Uganda and Kenya safaris combined, those planning a holiday to Africa, I must say that currently Uganda gorilla and chimpanzee trekking and big game in Kenya are the most booked safari holiday combinations, this trip gives the opportunity to trek mountain gorillas in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, chimpanzee trek in Kibale forest national park, see big five on the game drive in Maasai Mara national park, Meru Samburu national reserve, Nairobi national park, and others.
Uganda and Kenya safaris combined can be booked as a solo private, family, or small group safaris and it can as well be booked as luxury safari or budget safari because all our tours are tailor-made to suit your personal interests. Uganda gorilla-chimpanzee treks and Kenya big game wildlife viewing combined will take to the Uganda most popular tourist destinations Kenya most visited national parks.
Kisoro tours Uganda organize Kenya and Uganda safaris on bother either as budget safari or luxury safari, when you book our Uganda and Kenya safaris combined either on budge or luxury you will stay in the very best Uganda and Kenya lodges, hotels, and tented camps, this because we take time to select the best accommodation for our clients and we also have partnerships with different safari lodges, hotels, and tented camps so that we can get the best prices and discounts for all our clients.
Luxury Uganda and Kenya safaris combined
If you choose to go for luxury safari you fly in between different parks within Uganda and Kenya which gives you less time on the road but gives you more time to spend on game drives/viewing, book Uganda and Kenya safaris combined which allows you to experience an array of East Africa endeared mountain gorillas in Bwindi forest, man’s closest relatives-chimpanzees in Kibale forest and game viewing in Masai Mara, Nairobi national park, if you have enough time you can extend your tour to other national parks which may include visiting famous Mount Kilimanjaro. For more information about Uganda and Kenya safaris, I can assure you will not be disappointed if you combine Uganda primates and Kenya wildlife safari.
Budget Uganda and Kenya safaris combined in East Africa
Kisoro tours Uganda will organize for you a budget Uganda and Kenya safari that will bring you face to face with mountain gorillas in Bwindi forest, chimpanzee trekking in Kibale forest, Kenya wildlife viewing in Masai Mara, Nairobi national park as well as the scenic drive through different villages of Uganda and Kenya
Budget Uganda and Kenya safari combined can as well be booked in the small a group of about three to ten people which can be friends, or family, this will make the tour much cheaper and. When you book on the group tour the price per person will be much less than booking a private tour because you will share all the costs which bring down the price per person.
Why Kisoro tours Uganda ltd recommends Uganda and Kenya safaris
For many years Kenya is well known for its big five game viewing (big cats), savannah grasslands, landscapes, Rift Valley lakes, and tropical coast. While Uganda is known as the primates capital of Africa and the whole world so combining Uganda primates and Kenya wildlife game viewing which includes seeing the Great Migration in the Masai Mara is a lifetime experience.
Best time to go for Uganda and Kenya safaris in Africa?
Both in Uganda and Kenya have two main seasons which is high/peak season and low/wet season whereby most of the tourists and other visitors prefer to visit Uganda and Kenya during the high/peak season also known as dry season in the months of June, July, August, September, December, January, and February but you can still go for gorilla trekking in Uganda and wildlife safari in Kenya throughout the year.
During above period is the best time to visit Uganda and Kenya for a safari because the weather is dry making it the best time to see animals and enjoy game drives, but also during this high season/pear there will be many tourists which brings many cars during the game drive which requires to book in advance and it might affect the experience.
During the low/wet season in the months of March, April, May, and November, you will still get to enjoy lots of wildlife but it is a rainy season which can slightly disrupt you but say during this time there are few tourists making it more interesting seeing animals everywhere by yourself. Most of our clients booking for Uganda and Kenya safari tend to avoid low/wet season in the months of March, April, May, and November simply because they think that they will be much rain which affects game drive tracks making it hard to drive through but I can tell that if you are looking at doing a stress-free and cheapest safaris in Uganda and Kenya book during low season because there are fewer tourists and cars on the tracks.
Uganda mountain gorilla and chimpanzee trekking are the top adventure/attraction, Africa, other exciting activity includes golden monkey trekking in Mgahinga gorilla national park and game viewing in other Ugandan Savannah national parks like Queen Elisabeth national park, Murchison falls national park, Kidepo valley national park, and Lake Mburo national park