Why book safaris to Uganda
Recently featured as a top destination in National Geographic and Lonely Planet, Uganda safari tours covers more than 10 separate national parks, making it a genuine African adventure. Visit over 600 mountain gorillas in Bwindi impenetrable and Mgahinga gorilla national parks for gorilla trekking experience, climb the ice capped Rwenzori mountains, take on a chimpanzee tracking tour in Kibale national Park, enjoy white water rafting on the Nile, see the roaring Murchison falls in Murchison falls national Park, Rest your curiosity in Queen Elizabeth national park as you watch the lions up on the trees, visit the wilderness of kidepo national park, meet the oldest culture in existence in the whole world who have lived the life of wondering on the outskirts of Mgahinga and Bwindi impenetrable forest, visit the zebras and impalas in lake Mburo national park, get to the East to hike mount Elgon national park a long side enjoying the refreshing views of the Sipi falls, and so much more.
Uganda as a destination is well known for its diversity that meets the interests of all its travelers, activities offered include honeymoon safaris, wildlife safaris, Gorilla trekking safaris, chimpanzee trekking safaris, birding tours, research tours, cultural encounter tours, budget tours among others. While on a Ugandan safari, taste a number of local fruits such as Jackfruits, pineaple, mangoes, oranges among others. Uganda is open to visitors at any time of the year! It possesses a warm and tropical climate all year through with little variations. There are two different tourism seasons which is the peak and the low season, usually during the peak season, the average temperatures are 21.5°C and when it drops, it’s usually to a minimum of 12°C in some cold areas. The rains in Uganda are not so bad to stop one from traveling and enjoying a safari. Whereas May and April are usually discounted by many safari operators and accommodation facilities lowering their hotel rates, this is usually the low season when rains are much. The months of June, July August and also December, January, Feb are the best months for game viewing in Queen Elizabeth, Kidepo, Lake Mburo and Murchison Falls National Parks when rains are less and roads are easily navigable.
With this said, you then realize that this is an amazing destination, this spectacular land is crossed by the equator running through from east to the west, in addition, you will feed your eyes with the magnificent Rift Valley creating its mark from the South to the North, and the source of Nile river that flows through Uganda northward to the Mediterranean Sea. As a tourist, Uganda offers safe, comfortable and wonderful accommodation to all its visitors that fit respective budgets located in different destinations. National Park lodges range from Budget to 5 Star facilities, all set to respond to every single need of guests throughout their stay within this African Wildness.
Stay in lodges, or tented camps set in traditional style and the beautiful Bandas, and enjoy the most delicious meals passionately prepared by professional chefs. While in Kampala capital city, you can check in at Serena Hotel Kampala, Cassia Lodge and so many more. In every destination in Uganda you will find accommodations that suit your very needs. In Bwindi, you will find the luxury Mahogany Springs, Clouds mountain gorilla lodge and Gorilla Forest Camp. In Murchison Falls, you will find Chobe Safari Lodge. Mweya Safari Lodge is a good option for visitors to Queen Elizabeth National Park and as you visit the human’s closest relative (mountain Gorillas) in Buhoma sector; there are over 15 accommodation options which include Buhoma Lodge, Silver back Lodge, Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp, Buhoma Community Rest camp and so much more. There are lots more hidden but yet a great destination that offers real experience to all guests, in fact, the people alone are so welcoming and relaxed to interact with all guests. Most importantly Uganda is still virgin, less explored and providing only first hand products to all its visitors.