Don’t pass a group safari organized in Uganda. You can be proud of connecting with others and networking as a group when you visit national parks, lakes, rivers, mountains, beaches, and more as friends, family, coworkers, classmates, and more. As laughter gets louder, more is felt. Those with good cameras should sit on the window side because most of the action happens in the back seats. Group safaris in Uganda are flexible, economical, and thrilling since at the end of the trip, new networks are formed and a lot of knowledge is gained.

Uganda is a beautiful country with friendly people, a wide diversity of flora and fauna, unique physical features, and enormous bodies of water. If you don’t have a group, a Ugandan tour operator can help you find one. Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, the Republic of Rwanda, and Sudan are its neighbors in the East of Africa.

Activities to do during Group safaris in Uganda.

Gorilla trekking

It is common knowledge that moving through a forest alone is not for the faint of heart. This is a factor in the decision to go on a group safari to see gorillas in Uganda. Families of gorillas live together in a social environment. They are extremely playful, have almost 98 percent of their DNA in common with humans, and are headed by a huge dominating silverback whose job it is to rule the family, explore new lands, and other things.

Groups of up to eight individuals are permitted to track a gorilla family per day in order to conserve these shy apes and their habitat. You are accompanied by the ranger guides as you search for them in their respective territories. Gorilla permits are available for 700 USD per person, per day of hiking, and are required to access gorillas. Due to the great demand for these permits, early reservations are necessary.

Game drives

What a wait a group of friends and family meeting members of the Big5 cats, the warthogs, Buffaloes, the giant African elephants, zebras, giraffes, Uganda Kobs, leopards, tree climbing lions, Rhinoceros, and more. Visit; Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo national park, Murchison Falls national park, Semuliki national park, Kidepo valley national park and encounter a variety of flora and fauna. Safari Vans are used for game drives in the morning and evening. These are not constrained by quantity or age.

Boat Cruise

Crocodiles, hippos, aquatic birds and the visiting mammals quenching their thirst. Let the group get into the boat and spend hours sailing on a no-man’s Land. Group boat cruises are an amazing journey because everyone is on board from the beginning to the end.

R. Nile in Murchison Falls National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, and Lake Victoria, the second-largest freshwater lake in Uganda, are among the best places for boat cruises. Kazinga Channel is located in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The watercraft required for these activities are also present, safe, and operated by qualified individuals.

Cultural adventures / tours.

There are more than 56 ethnic groups in Uganda, each having its own history, culture, cuisine, dance, and dress. You can spice up your cross-country trip by going out with them and dancing, singing, jumping, and walking. These neighborhood projects are intended to protect the weaker members of the community.

In addition to giving them hope, visiting communities can provide you with knowledge about rural life, entertainment, and cultural exchange. Since all group members receive appropriate care and enjoyment, Ugandans are very hospitable people who take pleasure in welcome guests, the group size is not regulated.

Adventure activities

Take time together to confront your worries and come out on top. With pals, go kayaking, bungee jumping, white water rafting on the Nile, and more. Some people are frightened, while others are brave and ready to face any challenge that comes their way. Adventures in Uganda are professionally organized, incredibly thrilling, and capable of giving every moment of the experience a meaningful context. Everyone dons safety gear before the activity begins, and everyone is expected to abide by the established rules.

Best time to visit Uganda as a group.

The entire year is dedicated to group tours, which are organized by professionals. The hours of operation for the national parks and game reserves are 6:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday through Sunday. According to the weather, the best months for outdoor activities are from December to February and from June to September because there are little to no raindrops during those times. However, the greatest times to go birdwatching are during the rainy seasons, from March to June and from October to November, when the flora is green and the migratory birds are there, among other things. Whatever time you decide to visit the African pearl, everything is prepared.

Accommodation and what to carry

In any group tour, this is one of the most crucial factors to consider. Depending on how long you stay, camping and staying in bandas offer unequaled experiences. The various lodging options range from inexpensive to luxurious, with excellent linen, meals and exclusive peace of mind.

The length and activities of the safari determine what you should pack. Camera, binoculars, long sleeve shirts, insect repellent, pair of pants, hand cloves, all necessary safari documents, and more are among the remarkable few. It is suggested to carry less for ease of transport.

Take advantage of a group safari in Uganda to get the most out of your vacation while saving a ton of cash. No one is left behind when traveling with friends, family, coworkers, or students. We have organized many group safaris to various parts of Uganda, all of which provided incredible travel experiences. Other activities include nightlife, photography, beach tours, and group mountain hikes.