Self-drive tours including accomodation
Explore Uganda on a self-drive tour with accommodation included. This option is perfect if you want to experience the privacy and flexibility of self-drive, but with the reassurance of knowing you are following a logical, well-thought-out route with overnight stays in the most beautiful lodges.
Of course, you can also opt to go with a driver-guide and enjoy a guided road trip in Uganda. You still remain in charge of your own holiday program.
We design a well-paced and varied itinerary for your road trip in Uganda and take care of the reservation and payment of all accommodations and the gorilla and chimp trekking permits if desired. The lodges we select are hand-picked. We select outstanding places and favor eco-conscious boutique hotels with the best price-quality ratio. The team of Roadtrip Africa who deals with Uganda have all lived, for several years, in Uganda. We know the country inside out.
We do not work with intermediaries. Hotel Reservations, car rental and roadside assistance are all handled by the Roadtrip Africa team. Hence no false promises. It also means we're able to offer the most competitive rates.
- Reliable 4x4 vehicle
- The best lodges
- Carefully designed route
- Tracking permits
- Airport pick up & drop off
- 24 /7 Roadside assistance
- Driver-guide (optional)
This circuit is an all-time favourite and still among our most popular, with gorilla trekking in Bwindi AND chimp trekking in Kibale rainforest. See the mighty river Nile explode in Murchison Falls. Enjoy plenty of wildlife spotting on your self-drive safaris in Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls. Gorilla and chimp trekking permits included.
The Primate Express
Start from Kampala or Entebbe and get up close and personal with your hairy relatives during this exciting road trip through southwestern Uganda. Trek gorillas and chimps in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Kibale National Park. Enjoy games drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Gorilla trekking permits and chimp permits included.
The Grand Circuit
You can see why Uganda is nicknamed the Pearl of Africa. The southwest is known for its green rolling hills, lakes, chimps and the rare mountain gorillas. Plenty of game drives can be done in Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls and remote Kidepo National Park - the grand dame of all game parks. Visit a traditional Karamojong manyatta in the wild northeast, go wildwater rafting on the Nile and relax at lovely riverside lodges in Jinja.
Uganda & Rwanda
Discover both Uganda and Rwanda on this 16 day East African road trip. If you're interested in nature and culture alike, this road trip is the one for you. Trek gorillas and chimps in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Kibale rainforest, go on a self-drive safari in Lake Mburo and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Discover why Rwanda is the land of a thousand hills and be moved by its captivating history. Chimp and gorilla trekking permits included.
Wild North East
Great for those looking for an off the beaten track adventure with their car hire in Uganda. See the river Nile explode in Murchison Falls National Park, continue further north and experience the thrill of pure isolation in Kidepo Valley National Park, discover traditional tribal culture in Karamoja, cool off in the highlands of Mount Elgon and finish off with a blast in Jinja, wildwater rafting on the Nile.
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