Uganda boasts a thrilling landscape harboring an abundance of rare and exotic wildlife species. Go search for an elusive giant mountain gorilla, chimpanzees in their natural environment within Uganda’s tropical rainforest thus there are your ten reasons to visit Uganda the pearl of Africa.

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1. Gorillas

Travelers never forget the most memorable moments as they lay their eyes on Uganda’s mountain gorilla stunning in the wild in the misty tropical rainforest. Wake up move on foot through the humid jungle of Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and Mgahinga gorilla national park. Travelers’ anticipation builds as they battle through the aptly Uganda’s oldest forest, climb up the steep paths, and Trudy through the forest muddy trails while searching for the majestic creatures, humans’ closet relatives. Gorilla trekking in Uganda is accompanied by the ranger who will reveal a gorilla family enjoying a bamboo shoot or climbing trees. Trekkers spend an hour with gorillas as you observe them relax in their natural environment, this mystical experience is life-changing.

2. Chimpanzee experience

Wander through Kibale forest national park tropical rainforest searching for the wild chimpanzee, black& white colobus monkeys, and red-tailed monkey among other primate species, Kibale forest national park harbors 13 different primate species hidden in the lush evergreen vegetation, these elusive primate species can be difficult to be located so it involves moving into the forest. just when you are already moving on foot in the forest you hear high pitched shouting echo within the forest, and the chimpanzee troop comes hurtling towards the trekkers in a frenzied procession in the jungle

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3. Variety of wildlife

Uganda offers exceptions wildlife species besides mountains gorillas and chimpanzees, there are other varieties of wildlife to be discovered in Uganda ranging from the herds of water cape buffaloes, elephants, and antelopes match along the banks of the Kazinga Channel of Queen Elizabeth National Park, keep closer eyes peeled for the magical tree-climbing lions on your game drive in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth national park.

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4. Friendly Uganda’ local people

Uganda’s people are incredibly welcoming, friendly and so open to different visitors from different destinations in the world. They give big smiles to visitors for a great sense of fun & humanity. Local children look amazing in their school uniforms as they move along the dusty roads towards Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, and as they feel the sense of pride sharing their home estates with mountain gorillas who occasionally come to the small village. Uganda’s younger generations have learned about the conservation importance of protecting these giant incredible apes for years to come.

5. Verdant landscapes

Uganda as a country is situated within Sub-Saharan Africa which comprises arid, dry, and wet. Uganda’s landscape is dominated by emerald evergreen lush plantations growing bananas, coffee, and tea. Bwindi impenetrable forest National Park harbors more than 1,000 flowering plant species and 200tree species, many of these tree species are endemic, and the forest is rich with African green broadbill, colorful butterfly species, and countless rare mammals on your safari.

6. Adventure

 Uganda adventure offers a real sense of off-the-beaten-track experience. Feel free in an intrepid nature to be explored as you venture through the far remote and isolated region of Uganda, enjoy untapped, undulating rides as you view undeveloped roads within the grassy plains. Basic local market stalls made from the knotted tree branches showcasing a variety of local foods produced by Ugandan farmers., and look out for the errands mud-hut in the villages.

7. Remote Uganda mountains

Uganda’s mountains are situated in remote areas, take a guided nature walk into Uganda’s foothills majestic the Rwenzori Mountains to enjoy the far-reaching views of all the peaks presenting the verdant hillsides overlooking the cloud-studded blue skies. Colorful butterflies flutter along all the trails and exotic bird species singing sweet melodies and the stream of a giant wonderful waterfall.

8. Picturesque waterways

Uganda is blessed to have prevalent waterways such as the source of the mighty world’s longest River Nile, evergreen lush vegetation thrives in with the water-laden environment, the land of mighty lakes and waterfalls such as Sipi falls among others. This makes Uganda be rich with beautiful sceneries that support the surviving incredibly diverse wildlife species.

9. Conservation

 Visiting Uganda will help you understand why it protects one of the most endangered primates surviving in the world – mountain gorillas bring eighty % of the money raised being used to support conservation projects for humans’ closest primates. The local economy also benefits from the economic bit and employment opportunities that visitors bring into Uganda.

10. Responsible tourism

Uganda’s government support responsible tourism as you explore Uganda’s hidden treasures help the endemic wildlife species, it may help in improving the standard for the local people. Responsible tourism is key to the core values in Uganda as we try to provide support to the local population through employment opportunities to tour guides and park rangers. The government sponsors Bwindi Hospital that specializes in HIV treatments.

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