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Mountain Gorillas ...

Travel to and within Uganda is more fun. Uganda offers Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzee and Baboons ...

Mountain Gorillas ...

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park offers refuge to about 400 individuals, about half of the total population thriving in the world ...

Leopards ...

On the cat-walk - The elusive leopard is often seen on safari in the Queen Elizabeth National Park ...

Kazinga Channel ...

A wide, 32-kilometre (20 miles) long natural water body that links Lake Edward and Lake George ...

Lions ...

Lions enjoy a hard-earned meal in Ishasha National Parks - famous for tree-climbing lions ...

Nature at its finest ...

Hippo population on the Kazinga Channel could be one of the biggest concentration in East Africa ...

Birdlife ...

Abundant birdlife throughout Uganda’s National Parks – remarkably Lake Mburo and Semliki National Parks ...

The Sported Hyena ...

Resident in many national parks of Uganda, especially Murchison Falls National Park ...

Southern White Rhinos ...

Southern White Rhinos are back in the wild at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, the only place in Uganda ...

Uganda is the Source of The Nile ...

The world's longest river starts its journey from here into the Mediterranean Sea in Egypt ...

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Queen Elizabeth N. Park

Views of herds of Elephants, Hippo, Buffalo, Uganda Kob -. Queen Elizabeth National Park is the place to go! From your lodge, enjoy spectacular scenic view of two freshwater lakes: George and Edward connected by the Kazinga Channel. [2 Nights/3 Days]

Gorillas in the Mist

Fantastic experience seeing some of the last remaining few mountain gorillas in the world. This safari takes you to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest to appreciate its serenity and density and views of the Virunga Volcanoes. [2 Nights/3 Days]

Uganda Delight Safari

Uganda’s unique wildlife in Bwindi and birdlife Queen Elizabeth have continued to attract many travelers. But also Lake Mburo National Park is a natural haven for fauna and flora with more than 350 bird species. [5 Nights/6 Days]

Whats New


After COVID -19, thank God we are back in business! We shall constantly update our website. Click Here to send us your inquiry, or directly email us: info@jewelinessafariservices.com

Current News

Hippos in Uganda

Obtain Uganda Visa Online - Applications can be filled at: visas.immigration.go.ug Travel to Uganda and within Uganda is much easier. Uganda & Rwanda jointly offer Mountain Gorillas, besides Chimpanzee, Baboons, amongst other primates. Major circuit roads connecting to these primates’ habitats are paved.



Gorilla Permit in Uganda is: USD: 700.00 PER PERSON! No Low Season [April, May and November] incentive discounts anymore. Rwanda Gorilla Permit is: USD: 1500.00 PER PERSON! We shall always update our clients, once any price changes are announced. In both countries – Uganda or Rwanda – children under the age of 15 years are NOT allowed to trek gorillas or chimps.

Contact Information

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Africa is a long haul destination as well as being a huge continent with endless travel options, so it's worth planning ahead to get the best out of your journey. Presented below are answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions.

1. Why should I book my Safari with you?

Jewelines Safari Services, Limited is one of the few trusted companies in Uganda! Wholly owned and managed by local indigenous Ugandans, we strive to satisfy everything that safari dreams are made of, by offering the most honest services to our clients. Managing Director professionally trained in Kenya has a vast wealth of experience spanning decades of years in East Africa’s Tour & Travel Industry. Our reputation has been built around our ability to offer adventures and tours at realistic cost without compromise on quality or reliability. We are committed to providing excellent customer service by promoting and implementing unequalled professional travel practices. Be safe in the knowledge that we take excellent care of our travelers here. Being a privately owned local company, our goal is primarily dictated by our desire to provide you with an unforgettable travel experience.

2. How far in advance should I book my safari?

It is better to book as far in advance as possible to ensure availability at the time you wish to travel, (6 to 8 months or even more), especially during the high/peak season –July/August and Christmas/ New Year season. This is especially important for those wishing to travel on Private Custom Safaris and those adding extensions to scheduled trips.

3. What type of vehicles do you use on safari?

We use 6 - seater custom safari land cruisers with pop up roof ideal for game viewing and sightseeing. The safari vehicles provide a superior degree of comfort and maneuverability. The buses are well maintained to provide maximum comfort and safety. In addition to the above, all our vehicles are fully equipped with cool boxes and first aid kit. If requested, transportation can be arranged in (a) 4x4 mini bus (es) or ordinary big car(s) at a slightly lower cost. All our safari drivers are trained tour guides - friendly, experienced, knowledgeable and committed to ensuring client’s satisfaction.

4. Can you guarantee to show us the “Big Five” whilst on safari with Jewelines Safaris?

It is most definite that you will see common wild game which include; gazelles, impalas, Uganda kob, zebras, elephant, buffalo, giraffes, etc depending on which area or national park you visit. The Big Five (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo) are NOT a guarantee to be seen on a single tour, unless one has plenty of time to search, but our skilled driver guides do their best to spot all the animals known to be within the destinations of your itinerary.

5. When is the best time to go on a safari?

We recommend the drier months for your journey for obvious reasons! Therefore, the most popular time of year to visit is January to mid March, and June to mid October. These are the times of year when the destinations will have more tourists helping with more excitement. The long rains usually come to the region in the months of April through May, short rains late October to mid December.

Mailing Address:


Send your inquiries to:

Attention: Safari Care Center

P.O. Box 12299


Physical Address:

JEWELINES SAFARI SERVICES CENTRE - 10 Miles Gayaza Road - Turn into - Nakigoye Road. 11th House Lef -. Kyankima Village.

Contact List:

Contact via email or phone:

Reception & Reservations:
Email: info@jewelinessafariservices.com
Phone: +256 752 473645

Operations Department:
Email: operations@jewelinessafariservices.com
Phone: +256 702 305947 [What’s App]

Marketing Department:
Email: marketing@jewelinessafariservices.com
Phone: +256 772 473645

Email: admin@jewelinessafariservices.com
Phone: +256 774 013151


Customer Care:

+256 752 473645

Saturdays, Sundays and federal holidays please leave a message.  A customer representative will contact you within 24 hours of the first business day.

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