About Uganda

The Pearl of Africa as it’s always said. It’s one of the unique places in Africa where you can visit and feel to stay forever. Uganda, is not only a land of cultural diversity, but real adventure, patched with a number of diverse thrilling and challenging attractions, from white water rafting in the Nile, boat rides, hiking’s, game drives, community encounter, bird watching, the list is endless.  Voted the most hospital country, with great amazing people, you will always feel welcome, and want to stay longer, as you get lost into diverse culture. Everywhere you go, you will always be welcomed with a warm smile, waving from young kids.

The landscape is incredible, having all type of terrain, from flat topography in the north and central to hilly and mountainous side of the west. Uganda has diversity of rich culture still intact, with a lot to offer to tourism. Are you a fun of eating, this is your place to be, over 36 cultures in the country, means a lot of food availability.

With a tapestry of landscapes, excellent wildlife watching and welcoming locals, Uganda packs a lot into one small country. It’s home to Africa’s tallest mountain range (the Rwenzoris), the source of the Nile, the world’s longest river and the continent’s largest lake. Rafting the Nile offers a world-class adrenaline adventure, but the country’s most iconic experience is tracking mountain gorillas in their misty habitat. And if you view the Big Five, you’ll see that nature – diverse and resplendent – looms large here. From its top to its tail, Uganda is rife with number of national parks and variety of attractions. Chimpanzees play in the shadow of the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains, elephants drink from the gushing waterfalls of Murchison Falls National Park, and lions and Ugandan kob graze on the beautiful savannah grasslands of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The people and culture are always warm and hospitable, they welcome everybody, and calling after you “Muzungu” by kids is a common word meaning a white man. You will love to stay here longer, as there is a lot to see with their gifted 12 national parks, each unique on its own. Visit Uganda, and enjoy the most thrilling moment while on your tour on the Uganda’s National Parks, having a wonderful moment and interaction with the community.

Magical Lake Bunyonyi has intoxicating views where the mist hangs low over terraced hillsides and dugout canoes glide through the still waters. Ssese Islands in the oceanic-sized Lake Victoria is where you’ll find some of the finest white sand beaches and burning sunsets – the kind of place you’ll want to seek out a hammock and bring a good book. Then there’s stunning Sipi Falls in eastern Uganda on Mount Elgon National Park, which is earning a reputation for its uninhibited views of the crashing falls.

Adrenaline junkies can get their fix any way they like in Uganda. The source of the Nile is a magnet for white-water rafting enthusiasts where you can plunge down Grade-5 rapids or otherwise kayak or try the white-knuckle jet boat ride. Those who prefer a different kind of plunge can opt for bungee jumping by Bujagali Falls. Trekkers can test their endurance tackling the Unesco World Heritage-listed Rwenzori Mountains, evocatively described as the ‘mountains of the Moon’ with stunning views of the equatorial mist as your reward at the top. For more treks try Mount Elgon National Park or the dramatic Virunga volcanoes where the borders of Uganda, Congo and Rwanda converge.

While it lacks the recognition of its big-name neighbors like Serengeti and Kruger Park, Uganda’s national parks boast all the animals, minus the crowds. Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s largest park where you can follow up your morning wildlife drive with a cruise on the Nile to the base of the falls – the perfect way to spy elephants, buffalo, crocs and loads of hippos while you relax with a beer on the boat. Head to Queen Elizabeth National Park for a better chance of spotting the elusive leopard or otherwise its trademark tree-climbing lions. Few tourists make it as far north as Kidepo Valley National Park, but those who do are rewarded with not only the best selection of animals, but some of the most spectacular scenery in Uganda. And if you’re hoping to tick off the Big Five, add Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary to your itinerary to get up close to white rhino, which you track on foot. Lake Mburo National Park, is as well one of the savannah parks where you can spot a number of wildlife and bird species, zebras, giraffes, topis, elands, are spotted here on the safari game drives.

Do not miss to get face to face with the primates, thus the Mountain Gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and Mgahinga National Park, trek the Chimpanzees of Kibale National Park, and some found in Budongo forest of Murchison Falls National Park, you can as well trek the golden monkeys of Mgahinga National Park.

Semuliki National Park, is blessed with hot springs that has attracted many tourists to the region with the unique batwa cultures. For those who love to do mountain hikings, Mount Rwenzori and Mount Elgon National Park, is the place for you to be. You can as well hike Muhabura mountains at Mgahinga National Park.

To mention but a few, Uganda, has got all that you need. All that you want to see during you safari, ranging from wildlife, primates, birds, adrenaline adventure, biking, hiking, food, and much more. You can stay as you wish. Visa is got on arrival.

For your safari booking to Uganda, do not hesitate to contact Beyond Kigali City Tours sales team and they get you packing for your lovely safari holiday to the Pearl of Africa, to explore beyond your imaginations.

At Beyond Kigali City Tours, we are here to serve your travel chooses and make you meet your dream holiday. We strive to serve the tourism market with our professional skills, built for years.

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