Tubale Safaris Services
- Our Services (What We Offer)
- Cultural Tours in Uganda
- Tubale Safari Tours in Uganda
- Recreation holidays in Uganda
- Special interest journeys in East Africa Countries.
- Sustainable Tourism
Cultural Tours in Uganda
Uganda features four major traditional and well-established kingdoms: Buganda, Toro, Bunyoro, and Busoga. Additionally, Uganda has many other different groups-peoples practising age-old cultures, customs, and traditions including the pygmy Batwa in Bwindi, the Banyakole famed for their magnificent long-horned cattle, as well as the nomadic Karamojong living in the remote, semi-arid North East bordering Kenya and South Sudan.
Historical relics including the Kasubi tombs (burial grounds of ancient Baganda kings), and the Uganda Martyrs Shrine (a much more modern religious shrine), all among reputedly the world’s most hospitable people definitely make Uganda one of the most ideal cultural tourism destinations in the world. Our consultants stand ready to work with our guests to create the most fascinating and unforgettable cultural experiential tours.
Tubale Safari Tours in Uganda
When it comes to adventure, nothing beats coming face to face with a giant Mountain Gorilla silver-back, eight times the power of a grown man, in its natural habitat. Although an encounter with the over a 100-strong family of chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park must rank as the truest definition of a walk on the wild side- it could stop your heart.
To partake in the wildest white water rafting amongst the rapids of the magnificent river Nile, the world’s longest, is the true epitome of an adrenaline-pumping river adventure and we think that a bungee jumping thrill over the river Nile must be what real ‘dare-devilism’ is about. You can climb Claudius Ptolemy’s fabled ‘Mountains of the moons’, the Rwenzori and marvel at their ice-capped peaks astride the equator on a 7-day adventure with experienced guides; or hike the fringes of the famous Mount Elgon on the Uganda/Kenya border.
If you take a launch boat on the Nile, in Murchison Falls National Park, come up close to the base of the glorious Murchison Falls itself where the mighty river forces its entire self through a narrow 7m cleft to tumble 43m down in a thunderous show of mighty power; without a doubt some of the most breathtaking sceneries imaginable.
You could also take a hike up to the top of the falls and marvel at the falls from above, there are just so many things you could do – Uganda must truly be the adventure capital of the world. Please contact us!
Recreation holidays in Uganda
Lake Victoria, the world’s second-largest freshwater lake, provides numerous opportunities for beach tourism on its edge in Entebbe as well as at various islands including Ssese Islands and Bulago Island, where one can enjoy walks on the beach, boat rides, lazy bird walks, some water sports, visits to the local fishing villages, etc.
Relax on the shores of Lake Bunyonyi, enjoy the peace, beauty, and tranquillity at the source of the Nile in Jinja, and visit the Mahatma Gandhi Shrine, the universal apostle of peace and non-violence; his ashes were immersed in the river Nile in 1948, as he requested.
Enjoy launch cruises on the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park or step out to mix and mingle with local Ugandans on a night outing in Kampala and feel the pulse of this buzzing capital city; Ugandans love to have a giant amount of fun – you’re more than welcome to join.
Special interest journeys in East African Countries.
Besides the classical safaris, Tours in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and offers theme-based packages and special interest tours, like gorilla and chimpanzee trekking tours, honeymoons, Safari Holidays in Uganda and all East African Countries, Wildlife Safari Tours, Game Drive and Boat Cruise Safaris, Mountain Climbing Safaris, Hotels and Lodges Booking, White water Rafting Safaris, Cultural Safaris of East Africa, Birding Tours of East Africa, Volunteering SafarisTours, City tour in East Africa Countries, incentive group tours, tribal and homestead tours, philanthropic tours, school/colleges groups and many more.
Tubale Safaris LTD is highly conscious of the need to protect the natural environment and valuable cultural heritage. We have therefore initiated a number of projects, to maximize the benefits tourism can bring to local communities.
One of these projects is the cooperation with a local family in Nyakahangi Village in Kibiito Bunyangabu District, where guests can learn more about the culture of the different tribes and interact with the local people. A visit will support community-based initiatives, varying from the construction of schools to the supply of clean drinking water and the making of traditional handicrafts.