With a tapestry of landscapes, excellent wildlife viewing and welcoming locals, Uganda packs a lot into one small country. Just like us, Ugandans value relationship – and to be able to listen well, ask questions and show an interest, will ensure quick and easy friendships. The “Pearl of Africa” is lush with many gems and your experience here should include so much more than just the gorillas…
Explore Uganda on Safari
A Safari in Uganda, with it’s wild forested interiors, is infused with an aura of exploration and adventure. Bordering Rwanda to the north, it shares borders and a substantial part of Lake Victoria, with Kenya & Tanzania to the East.
The capital city of Kampala as well as the city of Entebbe are both situated to the South of the country and provide easy access to Bwindi Impenetrable Park and Queen Elizabeth NP which are the two focused safari regions.
Bwindi Impenetrable Natl Park
The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies in the southwestern part of the country on the edge of the Rift Valley. Blanketed by thick mist, the hillsides are part of some of Uganda’s most biologically diverse and oldest rainforests which date back over 25 000 years and are home to almost 400 plant and over 120 mammal species. More importantly this ‘impenetrable’ rainforest is home to about half of the world’s mountain gorillas of which several habituated groups can be trekked. Other mammal sightings include baboons, chimpanzees, elephants and antelope and over 350 bird species of which 23 are endemic.
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