Uganda Safari


Murchison Falls National Park is the largest national park in Uganda and is the main national park used for many traditional safaris, where volunteers are looking to spot the Big 5 (elephant, lions, leopards, giraffes and water buffalo). Renowned for its rough roads, the beauty of the park and abundance of wildlife certainly offset the hardships safari goers have to endure while traveling to Murchison Falls. 

$350USD (group discounts available - enquire for more information)


Day One: Depart Kampala and stop for lunch before visiting the White Rhino Sanctuary. Here you will meet an experienced guide and get to walk around with White Rhinos and learn more about them and conservation efforts. You will then go to the hotel for a night where you will stay. 

Day Two: You will leave in the morning for the National Park, and have lunch at the campsite before going on the game drive for about 3-5 hours. You should expect to see some of the Big Five. You will have dinner at the campsite and stay for the night. 

Day Three: You get up early and do a river cruise down the Nile to the base of the falls where you can often see hippos and crocodiles in the water. Then you will hike up to the top of the waterfalls before going back home.


- Transport

- Entry to Rhino Sanctuary

- Entry to Game Park

- One night accommodation in a hotel and one night camping

- Guide for the weekend

- Boat trip and hike

Own costs:

- Food and drink

- Optional tip for the guide