MD’s Message – House of Uganda Safaris Ltd.

Lydia Ngabirano

As I look to the future, I am excited about the growth of tourism in Uganda and the future for House of Uganda Safaris. The facilities available to guests to Uganda have continually improved. This enables us to provide a better African Experience. As a Ugandan, I’m committed to promoting Uganda as one of the world’s leading tourist destinations and East Africa in general. House of Uganda safaris team is committed to making sure that every safari participant has an outstanding trip.

Transportation has come a long way in the last 10 years in Uganda. There are now daily scheduled flights by Aerolink Uganda to the popular destinations from Entebbe international airport. Flights go to Bwindi Impenetrable national park and Queen Elizabeth national Park; Murchison falls park and Kidepo valley national park is with minimum numbers. Charter flights too are available for those seeking greater flexibility.    Most parks and towns have air strips accessible by smaller planes.

Entebbe international airport served by a number of international carries like KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Ethiopian airlines, Emirates, Qatar airways, SN Brussels, South China Air , South African airways, Kenya Airways Rwanda Express and many more makes Uganda easily accessed by visitors from all over the World.

The road network too has been transformed with the major high ways across the country upgraded to first class paved roads. I welcome visitors from all over the world to Uganda to enjoy the stunning lushness and specular landscape; the best primate viewing experience like gorilla and chimpanzee tracking, game viewing of the big five and huge buffalo herds and the best varied bird watching experiences imaginable. The very mild climate averaging 25 degrees, the friendly people and their rich culture will make your stay a memorable one!

To serve our clients better, we have added International air ticketing service.

In a country where echo tourism is the conservation theme, visitors to Uganda will be guaranteed a premium nature recreation with minimum numbers.