Adventure & Activities

We offer a wide range of activities which can be included in your trip. Adding an exhilarating White Water Rafting experience or one of our Wildlife Safaris turns a good trip into an exceptional one. Our activities are tailored to suit those with a sense of adventure as well as those who wish to travel at a more sedate pace!

The Batwa Cultural Village has provides visitors with an insight into the local Batwa culture. It also helps to demonstrate their way of life in the forest.

Kibale Forest is the best location for regular and reliable chimpanzee sightings. Our professional guides will lead you every step of the way.

There are large families of endangered Golden Monkeys in the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. This is a unique and highly rewarding experience.

Gorilla trekking in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park and Uganda's Bwindi Forest are without a doubt our most popular activities.

A boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel is a truly memorable experience. This water channel is home to the largest population of hippos in Africa.

The city’s Genocide Memorial was established as a centre where visitors can learn about Rwanda’s history. It covers pre-colonial times up to the 1994 genocide.

The Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is home to around 50 orphaned chimpanzees. It was built in 1998 on a small island on Lake Victoria.

Uganda's monstrous Nile Perch can weigh up to 200kg. "Catch and release" fishing on Lake Victoria and the River Nile is a highly popular activity.

The Nyungwe walkway is over 200 metres long and crosses over a deep valley. As the mist rises up from below it mysteriously shrouds the ancient forest.

An exhilarating day out on the Nile, which boasts “white-knuckle” Grade 5 rapids. This activity is full of adventure and very popular with families.

The National Parks of Tanzania and Kenya offer exceptional wildlife viewing. These locations are easily combined with a gorilla trekking itinerary.

The Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is the only place to see wild rhinos in Uganda. It is a re-introduction project started by Rhino Fund Uganda.