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Guides and vehicles make or break a safari. Premier Safaris has a team of experienced, knowledgeable, passionate and fun guides who will expertly navigate you through Uganda and its impressive variety of birds, wildlife and simply stunning scenery.

We offer custom safaris and also monthly scheduled departures that you can sell into, for those who would like to travel with a small group.

Premier Safaris has the newest vehicles in-country with ergonomic, reclining seats to ensure the most comfortable ride possible on typical African dirt-rutted roads. There is a stocked fridge, with 2 charging points for cameras, laptops and cellphones along with a satellite phone and a guaranteed window seat for each person up to 7 passengers. There is not a more comfortable way to safari in Uganda!

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  1. 1. The Other Uganda.....More than just Gorillas!
  2. 2. Why Visit Uganda?Raw / Unspoiled / Unique / Stunning BeautyFewer Tourists / Less Commercialized
  3. 3. Why Visit Uganda?Stable + SafeAccessibility via International FlightsFriendly People / English Speaking
  4. 4. Why Visit Uganda?Gorillas + Chimpanzees + Monkeys
  5. 5. Why Visit Uganda? Big Five + Other Wildlife
  6. 6. Why Visit Uganda? Birding
  7. 7. Why Visit Uganda?Fishing
  8. 8. Why Visit Uganda?White Water Rafting + Mountaineering
  9. 9. Why Visit Uganda?River Safaris + Horseback Safaris + Walking Safaris
  10. 10. Why Visit Uganda? Cultural Tourism
  11. 11. Uganda10 National Parks17% of World’s Biodiversity54% of World’s Mountain Gorillas11% of World’s Mammals33% of World’s Bird Species (1200+)The Nile - World’s Longest RiverLake Victoria - World’s 2nd Largest Fresh Water LakeRwenzori’s - Africa’s Tallest Mountain Range
  12. 12. Lonely Planet’s #1 destination for 2012!This list of the top 10 countries for 2012 – in ranked order – was voted for by a panel of in housetravel experts, based on topicality, excitement, value and that special X-factor.1. Uganda Stability is returning and it won’t be long before visitors come flocking back Source of the river Nile – that mythical place explorers sought since Roman times Where the savannah meets the vast lakes of East Africa Where snow-capped mountains bear down on sprawling jungles Today the wildlife is returning with a vengeance This year Uganda also celebrates the 50th anniversary of its independence Kampala is one of Africa’s safest capital cities Explorers in search of the source of the Nile won’t leave disappointed
  13. 13. NY Times: Where to go in 2012 Uganda #33 out of top 45 destinationsStability and sustainable tourism restore luster to Africa’s pearl Home of half of the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas UWA recently added two gorilla families in Bwindi, a Unesco World Heritage The Batwa Pygmy tribe Uganda is also the source of the Nile The Mountains of the Moon / Rwenzori Mountains Formidable white-water rapids for thrill seekers
  14. 14. Insider AccessMeet & Greet at TerminalExpedited Customs / VisaPrivate planes? Bypass Entebbe!Visit our sugar plantation at Lake VictoriaWe sell entire country - not just our lodgesScheduled departuresCustom itinerariesVehicles!
  15. 15. Premier Safaris’ VehiclesErgonomic, reclining seatsNew air-conditioned vehiclesRefrigerator with water + juice2 charging points for phones, camera batteries, laptopSatellite phone in each vehicleAccommodate 7 passengers with window seats
  16. 16. Uganda
  17. 17. Murchison Falls National Park3-5 hour drive from KampalaUganda’s largest national parkBig 5Chimpanzee TrekkingZiwa Rhino SanctuaryMurchison FallsThe Victoria NileThe Nile DeltaPalm ForestRiver SafarisNature WalksFishing
  18. 18. Murchison Falls National Park ActivitiesGame Drives - Morning or EveningRiver Safari to Murchison FallsDrive to top of Murchison FallsNature Walk to top of Murchison FallsBoat Trip to Nile DeltaChimpanzee TrekkingBush BreakfastRhino SanctuaryCultural Talk
  19. 19. Murchison Falls National Park• 76 Mammal Species• 451 Bird Species
  20. 20. Uganda
  21. 21. Queen Elizabeth National Park6-8 hour drive from Kampala5 hour drive to BwindiKazinga ChannelLake George & Lake EdwardCrater LakesSalt MiningChimpanzee TrekkingIBA / Birdlife InternationalTree Climbing Lions
  22. 22. Queen Elizabeth National Park ActivitiesGame Drives - Morning or EveningRiver Safari on Kazinga ChannelChimpanzee TrekkingTree Climbing Lions @ IshashaLion Tracking w/ Makerere UniversityMongoose ResearchAgro Walking TourNature WalkCrater DriveBush BreakfastKatwe Cultural Tour
  23. 23. Queen Elizabeth National Park • 95 Mammals • 612 Birds
  24. 24. Queen Elizabeth National Park Kyambura Gorge
  25. 25. Uganda
  26. 26. Gorilla Trekking$500 PermitsBwindi (9 habituated families) Mubare - 5 Habinyanja - 19 Rushegura - 20 Nkuringo - 20 Bitukura - 14 Nshongi - 26 Mishaya - 11 Kyagurio -16 Oruzogo - 22Mgahinga (1 habituated family) Nyakagezi - 9Batwa (Forest Pygmies) Experience
  27. 27. Jane Behrend @ Kiki Paris @ Brian Mugume