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Luxury Uganda Gorilla Safaris

Inspired luxury travel to Uganda, designed for you

Gorillas and more in the undiscovered heart of Africa

Known worldwide for its very moving and peaceful natural beauty, see Uganda in all the style and sophisticated adventures that Jacada Travel can deliver.

This equatorial and central African country was rightly described by Winston Churchill as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ on account of its lush and exquisite scenery. As the source of the Nile and home to tranquil lakes, winding rivers, hills blanketed in thick jungle, and Africa’s highest mountain range, what also attracts many visitors here are its delightful people, tropical wildlife, and of course the highest concentration of primates on Earth, most notably the majestic yet rare Mountain Gorilla.

We offer completely personalised itineraries, seamless private transfers in comfortable modern vehicles, superior accommodation, exclusive experiences and expert guiding to Uganda, to bring you your extraordinary and luxury trip to this beautiful and unique country.

Get inspired by browsing through our most popular example trips below. Then call one of our expert Uganda Travel Designers to start planning the journey of a lifetime.

Whatever you want from your Africa tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Based on 808 reviews. See some of the reviews here.
“Our family trip to Kilimanjaro, Uganda & Seychelles”

Our family trip to Kilimanjaro to climb, to Uganda for gorilla trekking & to Seychelles for relaxation was a trip of a lifetime. From start to finish Jacada did an excellent job. Our local reps, hotel choices and expeditions were fabulous! I would highly recommend Jacada as a travel company and Jonny as a travel agent.

Published 25th July 2018 on TrustPilot

Inspiring Destinations in Uganda

Need to Know

9:07 is the local time
Uganda Shilling is the local currency
Kampala is the capital city
Matoke is Uganda's national dish

When to Go

Gorilla trekking in Bwindi can be done all year round, but from June to September the weather is drier. The wet season is from March to May and October to early December.


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