Uganda Birding Safaris and Wildlife Tours
Founded in 2000, Livingstone African Safaris is one of the leading Uganda birding safaris and wildlife tour companies, operating throughout the country.
We specialise in Uganda wildlife experiences – birdwatching, general nature safaris and tours, butterfly watching and Mountain Gorilla safaris – but we also offer cultural trips and other adventures such as white-water rafting.
Our company was established by the renowned Kalema Livingstone, who has extensive experience and knowledge of travel in Uganda and has been organising trips in the region for over 20 years. Kalema has handpicked a team of exceptional nature guides to look after our visitors. They know Ugandan wildlife very well, having been born and raised here, but they also speak fluent English and several local languages.
Our birding and wildlife safaris in Uganda can range from a 10-day tour up to a mega 30-day tour (which can produce over 750 bird species) or a bespoke birdwatching or safari holiday that will cater for your particular interests and the time of year you want to visit. We can also organise photography and wildlife filming trips. We have taken several film crews from the UK, Canada and the US on location, including one working on a National Geographic project.
Another specialist area offered by Livingstone African Safaris is gorilla trekking. We lead expeditions where you can see gorillas living in their beautiful high altitude natural rainforest. A number of the wildlife tours we offer will take eco-tourists to Queen Elizabeth National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, besides other parts of this breathtaking country.
We are proud that we have a large number of clients making return bookings and recommending us to friends due to our great level of knowledge of the region, as well as the quality of the service we offer. We go the extra mile to show you real Ugandan spirit and beauty. On our tours we offer a truly unique experience of a fascinating country, rich in wildlife.
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