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Take your next trip with Sail Adventures Uganda
The Local Travel Experts
Sail Adventures Uganda is a travel company that was founded in 2017 by Sahin Nulu K, with the goal of establishing a truly exceptional Destination Management Company. The rest of the management team are Tukamushaba Dennis, Sarah Adeine and Aine Peterson.
Our team of experienced tour agents and tour guides are passionate about making our clients happy, and we go above and beyond to ensure superb customer service.
No matter what sort of trip you’re thinking of, you can be sure that we have the expertise to make planning it a breeze. So, whatever your travel needs, we’re here to help. Give us a call today to receive a free consultation from the best agents in the business.
Today’s Exclusive Offers
Treat Yourself to an African adventure
An Experience Like No Other
A gorilla trekking experience will bring you closer to the world's gentle and yet humble giants (Mountain Gorillas). Imagine a piercing gaze from the majestic silverback of the Mubare Gorilla family in Bwindi, it would get you trembling, don't panic get ready to shoot, not with the rifle but with your camera, remember NO FLASH!
Explore Uganda in 10Days
Your Adventure Awaits
The 10Days explore Uganda trip will give you the perfect African adventure and this will take you through the pearl of Africa where merry and wild memories are made. If you are looking for the perfect getaway to discovering the true sense of Africa, here's this should be top of your priorities.
6 Days Big game &Gorilla Safari
Unforgettable Wild Memories
This is a special package offered by Sail Adventures Uganda to see, observe and learn about Africa's wildlife. It will bring you to Africa's biggest mammals including the Big6. Treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind adventure you’ll never forget. Contact us today to make sure you don’t miss out on the experience of a lifetime.
Primate Safari Uganda
Come see humanity's closest relatives
Did you know Chimpanzees and Mountain Gorillas share over 98% of the human DNA? Making them human's closest relatives. Uganda is home to over half the population of Mountain Gorillas in the World. Over 200 Mountain Gorillas have been habituated to accommodate human presence thus making it easier for one to track, see and observe this primate specie in their natural habitats. Chimpanzees in Kibale forest National park and Gamba chimpanzee sanctuary have been habituated too and can be tracked.
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