Uganda – Welcome to the Pearl of Africa

We are a young company, Sosur Adventures Ltd., focused on safaris and different tours in Uganda, inviting yuo to come to Uganda.

If you would like to experience the adventure of your lifetime, contact us and we will make it happen for you. Our goal is to satisfy you, our guest, beyond expectation.

We offer fully guided safaris, as well as self-drive safaris, whereby you are traveling on your own, we are still there for you to assist you in any situation.

We cooperate with several well-experienced drivers with safari vehicles. No cutting edges in our services to make sure your experience with us will be special.

If you want to visit the mountain gorillas in the forest, the Big 5, or all the different wildlife that Uganda offers, you are at the right place. We tailor your safari fully to your wish. We are focused on small groups to provide a personal experience.

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our top Uganda safaris with the best game drives

Lion in Savanah

6 Days Wildlife Safari – Waterfalls – River Nile

On this Safari you will get to see the source of the River Nile, the longest river in Africa.

You will also visit Mount Elgon in the East of Uganda, where you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful scenery of this mountainous area. You will visit the Sipi Falls and learn all about the best Arabica coffee from Uganda.

After exploring the mountain you will travel to Kidepo Valley National Park, where you will encounter lots of wildlife. Kidepo Valley National Park is one of Ugandas most unique National Parks.

After the game drives in Kidepo Valley National Park, you can travel back to Entebbe or your next destination, which can be another National Park, such as Murchison Falls National Park.

Gorillas in Uganda Bwindi Forest

8 Days Uganda Safari – Gorillas – Chimpanzee – Wildlife

On this trip, you will visit the Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

Further, you are going to encounter other primates, such as Chimpanzees and many different other monkeys in Kibale Forest National Park.

You will visit Uganda’s most popular National Park – Queen Elizabeth National Park, where you can encounter lots of different Antelopes, Buffaloes, Hippos, Warthogs, Elephants, Giraffes, Hyenas, Lions, and other animals.

This trip also includes Lake Mburo National Park. Even though it is a small Park, it is still very beautiful and you can encounter different animals, such as Zebras and with a little bit of luck, you might see Leopards too.

You can also go for a walking safari.

Gorilla spotting in Bwindi Forest

10 Days Uganda Safari – Big 5 and Gorilla Trekking

On this trip, you will visit the Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.

You will visit Uganda’s biggest National Park – Murchison Falls National Park where you can also encounter Buffaloes, Elephants, Leopards, and Lions among many other animals such as Giraffes and Antelopes.

Further, you are going to visit the Rhino sanctuary, where you will encounter the White Rhinos.

After visiting Murchison Falls National Park you will travel to Kibale Forest for Chimpanzee tracking. After the encounter with the Chimpanzees, you will proceed to Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda’s most famous National Park.

Last but not least comes the absolute Highlight of this Safari, which is the close encounter with the Silverback Mountain Gorillas. This event will leave you stunned and give you lifetime memories.

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What is included


All our guided safari packages include:

Accommodation of your choice according to your budget.

Food and drinks, if you have chosen Full-Board.

Safari vehicle, fuel, driver, guides, entry fees for national parks.

Drinks and snacks between the locations and during game drives.

What is NOT included


Flights to and from Uganda.

Eventual medical services or treatments.

Accommodations before or after your safari.

Souvenirs, additional food and drinks.

Additional entry fees, if you wish to stop over at places that are not on the route of the chosen package.

Why Uganda?

Uganda is located in the eastern part of Africa, where parts of the country are highlands, often more than 1000 meters above sea level, with several mountains, and lakes of which Lake Victoria is the biggest and most famous one and has very green vegetation.

Famous Mountains, like the Rwenzori Mountains in the west (once called the Mountains of the Moon), Mount Elgon in the East, once the highest Mountain in Africa, bordering Kenya, and several others are found in Uganda.

Not so popular about Mt Elgon is, that this mountain has the biggest caldera on this planet. Mount Elgon is a great opportunity for hikers to climb to the summit at 4321 meters above sea level. There are several rivers coming from this mountain, creating waterfalls, of which the Sipi Falls are among the famous ones. Even hot springs can be found there.

Uganda is a very green country. Uganda has several lakes, and many rivers are flowing through the land providing water for the vegetation and the inhabitants of Uganda.

In the western part of the country are many crater lakes, that create beautiful sceneries. Lots of forests, savannahs, and even tropical zones, are a habitat for huge populations of wild animals.

In short, Uganda is a paradise for birds, and animals as well as nature and wildlife lovers. Uganda has far fewer tourists, which is a great opportunity to experience more individual safaris without the masses. It is a great opportunity for a special safari.

National Parks, protected against human destruction, are providing a safe space for animals to grow and expand their populations. Even though growing tourism, has some impact also in the National Parks, but still very huge areas still stay untouched and free from humans, except for some research.

sunrise at the river nile
sunrise at the river nile

Uganda, home of the Mountain Gorillas


Even though Uganda is not so well known for its beauty, therefore much more for the Gorillas, residing in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.

When traveling to Uganda, you have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet these majestic creatures. Plan for this trip early to make sure you get the chance to see these gorillas.

You can participate in a guided tour through the jungle of Uganda, in search of the gorillas. On this tour, you can meet the gorillas, maybe even spot a baby gorilla, and even interact with them, in a safe way of course.

Best time to explore Uganda

West Uganda at the Rwenzri Mountains

Uganda has different climate zones and the weather can vary quite a lot depending on which region you visit. While the mountainous regions are much cooler than the hot flatlands, they also can get rain more often.

The generally dry season, and the best time for exploring Ugandan Wildlife, is from December to February and June to August.

In the other months, it can rain quite a lot and sometimes heavily, while this can also vary from region to region. On rainy days it can become impossible to go for a safari game drive. The roads can get flooded or too muddy, which makes it impossible to drive through.

Note: Heavy rain can disturb Gorilla trekkings.

The dry season has some advantages. The grass in the savannah grasslands is less high and less dense. It is easier to spot wildlife and animals coming to water ponds.

Uganda – the country with ten National Parks

and ELEVEN Wildlife Reserves

The biggest National Park in Uganda


River nile at the Murchison Falls

The most popular National Park in Uganda


Queen Elizabeth NP - tree climbing lion

Uganda – the paradise for nature lovers

Uganda’s Flora and Fauna are very rich and very diverse. The beautiful landscape with forests that host very big populations of several bird species next to the wildlife. All kinds of birds can be found in Uganda. From the smallest to the biggest, tiny Hummingbirds as well as the big Marabou Stork. In general, many bird species are big.

Uganda hosts more than 1000 bird species. Many of them can be found anywhere, but of course, it is hard to spot them in areas with dense populations. In national parks, wildlife reserves, or even other areas where birds are not disturbed much by humans, they can be found more easily.

Bird watchers and bird enthusiasts have a lot of opportunities to spot hundreds of bird species, it’s a real paradise for bird photographers.

Of course, it is not only about birds. As Uganda has several national parks with lots of wildlife, everyone who loves animals will find satisfaction in game drives in national parks, spotting different animals in their environment.

It is a really different experience to meet wild animals in their freedom than in a zoo. The behavior of an Elephant in their environment is very different from that in a zoo and it is recommended to be aware that these animals can become dangerous to humans.

secretary bird walking in pian upe wildlife reserve
hornbill bird with antelope
ugandan crested crane

Contact us

Would you like to explore Uganda differently?

We offer tailor-made safari packages, customized just for you, as well as guided safaris.


Whether you wish to have a guided or self-drive safari – we are happy to help.