The sensational Land of infinite geographical variations abounding flora and fauna with friendly people describe a small country Uganda but great African nation “The Pearl of Africa”.
Visitors to Uganda safaris can enjoy many outstanding attractions: the rare mountain gorillas in Bwidi and Mgahinga National parks and many varieties of species of animals and plenty of bird life to be found in other National parks –Queen Elizabeth National Park- the highlight of Uganda, Murchision Falls National Park, Kidepo National Park, Kibale Forest National Park famous for chimpanzee concentrations, Semuliki National Park and Lake Mburo National Park. The spectacular scenery of undulating hills, the legendary mountains of the moom- Rwenzori that provide challenging climbing expeditions and the Nile offering challenging white water rafting. The warmth of Equator and the cool breezes of Natural forests and Mist Mountains generate a tender climate throughout the year not to be enjoyed anywhere else in Africa.
Uganda Gorilla Safaris and tracking form the pinnacle of the Tourism Industry in Uganda and East Africa – Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda.
Uganda has a unique description which cannot be close to the truth….situated in the fertile heart of Africa, astride the Equator boasts of wide diverse of landscape, from rugged snow capped mountains, the vast flat lands stretching to the horizon, Uganda offers visitors a wealth of breathtaking scenery, with range of savannah grassland , rain forests to arid areas of Karamoja, and abundant fresh tropical forests. It is within such charming climate that has natured and protected the mountain gorillas that still survive on earth. It is estimated that not more than 800 still survive on earth and that those still surviving live in the environs of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in south western part of Uganda and Volcanoes National park in Rwanda.
Uganda Gorilla Safaris
Every visitor coming to Uganda would wish to get into contact with these gentle giants (Gorillas) moreover our distant cousins. Uganda should treat gorilla tracking as the Pinnacle of the tourism in the country if they are to continue attracting more numbers of tourists visiting the country and increase passes to visit these gentle giants.