No doubt, the highlight of going on a safari in Uganda is seeing mountain gorillas.
In natural conditions, they live in only three countries: Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. There are about 740 of these gorillas in the wild, half of them living in Uganda. Read More
Whenever wildlife guides and tourists talk about the big five they don’t actually refer to the biggest five wild animals as most individuals think. They usually refer to ones most difficult to hunt on foot. The term was coined by hunters but safari tour operators adopted the name and they have been an attraction ever since.
The big five include the lion, the cape buffalo, the rhino, the leopard and the elephant – these animals all together are usually found within some of the best national parks in Africa. But don’t limit yourself to the Big 5 – there are other “big” animals to be found in Africa: hippos, crocodiles, wildebeests etc. Here are some of the best national parks in Africa to go looking for the big game. Read More
Commonly referred to as the Pearl of Africa, Uganda is one underrated country rich in culture and diverse ecosystem. This landlocked country has some of the most beautiful national parks and is the home to a wide variety of plant and bird species.
The following are some of the national parks to visit when you decide to take a Uganda safari.
Depending on one’s personal view you can say that Africa is the greatest birding continent on the entire planet, it is definitely a fantastic destination for bird watchers.
Some of the countries that provide the best experience to serious bird watchers include countries in the Eastern Africa region like Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya other countries that are also ideal for bird watching are South Africa and Namibia. The ideal time for visiting this region is during the African summer which starts from November and ends in March. Read More
One of the most famous national parks in the east African region is the Serengeti park. It is known for its high concentration of wild animals together with breathtaking physical sceneries and it is also home to the world’s largest migration of wild animals.
It occupies about 30,000 square kilometers extending from the southern areas of Kenya towards northern Tanzania and is adjacent to the Ngorongoro conservation, the Muswa reservation Maasai Mara and the Grumeti National Reservations. It is also a part of Tanzania’s the Northern Safari Circuit comprising of the Tarangire National Park, the Lake Manyara National Park, and the Arusha National park. It was also listed as part of the UNESCO World Heritage list in the year 1981. Read More