Welcome to Jewel Safaris. We are a Ugandan based tour operator, offering safaris to Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya & Tanzania. At Jewel safaris, we strive to ensure that every traveler gets the best adventure in Africa. Our custom and tailor-made safaris are organised to ensure that your stay in Africa is as memorable as can be. Our guides push their efforts to the limits to ensure that your Uganda safari, Rwanda safari or combined East Africa tour is remarkable, this is attributed to the fact that our guides are professional with many years of service.
Uganda and Rwanda are endowed with beautiful landscapes, wildlife and plant life which collectively offer many safari opportunities ranging from gorilla tours, wildlife safaris, hiking and nature treks, white water rafting, kayaking, cycling safaris, mountaineering and birding tours.
The most popular activity to do in Uganda and Rwanda is gorilla trekking, embarking Uganda gorilla tours or Rwanda gorilla tours can be a very rewarding experience especially since it takes between 2- 6 hours to track them, the mountain gorillas are enlisted as an endangered species which can currently be found only in Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo. Below are some of the top safari offers >>
Uganda, the second most populated landlocked country in Africa, after Ethiopia, is located in East Africa; Uganda is bordered to the east by Kenya, to the north by South Sudan, to the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the southwest by Rwanda, and to the south by Tanzania. Uganda is 91,136 square miles in size. Uganda was a British protectorate since 1894; in 1962 it gained independence. Uganda’s diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains as well as the immense Lake .Victoria; there are 10 National Parks within its borders, each quite unique from the another. The abundant wildlife in Uganda includes over 50% of the world’s Mountain Gorillas, and Chimpanzees, as well as hundreds of rare birds with the above information plan on visiting uganda.
Rwanda, another landlocked East African country is bordered by Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is 10,169 square miles in size. Rwanda’s economy suffered heavily during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, but in the past few years there has been a turn around. Rwanda's economy is now based on subsistence agriculture. Rwanda's very green; mountainous landscape has earned it the nickname of ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’. It’s renowned for the Volcanoes National Park, a home to the Mountain Gorillas and Golden Monkeys. The sprawling capital, Kigali, boasts a vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene.