WHAT IS INCLUDED
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Planning an all-inclusive Uganda safari holiday means saving on time, money and reducing trip fatigue. You get the exceptional skills of your highly trained safari guide, that chilled drink perfectly prepared when you stop to watch the sunset in the middle of nowhere, freshly baked treats with your morning coffee, or a surprise dinner under a lantern-lit tree. Additionally, with our local experts’ help, you get first-hand expert advice during the planning phase, which means you don’t sacrifice luxury and comfort. In fact, the change brought by the COVID-19 pandemic offers a difference in the safari atmosphere where every luxury camp or lodge provides all-inclusive daily rates that include access to restricted areas, cultural experiences, community hiking experiences, exquisite gourmet cuisine, and a rich range of game-viewing activities in the care of some of Uganda’s top professional guides.
This standard of safari accommodation today is all about delighting and surprising you – whether it’s a steaming scented bath awaiting you after the evening game drive or an exquisite breakfast served at a scenic spot looking out over a dreamy landscape filled with antelope, elephant, and lion. As for Uganda’s leading lodges and tented camps, suites open onto private decks and plunge pools, and three-course dinners rival top city restaurants. And between drives, you can have a massage at the spa or gaze at the ever-changing tropical skies lounger with the best views.
Planning an All-inclusive Uganda Safari
Uganda is still low-key with tourist crowds: all-inclusive group tours seldom exceed six in number. Even the most popular wildlife game-viewing circuits retain a relatively unconstrained atmosphere. The Pearl of Africa’s wide selection of forested and game reserves remain highly accessible to independent travelers and relatively affordable to those on a limited budget, such as off-the-beaten-track gems as the Ssese Islands, Katonga Wildlife Reserve, Sipi Falls, and Kasenda Crater Lakes.
The Pearl of Africa enjoys one of the healthiest reputations of any African country regarding crime directed at tourists. The level of day-to-day hassle faced by independent travelers is negligible. And Ugandans as a whole — both those working within the tourist industry and the ordinary man or woman on the street — genuinely do come across as the warmest, friendly, and relaxed hosts imaginable.
So here are the hurdles you may have to jump while planning your all-inclusive Uganda safari holiday.