Wild gallery Safaris is a fully registered private limited company with a focus on providing professional tour and travel operations in Uganda and other East African countries mainly Kenya, Rwanda, DRC and Tanzania.

We have pocket friendly safaris for all our visitors and also organize tailor made safaris depending on your budget. Our arrangements are made to save you the hustle of doing pre-visit preparations like buying gorilla permits, booking accommodation, securing a comfortable transport means and doing itinerary paper work. Our commitment is to make sure you have a memorable experience, a professionalized and personalized customer service from our dedicated team.

Book with us for Gorilla and Chimp tracking in Bwindi and Kibale National Parks, Adventure Wildlife and Cultural Safaris, Customized Safaris and Tours, Mountain climbing, Rafting on the Nile, Car hire, Bird- watching and community engagements across all destinations. Our team is available at all times to answer your inquiries with utmost expertise.

Internally we create and nature a healthy ,exuberant, respectful and enjoyable services to our customers and an environment, in which our employees are fairly compensated and encouraged to respect the customer and the quality of the service we provide.

To be the best solutions provider in the Tourism operations in Uganda and Beyond.


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Uganda Safari
12 Day Uganda Exclusive Safari

Meet Uganda’s friendly people and immerse yourself in her incredible diversity of culture and wildlife abundance and beauty.

6 Day Rwanda Primates Exclusive

Welcome to Rwanda, the “land of a thousand hills”. This luxury tour has been designed to show you the best highlights of this country’s treasures.

7 Day Chimps & Gorillas Safari

Explore the Pearl of Africa, a home to the endangered chimpanzees and gorillas and other vast wildlife in palm-spotted savannah, culture and food abundance.

6 Day Wings Over Amboseli and Mara

When you arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, a friendly guide driver will welcome and brief you about your adventure to the Masai Land.

7 Day Gorilla & Golden Monkey Experience.

Gorilla tracking in Mgahinga and Bwindi is one of the most thrilling and sought-after life experience.

Kidepo National Park
7 Day Kidepo Experience

You will traverse the True African Wilderness and test your adrenaline while abseiling the accentric Sipi falls to exploring the Karimajong Amanyatta homesteads.

12 Day Rwanda Extended Tour

This extended safari will take you on a marvel of Rwanda’s culture and wildlife adventure from the start to the end.

4 Day Semliki & Queen Elizabeth NP

Explore the breath taking and thrilling steamy sempaya hot springs with water boiling, bubbling and jetting from the ground at about 103 degrees Celsius with an evening boat cruise along Kazinga Channel.

Our Travel Blog

The 2nd Uganda – Kenya Coast Tourism Conference, 2023 kicks off in Kenya.

November 16, 2023
Business, Tourism

DIANI|KENYA. Over 200 tourism professionals from Uganda’s private and public

POATE 2024 promises to be best ever tourism expo

November 16, 2023
Business, Tourism

Kampala, Uganda | The eighth edition of the Pearl of

Uganda welcomes a Baby Rhino at Ziwa.

September 14, 2023

Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary celebrates another baby rhino born on 8th

Another Gold for Uganda-Victor Kiplangat is the Hero!

August 28, 2023
Athletics, Tourism

Uganda’s Victor Kiplagat is the new world marathon men’s champion. The




Where is Uganda located?

Uganda lies astride the equator in Eastern Africa between longitudes 29O east and 350 east and between latitudes 4Onorth and south, at an average altitude of 1,100 meters above sea- level. Uganda’s total area is 236,580 sq/km and it boarders Kenya in the East, DRC in the West, South Sudan in the North and Tanzania in the South.

What is there to see in Uganda?

Known as the “Pearl of Africa,” Uganda is located in the geographical heart of Africa (East Africa) and offers some of the continent’s most diverse wildlife viewing, dramatic landscapes, and immersive cultural experiences. Uganda is home to more than half the world’s population of mountain gorillas, and trekking to observe these gentle giants in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is one of the world’s top bucket list travel activities. Safari opportunities abound in savanna, forest, and wetland settings throughout 10 national parks, where visitors can come face to face with “The Big Five” – lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and buffalo – as well as giraffe, zebra, chimpanzee, hippopotamus, crocodile, and more than half of all bird species found in Africa. Among Uganda’s extraordinary natural attractions are the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains; expansive Lake Victoria, which forms the source of the Nile River; and Murchison Falls National Park.

