Bird Watching in Uganda

Birding in Uganda

Covers 100% of Uganda’s Natural habitats and targets rarities and regional endemics: Ideal for twitchers.This tour can be tailored to fit the interests of any potential birders.

Possibility of seeing over 500 species of birds.

Covers Mamba wetland, Mabira forest, Lake Mburo National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Mount Rwenzori National Park, Semliki National Park, Kibale National Park, Murchison Falls National Park including Budongo Forest extension, Lake Opeta for Uganda’s only endemic Fox’s Weaver, and an extension to the Karamoja Region.


Among the reasons why Uganda is rated among the best birding destinations in the entire world is primarily because of its richness in the different habitats. There is a variety of bird species corresponding to these habitats.

Uganda Birding tirp

The species inhabit an exquisite patchwork of habitats including lush tropical rainforest, East African savannah, gardens, woodlands, lakes and wetlands, and mountain vegetation. This itinerary provides a thorough explore of most the important bird areas in Uganda, specially tailored to what one may term as “hard-core birding”. It is ideal for twitchers. There is a variety of other species of birds we are likely to encounter on top of the target species indicated in the itinerary. Uganda Eco Tours will make sure that this tour is guided by one of the best bird guides in Uganda.


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