Incredible Uganda offers an incredible Safari experience
The Pearl of Africa is a multicultural country in East Africa with a varied environment that includes the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains and the massive Lake Victoria, which is the main source of the Nile River. In the ten Savannah parks, plenty of wildlife like Chimpanzees, Gorillas, the famed Big 5, and 1000+ unique bird species can be spotted.
Western Uganda is the greatest location to visit for wildlife, as it contains the majority of the country’s national parks and reserves. The gorilla tracking experience at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in Uganda’s southwest corner, is a notable highlight of this region. While viewing mountain gorillas is the major reason visitors visit Bwindi, the park’s misty forests are also home to nine other primate species, including black-and-white colobus and l’Hoest monkeys, forest duikers, secretive forest elephants, and over 200 butterfly species.
Kibale Forest Reserve is also a monkey sanctuary, having the highest population of primates in the country and the greatest diversity of primates of any East African reserve, with 13 resident species. The major appeal of Kibale is tracking chimps, although seeing olive baboons, black-and-white colobus, l’Hoest, and blue monkeys are also highlights.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the finest park in the country for wildlife variety, with 95 species of mammals and 20 predators, including the Big Four (buffalo, lion, leopard, and elephant), as well as chimps and 611 bird species. The tree-climbing lions are the park’s main feature — there is just one other site in Africa where they do this, so getting this glimpse is very unique.
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Kampala City, generally known as the city of seven hills, is the capital city of Uganda, the center of commercial life, and the seat of government including the Parliament and historical monuments.