“For magnificence, for variety of form and color, for profusion of brilliant life, bird, insect, reptile, beast, for vast scale, Uganda is truly “the Pearl of Africa.” Sir Winston Churchill
Known worldwide for its natural beauty, Uganda is an interesting equatorial and central African country was rightly described by Winston Churchill as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ due its lush and exquisite scenery.
Uganda offers a lot of itineraries loaded with unforgettable wildlife encounters first of all the the majestic and rare Mountain Gorilla.
A complete Ugandan safari experience is a thrilling mix of hikes through lush rainforest in search of chimpanzee in Kibale Forest, trek deep into the jungle and discover mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, enjoy a stunning birdwatching with up to 600 species of bird in Queen Elizabeth National Park, and explore the Kazinga Channel in search of hippos and over 600 bird species and a good number can be sighted while on a boat trip on the channel.
Kibale Forest National Park is well-knowed for its rich habitat home to one of the highest densities of primates in Africa, totaling 13 species, including chimpanzee and red colobus monkey.
The most famous inhabitants of Kibale National Park, undoubtedly, are the chimpanzees, with over 1,450 individuals protected, one of the largest known concentration of chimpanzees in Africa
Also birdwatching is thrilling with more than 300 species of bird that find in the lush rainforest the perfect habitat.
The Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the finest birding destinations on Earth, over 600 species make their home in the park,
The park offers superb views to the Rwenzori Mountains, otherwise known as the Mountains of the Moon.
While birding is of course the main attraction in Queen Elizabeth National Park, this dramatic wilderness offers a range of diverse activities and guided treks among the fig trees in search of the famous tree-climbing lion is a popular attraction in the park.
Along the Kazinga Channel, where the world’s largest concentration of hippo populates the shorelines, is possible to enjoy a walking safari as well as a boat trip.
Spectacular Bwindi National Park is a Unesco World Heritage Site located in the southwestern region of Uganda on the rim of the Rift Valley is home of large groups of mountain gorillas.
Taking part of a Gorilla Track into the jungle to encounter these powerful primate in their natural habitat is rightly considered one of the ultimate travel experiences, a privilege very few people have the opportunity to enjoy.
The mist-covered hillsides of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest hosts about 90 mammal species, including 11 primates, 200 species of butterflies, 324 varieties of trees, over 360 species of birds, and rare mammals such as the forest elephant.
Aside from Bwindi safaris, there are also plenty of cultural experiences to be had within Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, including visits to the local Batwa Pygmies village where is possible discovery how the pygmies hunt, use a bow and arrow, find medicine in the plants, and other fascinating aspects of their lifestyle in the forest.Tailormake your journey, contact our travel designers
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