Kenya safari and Uganda gorilla trekking, one of the most frequent asked questions by our clients was are it possible to combine wildlife safari in Keny with gorilla trekking in Uganda, the answer is yes one can easily book with Kisoro Tours Uganda a complete Kenya safari and Uganda gorilla trekking all combined in one itinerary. These tours can be booked by individuals, private families, or as group safaris, it can as well budget tours, midrange tours, or luxury safari.
Our Kenya safari and Uganda gorilla trekking tours cover the most popular tourist destinations in Uganda and Kenya, for example, Uganda is the best place in the world for mountain gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park as well as chimpanzee trekking in Kibale forest national park with many primates like golden monkeys in Mgahinga gorilla national park.
Our combination of Uganda gorilla tracking and Kenya wildlife safaris are planned with less time on the road but more time to enjoy wild game viewing and relax at some 0f the best safari lodges in East Africa. Travelers can choose from our affordable combined Kenya wildlife safari and Uganda primates which includes mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, golden monkeys among others
If you book one of our tours that combines Uganda and Kenya it gives you the opportunity to experience an array of mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, golden monkeys and view wildebeest migration moving into the Masai Mara and legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, what we can assure you is that the tours of Uganda and Kenya will not disappoint because the combination of primates trekking and wildlife safari is an amazing experience you will not get anywhere else in the world.
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The safari bucket list for Uganda and Kenya includes seeing the Great Migration in the Masai Mara, amazing views of Mount Kilimanjaro, getting the opportunity to see fascinating cultures in Masai villages, trekking mountain gorillas in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, chimpanzee trekking in Kibale forest national park
On this tour Uganda and Kenya, the biggest attraction on this East African trip is the natural movement of migration of big herds of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle, it depends on when your visit Kenya, you will still get a chance to see the life-and-death struggles of the Mara River crossings as you enjoy Africa’s top predators hunting on the open plains in Masai Mara.
For those who haven’t been to Uganda, it is well known for its mountain gorillas in both Bwindi Impenetrable Forest national park and in Mgahinga gorilla national park, but while in Uganda there is a lot more to see including great wildlife safaris in the different savannah national parks, Uganda also has the highest number habituated chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park, in Kyambura gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park and in Budongo forest in Murchison Falls National Park.
Best time to go to Uganda and Kenya?
Mountain gorilla trekking and other primates are done every day throughout the year but there is what locals call high or peak season for the tourists which is during the month of June, July, August, September, October, December, and January in both Uganda and Kenya, this is not to say that during other months one cannot go for safaris in Uganda or Kenya, generally, you visit either of the countries at any time of the year but the above months are the best time to visit Uganda or Kenya for the safari because the weather is generally dry which is good when trekking primates in the forest and also game viewing in the savannah tracks are dry, it is also the best time for the wildebeest and zebra migration in the Masai Mara and Serengeti.
During the dry season in the above month’s water sources for animals tend to dry up and become fewer which draws animals to move long distances looking for water sources but also during the high/dry season in these months, there are many tourists in the parks which there are more cars on the game drive which some tourists don’t like instead they prefer to visit during low season in the months of February, March, April, May, and November.
Visitors who visit Kenya and Uganda for a safari during low season months you get to also enjoy lots of wildlife with fewer tourists and cars in the park but there is some rain which can slightly disrupt your safari activities and experience but also both countries will be looking so green everywhere and also take NOTE that the rains are not so intense it is just a few showers which can happen once or twice and after you have clear skies and sun come out again.
The combination of Kenya safari and Uganda gorilla trekking and how it is done
Safaris in both countries usually begin with a quiet African voice waking you well before sunrise and after having a coffee or tea before you head out for game viewing, trekking and many other activities led by your driver/guide go out to view wildlife, in the midmorning you will return to the lodge/hotel or camp for late full breakfast after have some time for relaxation as you are waiting for the lunch.