Kenya Uganda Safaris Summarized by Aero Link Airline


Aero link Uganda is a privately owned airline in Uganda, licensed by the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority with an air operator’s certificate. It specializes in transporting tourists to Uganda’s National Parks, saving their time and allowing them to see more.

Aero link Uganda, whose owners are based in neighboring Kenya, was established in 2012. The airline fly’s tourists between Entebbe and Uganda’s national parks. Daily scheduled flights are available to Kisoro Airport, Kihihi Airstrip, Kasese Airport, and Mweya Airport, all in the Western Region of Uganda.

Flights are available three days a week, with minimum passenger numbers to airfields Murchison Falls National Park and Kidepo Valley National Park, both in the Northern Region of Uganda.

From its hub in Entebbe International Airport, the company operates scheduled services to destinations within East Africa.

Start in Nairobi and end in Entebbe! With the Kenya Uganda Flying Safari 07 Day or more Kenya and Uganda flying safari, we can customize for you tour packages taking you through Nairobi, Kenya. 07 or 10 Day or more Kenya and Uganda flying safari includes accommodation, flights, an expert guide, insurance, meals among other safari logistics.

With Kenya home to the Big 5, Masai villages and flamingo-carpeted lakes and next door neighbour Uganda home to the charismatic mountain gorilla, these two countries are the perfect safari combination. Witness the annual migration of zebra, wildebeest and gazelle in Kenya before hopping over to Uganda to trek through steamy jungle to watch the world’s largest primate in action. From Nairobi to the Masai Mara and on to Lake Bunyonyi and Bwindi National Park, tick off those bucket list wishes with a combined safari of Kenya and Uganda.

From Kenya’s Masai Mara to the mountains of Uganda, this is the ideal safari for wildlife lovers in search of big cats and silver backs. Trek in search of mountain gorillas and relax by Lake Bunyonyi. Cross the equator and explore the Great Rift Valley. Spot rhino by Lake Nakuru and go in search of the Big Five in the Masai Mara.


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