At Four crane Safaris we pride ourselves in being one of the leading tour operators in Uganda. We specialize in personal itineraries for families, honey moons, and bespoke clients such as Gorilla tracking at Bwindi national park, Bird watching, Day tours, community tours etc. We have expertise on the ground to manage expectations and deliver a very special wildlife adventure safari
We have our own vehicles, offices, and staff in Uganda where we operate and have the expertise and experience to provide proper advice on the right itinerary depending on what you to see and experience.
On the white nile this is the unforgotable experience of rafting on the nile at jinja
Four Crane safaris will show you the experience at the nile where you jet boat up the rapid at an incredible speds and enjoy the wild of river nile without beeing immersed in it except a little spray
One of the fun activities our clients do when they reach out us from the various National parks around East Africa .Just reach us out we are ready to offer you the best.
Cycling along the Nile at Jinja is the most enjoyable experience for visitors to the Nile area: there are alot of places where you can ride a bike along the nile through various villages and hamlets.
Four Crane Safaris are very responsive time consious and helped me to turn my dreams in to reality.Thank you!
Four Crane Safaris are so hospitable and they are affordable.
Four Crane Safaris did me a great thing with my family when we went there on a december holiday. they have a good resort, good beds and security is very strong . i would recomend this place to all love birds
Uganda is the country where East and West Africa meet, featuring lush forests inhabited by primates and arid savannahs which are home to a wide array of plain game. Lakes, mountains, tea plantations and waterfalls are some of the landmarks that made an impression on Winston Churchill when he travelled here, leading him to refer to it as “The Pearl of Africa”.
Every traveller knows how the attitude of local people can influence the experience when visiting a new country. When going somewhere new, we want to learn about other ways of living, we want contact with new cultures, we want to connect with people whose lives are so different but somehow so similar to ours. People in Uganda are friendly, open and curious with a great sense of fun.
Primates are so amazing that we often forget about some of the other incredible wildlife that lives in Uganda. However, I was thrilled to see herds of water buffalo in Queen Elizabeth National Park and watch hippos and elephants playing in the water of the Kazinga Channel.
I took hundreds of photos of colorful birds, lazy crocodiles and elegant antelopes. If you are luckier than I was, you could even spot the famous tree climbing lions in Ishasha and if you are outrageously lucky the even more elusive leopard!