Uganda, the amazing tapestry of wildlife, landscape and welcoming locals. The rivers, lakes, majestic mountains, wildlife and national park summon out a soul welcoming call to international travellers.
- The tallest snowcapped mountain range in Africa, the Rwenzoris.
- The source of River Nile, the longest river in the world
- The largest lake on the continent of Africa, Lake Victoria
‘Must-see’ destinations in Uganda
For those on a venture to explore tropical climates, Uganda has some of the best offerings.
Uganda’s official language is English, but others like Kiswahili and Luganda are common amongst over 30 indigenous languages
Some of the many breathtaking destinations include the Ajain Game reserve, Mgahina Gorilla National Park. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Kidepo Valley National Park. The Queen Elizabeth National Park, The Murchison Falls national Park m Kibale Forest National Park, Rwenzori National Park and the Ssese Islands .
- The National Museum is one interesting venture, one of the core links to Africa, our motherland. The twenty million old fossils unearthed in east Uganda can be found here.
- The abundant wildlife includes rare birds and chimpanzees. The Bwindi National Park is a renowned sanctuary for mountain gorillas.
- Murchison Falls National Park northwest is famous for its tall 43m waterfall and wildlife too.
- The Adrenaline adventure of rafting the Nile is an unforgettable experience with mountain gorilla tracking in the misty habitat. Diverse and resplendent nature and you get a chance to experience the big 5!
- The tourism industry is known for Gorillas but it is home to eleven percent of the bird population in the world with almost 1061 species of birds. The endangered mountain Gorillas with a remaining population of just 750 can be found in Uganda’s Bwindi National Park, in Rwanda Parc De Volcanoes and Virunga, Congo
- Uganda homes 1235 butterfly species and 31 are endemic to Uganda
All out trees in Uganda
The diversity of trees found in the wetlands, open water systems, moist tropical forests, woodlands and drylands, bushland, thicket, grassland and semi-arid regions of Uganda is a must for tree lovers. The rule in Uganda is if one tree is cut down, three more need to be planted. It is green all through the year!
Uganda is a safe destination .If there is an odd hippo that appears at the campsite do not rush!. It is good value with minimal visitors in comparison to other destinations in East Africa.
- Get your visa at an embassy or on arrival ar Entebbe international airport. The visas are valid for 3 months.
- Routine vaccinations for yellow fever, measles, chicken pox, and polio
- Travelers may be accepted in Kampala the capital but not easy