From the harsh and beautiful wilderness to lush green landscapes through the rugged mountains and rivers…these are the things that have enthralled visitors to Uganda over the ages.
Pristine and still undiscovered, Uganda straddles the Equator and embraces the mighty Lake Victoria, hosts the source of the Nile with vibrant tapestry of diverse vistas against a backdrop of sparkling lakes islands and falls that inhabit the most amazing wildlife.
Uganda has a very beautiful scenery and attractions that will just make your trip awesome, the wildlife is quite broad with very many interesting species of mammals. Embark on your Uganda safari and enjoy the amazing wildlife that can only be viewed here.
Mountain gorillas are definitely Uganda’s center of attraction, with less than 1000 mountain gorillas left in the world and almost half of the population reside Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. These species are critically endangered and are greatly threatened by encroachment on their habitat, poaching and diseases.
Uganda has over 350 species of mammals and they range from large mammals like Gorillas, Buffaloes, Lions, and Elephants to small ones, like Bats, moles and shrews.
It is known as birder’s haven by birding enthusiasts as it inhabits over 1,000 species of birds with some of the amazing species of birds in Uganda comprises of the crested crane, the rare shoebill stork, the African fish eagle, the Jacana, Narina trogon and the amazing African pygmy geese. At the Moment; Lake Mburo National Park, Murchison Falls National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park are the best places for birding tours.
Uganda undoubtedly has one of the best and most attractive wildlife in the country,gifted with a very broad species of wildlife located in various parts of the country including the mountain gorillas as the signature of the country’s wildlife.
Uganda offers an elegant adventure with the best wildlife experience awaiting the traveler unimaginable from the moment you sent foot at the airport as you enjoy the Savannah game viewing and the tropical western African jungle in one destination.
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