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Classic Africa Safaris specializes in operating professionally escorted tours and safaris in Uganda and Rwanda.  As a ground operator, Classic offers an unbiased approach to designing the itinerary that is best for your clients. We work with a variety of camps and lodges throughout the region and employ some of the areas top guides. 

Classic Africa Safaris Uganda gorilla trekking

Being part of a team of enthusiastic and motivated individuals is to be a guide with Classic Africa Safaris. Our guides are well trained with many years of on the road experience. Each has attended birding and wildlife courses to enhance an already substantial knowledge of local culture and history. To be a Classic guide is to be one of our family! Classic vehicles are the backbone of the company. Each vehicle has been developed and built to a standard that is comparable to no other. We operate our own vehicle fabrication workshop where a team skilled mechanics ensure your client's safari vehicle is in prime mechanical condition prior to it leaving on safari. 

Classic Africa Safaris is an ardent supporter of eco-friendly, sustainable and community based tourism. Classic was the first (and is still just one of a handful to be) safari operator in Uganda to go 100% carbon neutral as of 2008. For more information on our carbon neutral status, please visit www.ugandacarbon.org.  We are proud to acknowledge our support for the Entebbe Primary School. Our clients find a visit to the school a memorable and enlightening experience. Bring a smile to a child's face today and help us to support this worthy cause.
 
See the latest news from Classic Africa Safaris below ~


Mel & Phil's May 2014 Uganda/Rwanda Trip Report

Last month  CAS partners Mel Gormley and Phil Ward did an in-depth exploratory trip throughout the gorilla trekking areas in both Uganda and Rwanda and visited all accommodations associated with trekking. Based on their inspections and general service findings, Classic Africa Safaris recommends the following properties in a variety of price-points and locations.

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NEW 4-day Fly-In Gorilla Trekking Safari Uganda

This new itinerary makes a 4-day gorilla trekking add-on in Uganda easy and convenient when paired with Kenya, Tanzania or Ethiopia.

2014 rates, trekking in Buhoma region only.

Day 01. Arrive EBB by 11.30 a.m., transfers, lunch, scheduled charter flight to Kihihi, transfer to Buhoma. Dinner and overnight  at Mahogany Springs Lodge. LD
Day 02 and 03. Gorilla trekking (or option of one day gorilla trekking and full day Batwa Experience). Overnight Mahogany Springs Lodge. BLD
Day 04. Scheduled flight to EBB for evening departure. BL

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The Batwa Experience Bwindi Forest Uganda

Batwa experience

Bwindi Forest is home to a fantastic diversity of flora and fauna, including some exotic plants and rare and endangered animals. The forest was also home to an the Batwa pygmies. These  indigenous people were the original dwellers of the ancient forest and were known as the ‘keepers of the forest’. The Batwa lived in harmony with the forest and survived by hunting  small game using bows and arrows and gathering plants for both food and medicinal purposes.

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Active Uganda Safari

Day 01: Arrive at Entebbe International Airport, meet and greet and transfer to your hotel. Time permitting we will also visit the Entebbe Botanical Gardens. Overnight at Protea Hotel (D)

The reputable Protea chain of hotels has opened a brand new hotel in the airport town of Entebbe. The hotel is situated right on the shores of the beautiful Lake Victoria and within 5 minutes drive of the international airport. The hotel has expansive gardens and a private beach with white sands and palm trees. The interior and finishing of the hotel has been done to a high standard with both modern and African influences. 

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