World-renowned as the “Pearl of Africa” – Uganda is a picturesque country boasting spectacular national parks and game reserves with engaging wildlife and natural sightings. Crave through the serene wilderness and see an amazing intimacy with comprehensive ranges of flora and fauna on Uganda safari tours seem like a dream come true.
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Kampala is a bustling city that gives a good introduction to Uganda. It’s very much vibrant and engaging with plentiful worthy sightseeing attractions to keep you occupied all the time. This city boasts rich and colorful history visible in diverse arrays of fascinating palaces and compound that worth a visit year round. Take this opportunity to visit Kampala and explore different cultures and diverse tribal lifestyles that the country has on offer.
Murchison Falls National Park is one of the biggest draws of our 14 Days Explore Uganda safari tour. It’s Uganda’s best-known and biggest nature reserve. The impressive wildlife populations and superb adventure activities make this national park worthwhile.
Murchison Falls National Park is a unique destination to explore wildlife and a trip along the Nile shouldn’t be missed! The last not but not the least, seeing the mighty Murchison Falls in action is a magical experience that worth a visit!
Located just outside Fort Portal – a vibrant and friendly town boasts sublime scenery, incredible culture, and genuine adventure, Kibale Forest National Park comprises of dense tropical rainforest within which dwell immense arrays of primates.
If you can’t afford the mountain gorilla tracking, exploring one of the five habituated chimpanzees groups, Kibale Forest National Park is a worthy substitute. Not to mention about the rare to find red colobus and L’Hoest’s monkeys are found here.
Few nature reserves around the world like Queen Elizabeth National Park can boast such a high biodiversity standard and with landscapes like savannah, wetlands, bushland, and lush forests. Expanding around 1978 sq km, the beautiful park is one of the most popular parks in Uganda.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the home to 96 mammal species including elephants, hippos, lions, leopards, hyenas, and chimps. In addition to, you will see the famous tree-climbing lions in the remote Ishasha sector located far south of the park. Don’t miss the chance to see the amazing bird species or an enjoyable boat trip on the Kazinga Channel either.
As the name says, there’s hardly evocative African destination than the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. This swath of steep mountains enclosed in the steamy, thick jungle is as magnificent as it sounds. The 331 sq km World Heritage Site – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the most ancient habitats in Africa, even surviving the last Ice Age as most of the continent’s other forests disappeared.
Mgahinga National Park expanding small 34 sq km is located the far southwest corner of Uganda. Given the small share of the park in Uganda, it’s the habituated gorilla family that regularly ducks around the mountains into Rwanda. This includes certain unpredictability to gorilla tracking there and accounts for the relative obscurity as compared to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Lake Bunyonyi stands for a place of many little birds. No doubt, it’s the loveliest lake throughout Uganda. The contorted shore encloses 29 islands, surrounded by steep terraced hillsides that reminisces the parts of Nepal. It’s a magical place, especially with a morning mist emerging from the placid waters. However, Lake Bunyonyi has a great selection of gorgeously remote and bucolic places to stay on distant islands where you’ll get only birds species as your company.
Lake Mburo National Park is blessed with exciting African wildlife seeing in arm’s reach of the capital. It has become a common stop on the safari circuit and the place in southern Uganda to see zebras. Lake Mburo National park is the only park in the country where you can see impalas, slender mongoose, giant bush rats, hyenas, leopards, elands, and recently reintroduced Rothschild’s giraffe species.
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