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We are the hospitality people. We exist to ensure you have the best experience on your African safari. We take you gorilla tracking,  on big 5 game safaris across East Africa and more. Border-Less Travel is a reputably recognized and registered member of Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO). We have 5 star client reviews on trip adviser, a trusted travel review website.

Whether you’re a family, honeymooners, just retired, marking a special occasion, are seeking adventure or wanting to fulfill a long-held travel ambition to tick off your bucket list, we are committed to you. To making your safari unforgettable.

Our most popular Safaris across Uganda and EastAfrica!

Looking into the brown eyes of a large silverback gorilla has got to be one of Africa’s top wildlife experiences. Gorilla tracking safaris offer a magical encounter that transcends any other ‘wildlife’ experience in Africa and we are proud to offer you that adventure experience.

The Big 5 are Africa’s undisputed superstars and the reason safari-goers set out eagerly on dawn or dusk game drives. We have a wide range of Big 5 safari destinations: click below to find a trip for you.


Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari, Silverback Mountain Gorilla

Uganda Gorilla Tracking Safari

3 days gorilla trekking safari.

A life changing gorilla safari experience trekking in the beautiful and misty highland jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.


Kibale Chimpanzees, Uganda Primates Safari near rwenzori mountain

Uganda Primates Safari

6 days gorilla and chimp trekking

Traverse the beautiful rainforests of Kibale National Park and Mgahinga National parks. A rewarding primate and scenic safari…


Hiking Rwenzori Mountain - Wildlife Safari, Hiking & Uganda Cultural Experience

Wildlife Safari & Community Experience

21 days through 7 of Uganda’s top destinations

Get an in-depth experience of the Pearl of Africa on this safari….


What Our Clients Say

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      Hilda and Isaac provided a faultless tour. From organisation and execution the trip was first class. Isaac was a terrific guide and very accommodating throughout the 5 day experience. Would... read more

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Mountain Gorillas

According to the 2010 and 2011 gorilla census, the population of mountain gorillas is standing at 880 in the three countries. Of these 880 mountain gorillas, 480 Mountain gorillas are in Virunga Mastiff, shared between 3 countries of Uganda, Rwanda and DRC

Tracking gorillas is a life changing experience. The Mountain gorillas, the highly intelligent, good natured, and fascinating great ape are found in three countries; Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). When viewing the gorillas, you will be in the presence of a powerful, awe-inspiring, yet calm Silverback. You may call him “a gentle giant”. The tenderness and care that mothers show their young is another life changing experience. The infants and the juveniles spend most of the time walking, playing and breastfeeding, giving visitors a smile on the face.

Best Uganda Safari Route

The Uganda Wildlife Circuit (2 to 3 weeks) - Bwindi/Mgahinga NP, Queen Elizabeth NP, Kibale NP, Murchison Falls NP

After arriving at Uganda's Entebbe International Airport, you can spend the night on the shore of Lake Victoria or head out immediately to Lake Mburo NP if timing permits. This is the only park in Uganda that has a population of the graceful impala antelopes, so common in more southern wildlife countries. Your next stop will be Bwindi for the ultimate highlight of the trip: gorilla tracking. You can also decide to do gorilla tracking in the less popular Mgahinga Gorilla NP, which is part of the Virunga Mountains.

Next is Queen Elizabeth NP, which has an array of activities to offer. This is Uganda's most popular savannah reserve. Highlights include a boat trip on Kazinga Channel between Lake Edward and Lake George, chimp tracking in Chambura Gorge and finding tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector of the park. The ordinary game drives tend to be very productive as well. Next is Kibale Forest, the best place for chimp tracking in Uganda and home to many more primates and incredible birds and butterflies. From here, you will return to Kampala.

Time permitting; a trip up north to Murchison Falls NP is a must. This park is more remote and falls outside the natural circuit, but is more than worthwhile. The park flanks the Victoria Nile. Aside from boat trips to the impressive waterfall after which the park is named, game viewing from the boat offers a different side to the park and gives opportunity to spot the elusive Shoebill.

When To Visit Uganda

The best game viewing months in Uganda are during the dry seasons from June to August and December to February. Primate walks in the forest are a big part of any safari in Uganda. The habitat of rainforests is, by default, very wet and one can't avoid rain completely. However, after heavy rain, the skies often open up to bright sunshine.

The best time for game viewing is in the dry season (December-February and June-September). Some of the roads are impassable in the rainy season (September-November and March- May). Gorillas can be tracked all year round, but the experience can be spoiled to some extent by heavy rain in the wet season.

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