An African Safaris & Tranfer Company
Bonobo Africa Safaris & Tranfers
We are passionate about people, and passionate about our ccoutry. This passion bore a desire to bring the together – people visiting our Uganda. In doing so, it was our responsibility to ensure that guests have a hassle free, safe and affordable transport solution when touring and commuting in Entebbe, Kampala and further destinations with in Uganda.
Our team consists of highly qualified Tour Guides and Drivers, who are passionate, experienced and friendly individuals; ready to share our knowledge and experiences with you. In essence, attention to detail is key, and together we ensure that every journey is well planned and unique.
Our brand has become synonymous with reliable, professional and excellent customer service. But don’t just take our word for it; you can read some of the reviews we have received from independent holiday travellers and corporate organisations
The Pearl of Africa
Uganda: Situated across the Equator, Uganda has it all! The country has ten national parks and game reserves that are home to a unique combination of the bush animals like elephants, lions, buffaloes, leopards, giraffes, zebras, hyenas, warthogs, hippos and crocodiles from the savannas; and the forest animals like chimpanzees, gorillas, monkeys, and baboons. Uganda has the largest and most diverse concentration of wild life on earth ranging from the almost extinct mountain gorillas and more than one thousand bird species among which is the endangeredLammergeier and the shoebill, Africa’s most sought after bird.
Besides wildlife you find the beautiful mountain ranges, the largest fresh water lake in the world, tropical beaches, the best savannah parks in the world, the vast tropical rainforests, and the matchless Great Rift Valley. There is the mighty River Nile, the World’s longest River with its spectacular waterfalls and rapids; the setting for some of the world’s best white-water rafting and bungee jumping spots. There are the snow-capped mountains of the Rwenzori in Western Uganda, and the Virunga Volcanoes bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo and Mount Elgon in Eastern Uganda, all with a lot of hiking opportunities through beautiful scenery.
Uganda is what Winston Churchill called the ‘Pearl of Africa’. The country is never subject to the suffocating heat or humidity often associated with the tropics as this is moderated by altitude. This gorgeous little country straddles the equator and the landscape, as a result, is a rich mosaic of greens all year-round. The country also has some of the most beautiful lakes like Lake Victoria, Edward, Albert, Kyoga and Lake Bunyonyi. These lakes are beautiful in a grand way where forested islands and Blue Mountains dissolve into horizon lines and stunning sunsets.
Uganda is also the land of the impenetrable forests of jungle vegetation; of hills that have been cultivated with skill, of vast stretches of grassland used by the proud nomadic herdsmen; and of tea plantations whose endless green carpet stretches to the distant horizon. And most importantly, Uganda has the reputation of having ‘Africa’s friendliest people’, with a first class tradition of hospitality.
It is no wonder therefore that Lonely Planet, the World’s largest travel guide book and digital media publisher named Uganda the number one tourism destination to visit in 2012!