking landscapes and an abundance of exotic wildlife.

  • Tanzania

Tanzania is a popular safari destination in Africa. The Tanzania safari tours and holidays based on the wildlife viewing is incredible, with big cats being especially visible. All the Big Five can be found in Tanzanian national parks and reserves, including the Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. Almost 40% of the country is protected and set aside for conservation, making it possible to spend two weeks on a Tanzania safari driving from national park to national park while rarely leaving the bush.

Frequently Asked Question About Uganda, Kenya And Tanzania
  1. When is the best time of year to visit Uganda?

Uganda is accessible at any time of year. Mountain gorilla trekking is on most tourists’ bucket lists, and permits are available all year.

Uganda is a tropical country that receives a lot of rain. The wettest months are March to May, which can make travel difficult. During the Wet Season some roads become extremely muddy and difficult to navigate.

The dry season months of June to August and December to February provide the best travel conditions, and are also ideal for Ugandan gorilla trekking. The dry season months are also ideal for general wildlife viewing in savannah reserves because animals congregate around rivers and waterholes, and the grass is shorter, making spotting easier.

2. How are the wildlife viewing opportunities in Uganda?

Uganda is home to some of the best wilderness areas on the African continent. Uganda unquestionably has some of the best and most beautiful wildlife in the world.

Uganda has a diverse wildlife population and is home to the big five game animals. Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, and Lake Mburo National Park are the best places in Uganda to see wildlife.

A wildlife viewing experience in Uganda is well worth your time and money, and it will leave you with lasting memories. Uganda, unspoiled and raw, offers a genuine sense of off-the-beaten-path adventure.

Uganda is endowed with numerous natural and cultural wonders that are largely unknown to the general public. Uganda is still relatively unknown, with the majority of tourists interviewed stating that this was their first visit and promising to return with their friends. With an astounding number of hippos, rhinos, lions, leopards, elephants, gorillas, chimps, giraffes, buffalos, and other animals thriving in Uganda’s national parks, Uganda is undeniably endowed.

Uganda is home to over 350 different species of mammals of various sizes. They include large mammals such as gorillas, rhinos, hippos, chimps, buffaloes, lions, leopards, elephants, zebras, giraffes, and warthogs, as well as small mammals such as bats, moles, and shrews. These mammals are classified into three groups: primates (gorillas, chimps, monkeys, and others), carnivores (leopards, African wildcats, cheetahs, and others), and herbivores (Buffalos, elephants, Giraffes and more).

3. Is Uganda safe for tourists?

When traveling to urban areas, travelers should take the usual precautions for their safety and try to avoid traveling at night. Petty crime is a problem in urban areas, just as it is in all poor countries. Each national park is equipped with security personnel in order to guarantee the tourists’ well-being.

  1. When is the best time of year to visit Kenya?

The months of June through October are perfect for visiting Kenya. Trails are more accessible and the weather is more reliable during this time. This is also in sync with the annual Maasai Mara wildebeest and zebra migration. Animals are congregating in large numbers around the remaining water sources as the dry season continues.

Unfortunately, high-season prices are in effect all year long, with the exception of June It’s also more crowded,. The crowds are also larger – in some parks, the queue of safari vehicles can take away something from your experience, and some areas of the Maasai Mara can be completely overwhelmed with vehicles during the migration. 

However, many travelers prefer the months of November through February because that is when the majority of migratory birds arrive, travel is rarely interrupted by rain, and the country is transformed into a lovely shade of green. Heavy rains are possible during this time of year, turning safari trails into muddy bogs, so most tourists avoid it. During these months, costs are reduced.

2. How are the wildlife viewing opportunities in Kenya?

Kenya’s parks offer a wide range of experiences for wildlife viewers. Many of the most visited National Parks in Kenya, including Amboseli, Maasai Mara, Samburu, and Lake Nakuru, offer excellent chances to see exotic and endangered species on safari. All of these parks have dense animal populations, making them excellent all-around safari destinations where you can see a wide variety of animals in a short amount of time.

The Big Five are commonly seen on safaris. One of the best places in Africa to see big cats is the Maasai Mara, and white rhinos are common at Kenya’s Lake Nakuru National Park. Thousands upon thousands of flamingos flock to the shallow waters of the Rift Valley lakes, particularly Lake Bogoria, each year in search of food.

3. Is Kenya safe for tourists?

A trip to Kenya for a safari is in most cases risk-free, but there are a few things travelers should keep in mind. There is a widespread perception that Nairobi and other major cities in Kenya are plagued by high rates of violent crime.

Kubwa Five Safaris have a good reputation when it comes to safety, and if you pay attention to the safety briefings and do as your guides instruct, you should have no problems.


  1. When is the best time of year to visit Tanzania?

The optimal time to book a safari in Tanzania varies dependent on the individual’s goals for the trip. Planning beforehand is essential if witnessing the wildebeest migration is the primary goal of your trip. From June to October is when you have the best chance of seeing the wildebeest migration in Serengeti, though you wil need to remain in different parts of the park at different phases of the migration, which is unpredictable because it depends on the rain.

To avoid the crowds, it’s best to book your Serengeti hotel room well in advance of the annual wildebeest migration. If you plan on going on a safari, avoid the months of March through May because that’s when it rains the most.

2. How are the wildlife viewing opportunities in Tanzania?

The chances of seeing exotic animals in Tanzania are high. Lake Manyara, Tarangire National Park, the Serengeti, and the Ngorongoro Crater are all stops on the Northern Circuit of Tanzania safaris. Even though some of these parks are only open during certain times of the year, they all offer fantastic opportunity to see wild animals. If you want to get the most out of it, you should go the whole thing and see the different ecosystems and habitats that make up the park.

The parks are large enough that you can find solitude if you want it, but this is still a very popular route, so you can expect to be among other people at various points. If you need some peace and quiet, the Southern circuit offers slightly more challenging but still excellent game viewing. It’s possible that repeat travelers to Africa who aren’t as eager to see the Big Five would enjoy this route more.

2. Is Kenya safe for Tanzania?

The tourism industry in Tanzania is well-developed and well-seasoned, so visitors need not worry about their safety on a safari in Tanzania.

To counter this, it’s not a good idea to go out on foot at night in Dar es Salaam or any other large city because of the high rate of petty crime. Tourists are occasionally targeted in Arusha and other urban tourist hotspots, but most of the time the bother is innocuous and is really just touts trying to sell things (anything from safaris to beaded necklaces). It is usually enough to be firm and stand your ground to diffuse any situation.

The vast majority of tourists to Tanzania don’t spend much (if any) time in urban areas, therefore this shouldn’t be a problem.

Cancellation Policy
Health And Hygiene

Book with flexible conditions

Need to cancel your trip due to COVID-19? You can reschedule your booking free of charge or receive store credit for your non-refundable deposit and re-book anytime.

Cancellation Policy

  • All tours will be booked and confirmed only upon receipt of a 15% deposit of the basic program rate. For gorilla permits, a full advance payment of the permit fee (USD $ 700 per permit person) for Gorilla trekking in Uganda) and fee (USD $ 1500 per permit per person) for Gorilla tracking in Rwanda), and the chimpanzee permits (US$ 200 per permit per person) are required in order to make the reservation.
  • The payment balance is due no later than 21 days prior to the safari unless agreed otherwise.
  • Bookings made within 21 days before arrival must be paid in full at the time of confirmation.
  • If payment is not received in accordance with the above, Kubwa Five Safaris has the right to cancel the booking.
  • Payments can be made by bank transfer to our bank account in Uganda. Transfer costs are to be paid by the client(s) before the start of the safari.

Note: Regretfully, payments with credit or debit card are not possible and traveler cheques are no longer accepted.

Cancellations By Client (s) And Refunds

    • All cancellation requests must be made in writing and shall be effective on the date of actual receipt by Kubwa Five Safaris.
    • The amount of the cancellation fee is calculated according to the date on which the Kubwa Five Safaris receives written cancellation notice and the following cancellation charges apply to the basic program rate:
60 days or more prior to arrival 10% charge
59 – 32 days prior to arrival 25% charge
31 – 8 days prior to arrival 50% charge
7 – 3 days prior to arrival 75% charge
48 hours or less prior to arrival 100% charge

Kubwa Five Safaris reserves the right to deduct all expenses incurred from money paid.

  • Gorilla permits and internal air tickets are 100% non-refundable.
  • No refunds will be made for clients in case they halt the trip when the trip has already started.
  • No refunds will be made for any unused services, late arrival, or no-show of any of the members of the tour.


  • Uses cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus.
  • Linens, towels, and laundry washed in line with local authority guidelines.
  • The guest accommodation is disinfected between stays.
  • The accommodation partner we work with follows the guidelines of local authorities.
  • Equipment for activities is disinfected before and/or after use.

Physical distancing

  • Cashless payment is available.
  • Physical distancing is maintained.
  • Instructors maintain a distance from the client at all times possible.
  • Activities take place outside where possible.

Safety features

  • Staff follows all safety protocols as directed by the local government.
  • Hand sanitizer available in guest rooms and key areas.
  • Process in place to check the health of guests.
  • First aid kit available.
  • A room is available to isolate suspected or infected COVID-19 patients.
  • Protective masks are available for all staff.
  • Protective masks available for clients.

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