Uganda the pearl of Africa is one of Africa’s top safari destinations because of its variety of safari attractions and activities one can engage in on any safari.
The attractions and activities range from primate safaris, wildlife safaris, nature and community safaris, cultural and religious tours, and recreational activity safaris among others.
As you plan to travel and enjoy the beauty of Uganda this year 2021, we help you highlight the top safari attractions and activities you should not miss out on, during your visit to Uganda.
Bwindi National Park has the greatest number of mountain gorillas and gorilla trekking in the park is done in four sectors namely Buhoma, Ruhija, Nkuringo, and Rushaga.
When having a Uganda Safari, you cannot forget Chimpanzee Trekking. Chimpanzee trekking is another primate experience that gives you a chance to marvel at similarities between primates and humans as you observe and interact with them in their natural habitats.
The trekking experience to the chimpanzee habitat also gives you a memorable adventure and scenery experience.
Chimpanzee trekking is done all year round in different locations and trekking permits are acquired from the issuing Authority of the trekking destination.
The chimpanzee trekking permit fees vary from location to location and for Kibale National Park trekking a permit fee is 200 USD per person per trek.
Kibale National Park is the most trekked location of all the chimpanzee habitats.
Uganda is also home to the unique tree-climbing lions that give you a unique lion experience on any of your game drives.
These lions are mainly in Ishasha in Queen Elizabeth National park. Park fees and game drive fees vary from park to park, so you need to check with the Uganda Wildlife Authority or a tour operator for clarity of fees.
Birding in Uganda has grown over the past couple of years, as new bird species have been discovered living in several places in the country.
The number of birders coming into the country to see the several bird species has increased over the years; making birding a must-do activity while you visit the country.
Cultural and religious sites in Uganda include Kasubi tombs, Namugongo Shrine, Karambi tombs, Gadhafi mosque, Bahai temple, Sezibwa falls, Nyero rocks, Igongo Cultural Centre, and Nakayima tree.
Most of the cultural sites are in the country’s capital Kampala, so you can visit them in a day.
Nature tours that allow you to appreciate the topography and nature of given areas are done in also all national parks in the country.
Community tours are some of the other Tours of Uganda you should look out for in 2020. These get you interacting with the locals and learning more about their cultures, norms, and lifestyles.
Recreational activities in Uganda include hiking, mountain biking, water rafting, binge jumping among others.
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