Uganda is a landlocked country and popularly known as the pearl of Africa. It is gifted with wildlife, the source of the Nile that flows from Lake Victoria northwards to the Mediterranean Sea.
Due to conservation policies, Uganda’s Wildlife has highly increased in the past years.
A safari to Uganda surely will give you a chance to see its spectacular wildlife experience.
As you begin your Wildlife Safari to Uganda, be sure not to miss Bwindi Impenetrable forest.
It’s famous for its significant gorilla population in Uganda. Uganda wildlife safari guides have vast knowledge about the movements of these gorillas, so be sure to find them on your trek.
They help you discover the rare yet endangered wildlife species in their habitat with ease.
They also assist vacationers enjoying and observing the wildlife and the way they live.
Gorillas are friendly to the visitors, and it is also adventurous to watch and spend some time with them.
While tracking the Gorillas and chimpanzees, you also come across other endangered wildlife species as well.
On your safari, you will be able to see the colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkey, grey-cheeked mangabeys as well as the bush baboons.
Friendly Gorillas safari offers customized days of safari in Uganda that are combined with exploring many national parks and game reserves in Uganda.
Travelers get to see wildlife diversity that includes lions, zebras, buffaloes, elephants, leopards, baboons, giraffes, cheetahs, Uganda kobs, hippos, waterbucks, bushbucks, bush pigs, chimpanzees and many more.
Murchison Falls National park and the waterfall within it is another exciting destination for travel enthusiasts.
Uganda is also famous for bird watching and one can do this activity in areas like Budongo Forest, Mabamba game reserve, Queen Elizabeth, Lake Mburo, and Kibale forest.
Besides the wildlife, your Safari to Uganda will enable you to interact with the local people and also take part in their cultural activities.
The evenings are spent being entertained by the local people with their traditional dances and songs.
Your wildlife safari involves many activities including hiking different mountains, fishing in Lake Victoria and River Nile in Murchison Falls National park, tracking and trekking the gorillas and also cycling through distinctive Kabale village.