Get this exotic feeling when traveling with your beloved one to Uganda. Go back to nature and enjoy lush greenery, original wildlife, good food, and friendly people. Make long lasting experiences while watching our wild animals in the national parks or even Mountain Gorillas.
The experienced Ugandan tour guides guarantee an exciting and unspoiled journey. Imagine an overnight in one of our lodges from moderate to luxury. Right in the jungle or overlooking large plains with a mountain view at the distance. While you are enjoying your sundowner and looking forward to a mouthwatering dinner. Take back sustained memories including unique photos and videos to share with your friends.
Because it is your unique honeymoon, we like to share our best tips as follows:-
Focus on wildlife viewing for a honeymoon safari in Uganda
Uganda’s wildlife is found in the 10 national parks and 13 wildlife reserves of which 5 are savanna wilderness areas and 3 are tropical forests. Immerse yourself in the wonders of nature.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Encounter the Gentle Giants
In the misty embrace of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies a remarkable encounter with the mountain gorillas, one of nature’s most fascinating creatures. Trekking through dense rainforests, you’ll find yourself surrounded by a symphony of sounds and captivating greenery. Led by experienced guides, you’ll embark on a thrilling journey to find these gentle giants in their natural habitat. As you come face-to-face with the mountain gorillas, their expressive eyes and gentle demeanor will leave you in awe. This rare and intimate encounter is an extraordinary privilege, providing a profound connection with the natural world and a newfound appreciation for these magnificent creatures.
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Best savanna national parks for honeymoon safari
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth N.P. is situated in the rift valley on the leeward side of the snow-capped Rwenzori mountain range. The park boats open savanna, tropical forests, wetlands, and the Kazinga channel which connects lake Edward and lake George. It’s the true jewel of Uganda’s safari destinations, promising an unforgettable journey into the heart of the animal kingdom. There are two unique sections of the park to consider as you embark on your safari adventure, the Kasenyi plains and Ishasha wilderness. The Kasenyi plains in the north offers lion tracking, game drives, and the boat cruise on the channel. Witness an African elephant, their massive presence commanding attention at every turn. Look out for the elusive leopard, known for its stealth and grace, as well as the mighty tree climbing lion, reigning supreme over the grasslands. Whilst in the park, you may stay longer and add an element of exciting primate tracking adventures to your safari experience. These include chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura gorge and Kalinzu forest reserves, which are part of the protected area. This park offers diverse accommodation.
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Honeymoon in Uganda with a rush of adrenaline in Jinja
Jinja is situated along the Victoria Nile, where the River Nile begins. Its invaluable location conveys a sense of adventure so fond of enjoyment. Jinja city is an excellent vacation spot for couples who enjoy water activities including white water rafting, kayaking, river tubing, fishing, and sunset boat rides. Jinja also offers horseback riding, bungee jumping, quad biking, and cycling. That’s why Jinja has developed into an “Adventure Capital of East Africa.”Both in the city and along the banks of the Nile, there are a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels, resorts, campgrounds, and lovely gardens. The staff will serve you with warmth and gusto, you anticipate having a wonderful honeymoon period. Jinja also has a private sailing club and a 9-hole golf course to play right on the shores. There’s much more to do. Jinja which was formerly a fishing village is today Uganda’s second industrial center with 2 hydro-power dams and over 100 industries including local beer breweries. You can explore the city to learn about the historical railway Museum and culture of Indians, and the local Basoga and Baganda who live on either side of the Nile.
Visit Sesse islands
Sesse is a group of 84 scattered islands situated 32 miles south of the equator in the Victorian part of Uganda. Boasting soft white sands and lush tropical forests surrounded by some of the clearest and bluest waters on earth, Sesse islands may be the best place for a tropical island vacation in this landlocked nation. The islands were all but inaccessible for the last 2 decades. Thanks to the miracle of the new daily ferry services, now you can travel to Bugala Island, which is the largest and most beautiful. The passenger-only MV Vanessa and MV Nathalie offer onboard special services for couples. One of the ferries will take you straight if you book to stay at Victoria Forest Resort where you’re ushered into heavenly romance. The Resort’s honeymoon package includes continental breakfast, choice of lunch and dinner, fruit basket, and bottle of wine. Swimming, sauna and steam combo, free in-room service. Couples can take island tours such as sunset boat cruises, and guided nature walks in Lutobooka forest, all of which are included in the price.