Flying to Uganda is simple and affordable. With many direct flights to Entebbe from Europe, Asia and Africa, Uganda can now be easily accessed from any part of the world. Below are the major international airlines that fly to Entebbe International Airport, Uganda:
- KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines / Amsterdam - 5 Flights to and from Entebbe a week. Click here to visit website
- Brussels Airlines / Brussels - 3 Flights to and from Entebbe a week. Click here to visit website
- British Airways / London - 3 Flights to and from Entebbe a week. Click here to visit website
- Emirates / Dubai - Daily Flights to and from Entebbe. Click here to visit website
- Qatar Airways / Doha - Daily Flights to and from Entebbe. Click here to visit website
- South African Airways / Johannesburg - Daily Flights to and from Entebbe. Click here to visit website
- Kenya Airways / Nairobi - 5 Flights to and from Entebbe a week. Click here to visit website
- Ethiopian Airways / Addis Ababa - Daily Flights to and from Entebbe. Click here to visit website
Domestic Charter Flights
Logistics in Uganda have made a great improvement in the last decade and are still improving. Today, affordable daily domestic flights from either Entebbe International Airport or Kajjansi Airstrip to Kidepo National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kibale Forest National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Bwindi can be arranged.
Please do not hesitate to notify Avian Safaris to book your private charter flight to any of the above mentioned National Parks. Please tick Charter Flight box and specify spots or distance where you would like the service to be applied.
Mountain gorillas are the largest living primates and the world's most endangered apes with a population of less than 800 individuals world over- none in zoos. They are found in Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
They share 97% DNA with human beings! They are our closest living cousins after the Chimpanzee, They have up to 25 vocalization for communication
Mountain Gorillas are shy, social and very active during day. They live in families of 8-25 members with one leading male (The Silver Back).
Gorillas have a lifespan of 50 years in the wild. They reproduce at a very slow speed with a gestation period of approximately 8.5 months and an interval of four years to the next birth.
Diet: Mainly herbivores eating fruits, herbs, leaves, stems, roots and shoots. Sometimes ingest small insects like ants and termites.