Guided safari

Before exploring the travel packages, here is some general information. The infrastructure in Uganda is still under development, which means a lot of fun and challenges for adventurous motorcyclists. From sandy single and twin tracks to bumpy gravel roads, Uganda has it all. If you don’t have any off-road experience, that’s not a problem. You won’t be thrown in at the deep end. Each route has a gradual build-up in terms of off-road difficulty. Additionally, the routes are flexible, which means that we can meet most off-road requirements. And if you prefer to stick to well-trodden paths, that’s fine too. However, we would like to hear your preferences so that we can adjust the route accordingly.

We can accept a maximum of ten riders per group and a minimum of four. We typically ride between 150km and 300km per day, depending on what other activities are planned for that day. We standardly stay in mid-range accommodation (hotel, lodge) and the prices are calculated based on double room occupancy with breakfast and lunch included. Every trip includes at least one day and night in a wildlife park, for which one can opt for bush camping under the supervision of a Uganda Wildlife Ranger. Furthermore, the trips are standardly carried out with at least one motorbike guide, support vehicle plus driver and mechanic. If desired, one can request an additional vehicle for fellow travelers who don’t want to ride a motorcycle but still want to go on an adventure. Lastly, we plan the trips always in the first or last two weeks of each month. For availability and/or other questions, please contact us via the contact form and we will respond as soon as possible.

Round lake Victoria

The search of Europeans for the source of the Nile led by British explorer John Hanning Speke in 1858 led to the sighting of Lake Victoria. Formerly known to the Arabs as Ukerewe, the lake was so named by Speke in honor of Queen Victoria, the then Queen of England. We drive in Speke’s footsteps around the lake and cross Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda. A journey with a cultural tour de force for adventurers used to ride long days.

  • 18 days in total, 16 days of riding plus one arrival and one departure day
  • Biker level: intermediate/experienced
  •  Price per rider €4750,-
  •  Price per fellow traveler €4020,-

Extreme East

Northeastern Uganda is a destination for the most adventurous traveller. Long, rugged roads and trails wind their way through the authentic and rocky landscape bordering Kenya and South Sudan. The area is known for its harsh living conditions due to long periods of drought and heavy rainy seasons. The culture here is still dominated by the people who link their identity to the tribes Karamojong, Ik, Kadama, Pokot, Jie and Tepeth.

  • 12 days in total, 10 days of riding plus one arrival and one departure day
  • Biker level: intermediate/experienced
  • Price per rider €3950,-
  • Price per fellow traveler €3350,-

Bwindi Beauty

The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a protected nature reserve with an area of ​​330 km² in southwestern Uganda. The forest is known for its population of mountain gorillas. Bwindi consists of a jungle that is estimated to have not been subject to ecological change in the last 25,000 years. Tourism is finding this park more and more and more and more jungle trips are being organized from Kisoro. In addition to hopefully meeting the rare mountain gorillas there, tourists will also be able to cross paths with chimpanzees, baboons, colobuses, elephants and leopards. The park is considered to be one of the richest areas in Africa in terms of flora with 200 different tree species alone.

  • 10 days in total, 8 days of riding plus one arrival and one departure day
  • Biker level: beginner – experienced
  • Price per rider €3100
  • Price per fellow traveler €2560,-

Murchison Madness

Murchison Falls is a waterfall between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert on the Victoria Nile in Uganda. At the top of Murchison Falls, the Nile makes its way through an opening in the rock, only 7 m wide, and plunges 43 m, before flowing west to Lake Albert. The Lake Victoria outlet sends about 300 cubic meters per second of water over the falls, squeezed into a canyon less than 10 m wide. Only this natural wonder is only one of the, in the wildlife park Murchison falls. A nice trip for the adventurer who wants to experience a cool motorcycle adventure in a relatively short time with herds of giraffes, water buffalo, hippos and elephants via challenging gravel and sandy paths.

  • 8 days in total, 6 days of riding plus one arrival and one departure day
  • Biker level: beginner – experienced
  • Price per rider €2725,-
  • Price per fellow traveler € 2230,-

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