ALIVE SAFARIS Ltd
Welcomes you to Uganda – The Pearl of Africa
Alive Safaris has grown into a successful tourism company rated as one of the leading travel and tours of choice in Uganda. We are the key players in organizing Inbound and Outbound tourism, Air Ticketing services, car hire and other related activities.
Our Safaris range from both TAILOR-MADE, FIXED INDIVIDUAL/GROUP East African Safaris, short game trips in National Parks to long Safaris combining East African countries.
”Travel with us and we take you through East Africa’s most memorable tour destinations where you will experience the beauty of Africa”
EAST AFRICA SAFARIS
Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa, home to more than half the world’s mountain gorillas, and viewing them in their natural environment is one of the main attractions. On top of this, Uganda has a good number of chimpanzees and there are several places where you can track them. With over 1000 species recorded inside its small borders, Uganda is one of the best bird-watching destinations in the world, while Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos.
Rwanda is not only the land of a thousand hills, but also a country rich in flora and fauna and stunning natural beauty in its scenic rolling and breathtaking green Savannah. The country hosts some rare species of animals like the silver back mountain gorillas as well as unique birds and insects in the tropical forest of Nyungwe.
Uganda is the richest African birding destination in that, within the surroundings of the capital city Kampala, you can record nearly 300 species in a day, and all this is thanks to the richly diverse of habitats from the scenic shores of Lake Victoria to the lush forests of the Albertine Rift and the banks of the mighty Nile River. 23 Albertine Endemics occur here and are difficult or even impossible to find somewhere else. Making Uganda a birder’s paradise…
Rwanda’s location in the Albertine Rift and its dense forests and mountains create a unique and remarkable environment for the eco-tourist to enjoy. it has over 700 species of birds and supports the second highest number of Albertine Rift endemics than any other country. Rwanda has seven Important Birding Areas including the three National Parks—Volcanoes, Akagera and Nyungwe, Rugezi Swamp, Akanyaru, Nyabarongo and Cyamudongo.
The wetlands and lakes of Akagera National Park are home to the elusive Shoebill stork, and is one of the easiest sites in the region where it can be seen.