Welcome to friends nature safaris

We thank you for visiting Friends Nature Safaris. We are travel and tour experts and happy to share our experience of one of the most beautiful, pristine, unique, vast open and empty country of horse based nomadic culture and hospitable people. Uganda is an emerging, rapidly getting popular, interesting travel destination. We specialize in making you discover things you didn’t know about Uganda.

At Friends Nature Safaris, we have special tour guides who support our tourists enjoy all kinds of trips.

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Security for our tourists is a guarantee; 

we work with all government security agencies to ensure safety of our tourists

our services;

car hire services

We provide car hire services to corporate companies, government agencies and individual clients. Our rental cars are well maintained and serviced.

Leisure travel

You dream it; we make it reality. Friends Nature Safaris specialists are knowledgable and connected. Read more.

my survival bag

As recommended by embassies, by Friends Nature Safaris until your visa is approved. All our intineraries are authentic and can be verified. Read more


Providing an accommodation is an integral part of our core services. Read more

VISA services

Friends Nature Safaris provides the best solution for processing your travel visa! read more

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+256 774 794 383
+256 702 827 550


We work with all flight companies in the world


We have all kinds of shuttles 


Favorable prices 


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what our clients say

"Your services made me go crazy! Please keep it up"
Margaret Hersh
"You guys made me discover Uganda. At least I know many beautiful places in Uganda now because of you"
Bradley Morris


Uganda is a landlocked country bordered by Kenya in the east, Sudan in the north, Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west, Rwanda in the southwest and Tanzania in the south.

Uganda’s total land area is 241,559 sq km. About 37,000 sq km of this area is occupied by open water while the rest is land. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria, which it shares with Kenya and Tanzania.

Uganda is located on the East African plateau, averaging about 1,100 meters (3,609 ft) above sea level. The plateau generally slopes downwards towards Sudan explaining the northerly tendency of most river flows in the country. Although generally equatorial, the climate is not uniform since the altitude modifies the climate.

Uganda’s elevation, soil types and predominantly warm and wet climate impart a huge agricultural potential to the country. They also explain the country’s large variety of forests, grasslands and wildlife reserves. Uganda has a total population of about 32 million people.


Uganda’s weather conditions are ideal, ranging from the warmth of the lowland areas to the coolness of the highlands in the South West Kigezi.

For most of the year, Uganda is sunny with temperatures rarely rising above 29 degrees. The average temperature is about 26 degrees C, with a maximum of 18-31 degrees and minimum of 15-23 degrees depending on the part of the country.

The rain season is March-May. Light rain season is November and December. Wet seasons are March –May and October-November; dry seasons are December to February and June to August.

Rainfall ranges between 500mm to 2500 mm and the relative humidity is 70 – 100%. The rainfall regime allows two planting and harvesting seasons a year in most parts of the country, without the use of irrigation.

About 34% of the country is covered in wetlands with a dense network of rivers, lakes and swamps.