Discover Uganda and Rwanda



Visit two of Tanzania’s largest and most untouched reserves as you enjoy a luxury tented safari in the Nyerere National Park (Selous) and Ruaha National Park.

Be far removed from daily life as you relax in the heart of the Tanzanian wilderness. Expect fantastic game viewing, exciting daily activities, wonderful hospitality and unforgettable memories.


  • Fly-in itinerary – spend more time on safari
  • Intimate and exclusive tented camps
  • Ideal for romantics who enjoy adventure
  • Game drives, walks and river safaris
  • Fantastic birdwatching and photography


Day to day


Laid-back living on Lake Victoria

Entebbe is the laid back alternative to Kampala when beginning and ending your Ugandan vacation. This modern and picturesque city – though not the capital – is home to the country’s international airport and is sprawled across the banks of Africa’s largest lake, the magnificent Lake Victoria. Kampala is little over an hour inland and to the north, while Entebbe itself is the very gateway to all that Uganda has to offer. Visitors to the city can take to the Mabamba Swamps in a wooden canoe to spot the shy Shoebill, spend a day strolling about Entebbe’s Wildlife Education Centre – home to an array of interesting animals, or relax in the Entebbe Botanical Gardens and

A spiritualist water wonderland

Many old pits abound with sparkling waters in the enchanted scene that is Uganda’s Bunyaruguru Crater Lake Region. Along this stretch, 52 lakes shaped by fierce volcanic ejections and loaded up with downpours from the African sky anticipate investigation. From peaceful swims and grand kayaks down distinctive conduits to amazing safaris, this huge scope offers an African encounter like no other.

Home to the blue bloods of the collective of animals


Guests will think that its difficult to accept that Queen Elizabeth National Park was assaulted by a war a few decades prior. Uganda’s best-adored park has ricocheted once again from its violent history and is presently the nation’s most visited park. The recreation center is home to tree-climbing lions, 600 types of winged animal, and a radiant scene of acacia forest, savannah, and bogs spotted by cavity lakes, cones, and other volcanic highlights. Under 400km from Uganda’s capital and biggest city, Kampala, Queen Elizabeth National Park’s limits secure a plenty of natural life sure to make each safari-goer’s fantasies materialize.

Reveal the verdant privileged insights of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Patches of mist are often seen rolling through the verdant valleys of rich afro-montane forest in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Bordering the DRC and in the south-west corner of the country, some parts of the park extend over 2,600m above sea-level and showcase impressive clashes between afro-montane forest and plains forest. Bwindi’s vine-covered, fern-rich canopies create a haven for the critically-endangered mountain gorilla. It is also one of three places in the world where visitors can track these magnificent primates.

Live among the great mountain gorillas


Home to the basically imperiled mountain gorilla and a mountain chain of old volanoes, Volcanoes National Park is one of the most foreseen pieces of visiting Rwanda and one of the principle reasons numerous explorers go to the nation in any case. It highlights heavenly perspectives, lavish backwoods and a few extravagant hotels.

The entryway to Rwanda’s fortunes


Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Kigali has overcome its dark past to become one of the most striking and secure cities in Africa and the pride of Rwanda. Lush hillsides rise up to meandering avenues and streets bustling with people in this cosmopolitan metropolis. Located in the geographical heart of Rwanda, Kigali is also a launchpad from which to explore the country’s many natural wonders. The vibrant shopping malls in the city centre with their boutiques and coffee shops display the modern nature of the city.

  •  Scheduled flights, including safety fees, according to itinerary
  • While resident at the camps – Guests are covered for local medical evacuation
  • International flights
  • Airport taxes
  • All meals and drinks not specified
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

 An exclusive safari in some of Tanzania’s most vast and remote wilderness areas. Enjoy gorgeous hand-picked safari camps & amazing personalised service.

Liesel van Zyl

Product Manager