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Birding Safaris and Bird Watching Tours

Choose from our range of birding safaris and bird watching tours in Uganda spanning from 7 days to 10 Days. We fully understand the needs of a birder and are well placed to offer you a great birding experience in Uganda among other destinations. Our Uganda birding safari packages take you to different destinations including swamps, forests and the savannah where you are able to spot different specialities and tick a good number off your list.

Birding Safaris - Bird Watching in Uganda

shoebill in mabambaThis 7 days birding safari in Uganda begins with a visit to Mabamba swamp - one of the best places to spot the rare Shoebill Stork, the Kampala trail, mabira forest and the Sesse Islands. This package offers a great opportunity for birders to experience nature and a great birding experience in the Jungles of Uganda and total relaxation on a prestine island.
flycatcher birdThis 8 Days birding trip is an action packed adventure taking you to Mabira forest for the best of forest birding and Murchison falls national park where you will discover amazing nature and experience a remarkable birding experience. You will enjoy a visit to Bigodi swamp famed as the home of the Great Blue Turaco and other specialities endemic to the habitat.
birds of UgandaDepending on the time of arrival you might spend the afternoon at UWEC, home to captive animals and over 170 species of birds. This includes 7 species of weavers, such as the rare Northern Masked Weaver and Orange Weaver. This 10 Days birding package uncovers the best of bird watching in western Uganda taking you to Lake Mburo national park, Queen Elizabeth national park and lake Bunyonyi - the Island of litle birds! A city trail just before your airport transfer will be the last bit of your birding adventure and a memorable one.
bird watching in bunyonyi Look also for birds such as the Crested Francolin, Emerald spotted Wood Dove, Bare faced Go-Away bird, Green Wood Hoopoe, Common Scimitarbill, Spot-Flanked Barbet, Lilac breasted Roller, Northern Black Tit, Trilling Cisticola, Greater Blue Eared Starling, African Grey Hornbill and Brown Parrot. We will make an evening game drive along the Kigambira loop. Species that may be seen are the localized Red Faced Barbet, Black Collared Barbet, Red Headed lovebird, Lead colored Flycatcher and Green capped Eremomela

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