Attractions & Booking

Welcome to Waka Natures Uganda – Your Gateway to Ecotourism!

Explore the Pearl of Africa and immerse yourself in a journey filled with cultural wonders, breathtaking physical features, and unforgettable wildlife encounters. We are proud to present an array of attractions and booking options that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime. Let’s dive into what Uganda has to offer:


Uganda’s culture is a vibrant tapestry woven from the traditions, customs, languages, music, dance, art, and beliefs of over 50 different ethnic groups. This cultural diversity is one of the country’s most prized assets and a source of national pride. While each ethnic group has its unique identity, there are some overarching cultural elements that bind Ugandans together.


Uganda’s geography offers a diverse range of attractions that captivate visitors with its natural wonders. From the lush rainforests of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where rare mountain gorillas roam freely, to the vast savannas of Queen Elizabeth National Park, teeming with iconic African wildlife like lions, elephants, and hippos, the country’s landscapes are nothing short of breathtaking. The mighty Murchison Falls, where the Nile River crashes through a narrow gorge, showcases the raw power of nature. Uganda’s picturesque lakes, such as Lake Victoria, the largest in Africa, and Lake Bunyonyi, with its scenic hills, provide tranquil escapes for travelers seeking relaxation. Moreover, the towering Rwenzori Mountains, also known as the Mountains of the Moon, offer unparalleled trekking opportunities with snow-capped peaks and unique alpine flora. 


Uganda’s wildlife offers a remarkable experience with opportunities to track endangered mountain gorillas in Bwindi and Mgahinga, spot lions, elephants, and buffalo on game drives in Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls, and encounter chimpanzees in Kibale. The country’s diverse landscapes support over 1,000 bird species and other unique wildlife, such as tree-climbing lions in Ishasha. Boat safaris reveal hippos and crocodiles along the Nile and Kazinga Channel, while Murchison Falls provides a dramatic backdrop for Nile crocodiles and diverse birdlife. Uganda’s wildlife encounters promise an unforgettable journey for nature enthusiasts and conservationists alike.