What is the age limit for gorilla tracking?

The age limit for gorilla tracking both in Uganda and Rwanda is 15 years. This also applies to golden monkey tracking only in Uganda. Please make sure that all members are 15 or older in order to avoid any inconveniences. We shall always ensure that before you book our Gorilla tracking Uganda safaris, you do qualify to have an encounter with the gorillas. The age limit for trekking chimpanzees in Uganda is 12 years old and children 10 years and older are allowed to trek golden monkeys in Rwanda as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

How many people are allowed to trek a gorilla family?

Only a maximum of 8 people are allowed to trek or visit a given gorilla family in Bwindi, Mgahinga and Volcanoes National Park in Uganda and Rwanda per day per hour. Bwindi has about 14 habituated gorilla families to give visitors an exclusive experience. Gorilla habituation experience allows only 4 people to spend four hours with the mountain gorillas under habituation. For more information, visit https://ugandawildlife.org/national-parks/bwindi-impenetrable-national-park/

How and where do I get gorilla or chimp tracking permits?

Gorilla tracking is limited to only 18 people per day and 8 people per gorilla family. The permits are available only for people above 15 years and can be obtained only from the Uganda Wildlife Authority offices.

When is the best time to track Gorillas?

Gorillas are available all year through and can only be tracked in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga National Park both found South Western Uganda. Tracking is best done and suitable during relatively dry seasons of February to March and July to September during morning hours.

Remember, of the few remaining mountain gorillas worldwide, Uganda has the highest percentage. Over 50% of the world’s mountain gorillas call Uganda home; including the famous Silverback and Blackback. Tourists stand a 90% likelihood of seeing mountain gorillas on their first trek in Uganda’s highlands.

Where can I find Chimpanzees in Uganda?

Kibale Forest in Kibale National has the highest concentration of Chimps in entire Africa. Chimpanzees can also be found where mountain Gorillas exist like in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. The Ngamba Island on L. Victoria was reserved as a Chimpanzees Sanctuary and tourists can visit the island throughout the year to enjoy these playful creatures and have a close experience with them. Other places to see chimpanzees are Budongo Forest and Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

What immunizations are required when traveling to Uganda?

Some of the essential vaccinations required are; Yellow fever and COVID-19 vaccine, Hepatitis A and B, Meningitis, Tetanus, Polio, and Typhoid. Yellow fever and COVID-19 are very essential especially when visiting the Gorillas and Chimps but it is also recommended that you have all these vaccination certificates to avoid any inconveniences during your trip.

Do I need a visa to enter Uganda?

Yes! With effect from March 1, 1999, the Government of Uganda introduced visa requirements for all visitors entering Uganda. However, the following countries are exempted:

  • East African Community (EAC) Citizens from Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi and South Sudan.
  • Nationals of COMESA countries ( Angola, Comoros, Eritrea, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Madagascar, Rwanda, Seychelles, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe)
  • Other countries e.g. Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Fiji,Gambia, Grenada, Jamaica, Lesotho, Malta, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Solomon Islands, St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Tonga, Vanuatu, Italy (Only diplomatic passports) and Cyprus. For more information on requirements and exemptions, please visit; www.immigration.go.ug.

You can acquire a visa at Uganda’s high commission or embassy in your country of residence. Visit www.visas.immigration.go.ug to apply online.

Where do I find mountain gorillas in Uganda?

Mountain gorillas can be found in both Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, all located in the southwestern part of Uganda.

What makes Uganda "The Pearl of Africa"?

2854 Named Mountains

736 Cultural Sites

005 Dominant Religions

506 Central Forest Reserves

165 Lakes

7975 Elephants

459 Mountain Gorillas

5072 Chimpanzees

008 Major Rivers

014 Water Falls

1090 Confirmed Bird Species