Known to the world as the “pearl of Africa”, Uganda attracts people from all over the world who are deeply enthusiastic about their culture, cuisine and their exclusive wildlife safari. Apart from these, Uganda offers you a wide range of activities that will make your trip worth its time. This small microcosm of the country of Africa will punch you with a wide array of attractions. Gorilla Trekking in Uganda is again one of the main attractions but it is only just the beginning of what would seem like an extensive journey as we slowly unfold the activities.
This place provides a safe haven to almost 7000 cape buffaloes and more than 2000 African elephants. If you are lucky enough, you might see a lion or two slowly grazing past the tall grasses. As obscure as the sight of a lion is, leopards are even rarely spotted. This is one of the most visited parks where you can either chose to watch the wildlife or just take a boat tour along the lines of the Kazinga channel.
As mentioned earlier, this is one of the biggest attractions of Uganda. This place inhabits almost 200 different species of butterflies and has half the global population of mountain gorillas. Apart from them, you can also find primates like chimpanzees, blue monkeys, mangabeys et al.
3. Ssese Islands
Who knew that the heart of Africa has these luxurious islands hidden away from the crowds of the city. This place will provide you with a retreat where you can spend the time lazing around the beach while sunbathing or by taking slow walks by the white sandy beach. Buggala islands are the most accessible ones of the lot and are a tourist favourite. But if you want to find someplace even more secluded then Banda or Bukasa island is where you might want to head for.
The source of the river Nile, Jinja is packed with adrenaline punched activities. If you are looking for activities are river rafting, kayaking or even mountain biking, then Jinja should be on your list. This town is also filled with colonial-era building and architecture reminding you of the oppressive times.
Are you ready to step on the northern and the southern hemisphere respectively while standing on the middle of the equator? Well, you should be! The photo clicked here will be one of the most memorable evidences of the epic adventure to Uganda that you had embarked on.
Places like Uganda are being able to keep all the natural sites intact with the help of conservations that carry out extensive campaigns which facilitate the protection of the local wildlife and their habitat. Tourists are always advised to follow the instructions provided as these delicate natural extensions need delicate handling and cooperation from your side is very much appreciated by the authorities over there. So, be ready to set your foot on this epic adventure and be sure to enjoy its grandeur.