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Uganda is one of the best safari destinations in Africa. The country is dubbed the “pearl of Africa”, a name which it acquired when Winston Churchill visited Uganda and he was amazed by what he saw. The country is situated in East Africa and neighbors with Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi, Congo, and South Sudan. Uganda has over 40 million people who have a strong cultural heritage. The diverse landscapes in Uganda provide the perfect backdrop for a variety of wildlife, including the famous mountain gorillas. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as white-water rafting on the Nile River and exploring the vibrant capital city of Kampala. There is a lot of culture to experience once you visit the country; there are over 50 tribes in the country and some of the tribes where recently discovered during the presidential campaign in 2016. One of the notable and peculiar tribes in Uganda is “the Batwa” who used to live in Bwindi Impenetrable forest but for preservation purposes, they were relocated to the edges of the forest. The official language is English however the common spoken language is “Luganda”. Uganda is known for its diverse wildlife, including the famous mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The country also boasts stunning landscapes, from the source of the Nile River to the Rwenzori Mountains.


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In terms of wildlife, there is no short of what to experience. Uganda has over 10 national parks which offer the best rare game experiences. Popular activities within most of the national parks include game drive, nature walk, and a boat cruise. Uganda proud itself as one of those few countries around the entire world where you have the possibility of trekking the gorillas- one of the endangered and rare animal species which has similar characters as humans. The gorilla trekking experience is only possible in Uganda, Rwanda, and Congo.

For those that love birding, there is so much for you. Birding starts once you land at Entebbe International airport because birds are all over the country however to get more rare birding experiences , a visit to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest national park, Queen Elizabeth national park, and Murchison falls national park is always recommended.
There are so many other attractions that shall make you pack your bags and book the next flight to Uganda; For example, the source of River Nile- which is the longest river in the world is in Uganda. The country is blessed with a favorable climate, it is possible to come to Uganda and do any available activity throughout the year; there are no limitations whatsoever.

The country accommodates all sorts of travellers. Whether you are luxury traveller, there are luxury lodges and hotels ready for your service, and for the budget traveller, there are lots of reasonable clean and low cost accommodations near any national park. The safari is incomplete without the services of tour guides. In Uganda, all the tour guides are certified and therefore expect the best service from each one of them.
You are welcome to Uganda, come and experience this hidden gem in Africa.

In terms of Wildlife safari, Kenya should be one of your bucket-list countries to visit. Kenya safari is just amazing!.

The country has over 25 national parks which are populated with various species of wildlife. Kenya is a famous destination to spot the Big 5; Lions, Elephants, Leopards, Rhinoceros, and the Buffaloes. In terms of convenience, Kenya outcompetes any African destination – Kenya is the only nation in the entire world with a National park which is so close to the city; Nairobi National park which the oldest National park in Kenya is just 7 kms away from the Nairobi central business District. It is also possible to drive to several national parks and do 1 day tours. There are so many rare and endangered wildlife species to look out for when in Kenya and these include the Sitatunga Antelopes, Burmese star tortoise, Aardwolf, and others. One of the most successful wild events which attract hundreds of thousands of Tourists to Kenya is the great migration. During the great migration, millions of wildebeest, thousands of Thomson’s gazelles, Topis, elands and zebras are seen crossing from Serengeti National park to Masai Mara Game Reserve in search of the green pastures.

With abundance of water bodies within Kenya and at its borders, there are a lot of birds which are attracted to such environments. The country is populated with over 1000 species of birds which can be viewed once you take a trip to most of the country’s national parks and game reserves.

Other attractions to visit on your Uganda safari tour

When embarking on a safari tour in Uganda, the adventure doesn’t end with the majestic wildlife encounters. This East African gem boasts a plethora of captivating attractions that promise to enchant and delight travelers. From breathtaking landscapes to cultural heritage sites, here are some other must-visit attractions to include in your Uganda safari itinerary:

  1. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest: Home to half of the world’s remaining mountain gorilla population, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to trek through dense jungle terrain in search of these magnificent primates. As you navigate the rugged trails, be prepared to be awestruck by the sight of gorilla families going about their daily routines in their natural habitat.
  2. Queen Elizabeth National Park: Renowned for its diverse ecosystems and abundant wildlife, Queen Elizabeth National Park is a safari enthusiast’s paradise. From thrilling game drives across the savannah plains to boat cruises along the Kazinga Channel, every moment spent in this park is filled with excitement and wonder. Keep your eyes peeled for iconic African species such as lions, elephants, hippos, and crocodiles as you explore the park’s rich biodiversity.
  3. Murchison Falls National Park: Witness the raw power and beauty of nature at Murchison Falls National Park, where the mighty Nile River plunges through a narrow gorge to create one of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls. Take a boat safari along the river to get up close to the falls and marvel at the sheer force of the cascading waters. Don’t forget to explore the park’s vast plains and woodlands, where you’ll encounter a wealth of wildlife, including giraffes, buffaloes, and chimpanzees.
  4. Kibale Forest National Park: Delve into the heart of Uganda’s rainforest paradise at Kibale Forest National Park, a haven for primates and birdlife. Embark on a chimpanzee trekking adventure to observe these intelligent creatures in their natural habitat, or opt for a guided nature walk to discover the park’s rich biodiversity, which includes over 350 species of birds and 13 different primate species.
  5. Lake Bunyonyi: Escape the hustle and bustle of safari life and unwind amidst the tranquil beauty of Lake Bunyonyi. Surrounded by lush green hills and dotted with picturesque islands, this serene lake offers the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Take a leisurely boat ride across the crystal-clear waters, explore the islands on foot, or simply soak in the stunning views while lounging on the shores.
  6. Rwenzori Mountains National Park: For the ultimate adventure-seeker, a trek in the Rwenzori Mountains National Park is an experience like no other. Known as the “Mountains of the Moon,” this UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts snow-capped peaks, glaciers, and alpine meadows, providing a dramatic backdrop for intrepid hikers. Traverse challenging trails, encounter unique flora and fauna, and revel in the sense of accomplishment as you summit some of Africa’s highest peaks.
  7. Jinja: Dubbed the “Adventure Capital of East Africa,” Jinja offers a wide array of adrenaline-pumping activities for thrill-seekers. From white-water rafting and kayaking on the Nile River to bungee jumping and quad biking, there’s no shortage of heart-pounding adventures to be had in this vibrant town. After a day of excitement, unwind with a sunset cruise along the Nile, where you can toast to your unforgettable Uganda safari experience.

With these captivating attractions complementing your wildlife safari adventures, your journey through Uganda promises to be an unforgettable blend of natural wonders, cultural discoveries, and thrilling experiences. So pack your sense of adventure and get ready to explore the diverse and enchanting landscapes of the Pearl of Africa.

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