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Uganda Safaris bring so many promising attractions. “The Pearl of Africa” is blessed with some of the most fantastic volcanic mountains, lush valleys, and vast lakes. And, how can we not mention the single most compelling natural experience of gorilla trekking? In addition to that Uganda Safari also offers several thrilling Uganda Hiking Trips as well.

1 Day Sipi Falls Hike

The Sipi falls will take you to the Mt Elgon slopes, east of Uganda. This awesome Uganda Hiking activity offers amazing experiences with a good dose of adrenaline rush and beautiful sightseeing.

Duration: 5 hrs

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park Day Hike To Sabyinyo Volcano Hike

After mountain gorilla tracking, the Mount Sabyinyo hike is the most sought-after Uganda Safari Activity.  Mount Sabyinyo is one of the eight volcanoes of the famous Virunga ranges of Africa. This hike will take you up all 3 peaks reaching the top of the highest peak of Sabyinyo.

Duration: 9hrs

Muhabura Hike

Take on an adventurous trek through scenic western Uganda to reach the Muhabura Mountain. This offbeat Uganda Hiking Trip will take you through some unique terrains which often look like a desert covered with thick scrubs and thickets of broad spine plants giving you an impression of Yucca.

Duration: 3 days

Top Uganda Hiking Trips Itinerary Of Gazelle Safaris Africa

Climb Margherita Peak Via Kilambre Route

Top Highlights

  • Wildlife sightings
  • Cultural encounters
  •  Hiking
  •  Birding

Hike to the most alluring Ruwenzori Mountain via two discrete 6-9 day trial circuits. Enjoy a fascinating succession of attitudinally –defined vegetation zones and awe-worthy glacial peaks. Don’t worry about altitude sickness as normal Ruwenzori hikes stick below the snow lines.

Duration: 6-9 days

Hike to Mountain Of The Moon

Top Highlights

  • Wildlife sightings
  • Cultural encounters
  • Hiking
  • Birding

Hike through UNESCO World Heritage Ruwenzori Mountain to the highest point of Uganda- The Mountains of the Moon! This Uganda Hiking Trip offers an unrivaled wilderness experience along with access to the glacial peak coated in permanent equatorial snow and ice.

Duration: 10 nights, 11 days

For more information about Uganda Hiking Trips, visit Gazelle Safaris Africa today. Our Uganda Travel Guide will help you plan your tailor-made itinerary.

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Uganda Hiking Trips Itineraries

6 Days Mount Elgon Hike

Kampala | Mbale | Sasa trail | Sipi Valley

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Hike The Mountains Of The Moon 11 Days

Kampala | Kasese | Matte Hut | Bujuku Hut | Elena Hut

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Climb Margherita Peak Via Kilembe Route

Kampala | Kasese | Sine Hut | Mutinda Hut | Elena Hut

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11 Days From Request Quote

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Frequently Asked Questions

Although Uganda has a long turbulent history of wars and massaccour, those are days of the past. Now it is one of the safest countries to visit. Moreover, the Ugandan people are very warm, welcoming and hospitable. One visit and your heart will forever belong to Uganda.

The dry seasons of June to August and December to January are the best time to travel to Uganda. As the conditions are most ideal for gorilla and chimps tracking.

The Uganda Safari Cost depends on several factors however the average cost of Uganda safari can come up to 700$ along with 900$ for accommodations per head.

Nicknamed as the “ Pearl of Africa '' Uganda is a very beautiful country with awesome landscapes, the array of wildlife, rainforests and several mesmerizing lakes and rivers.

With an array of wildlife and housing some of the rarest and endangered species, Uganda is home to no less than 10 National parks and 12 National Reserves.

Uganda Safaris offer various tourist accommodations in the form of safari camps and campsites in all the popular Uganda National Parks along with hotels to hostels suiting every budget.

For gorilla trekking, you’ve to hike through difficult terrain, water bodies, thick vegetation, hills and valleys. The activity can possess some initial challenges but in the end, it’ll be rewarding.

Rwanda is a much smaller country in comparison to Uganda. But Rwanda has more than twice the number of habituated mountain gorilla groups than Uganda. Also, the permits are more easily available. As Gorilla is the main attraction, so both countries will be better to see Gorillas.

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