Often and sometimes unfairly compared with its East African neighbors, Uganda is a premier destination in its own right. A country of nooks and crannies, of trees, water, and green light, it is a very different kind of paradise. There is nothing in Africa quite like it. There are frequently asked questions about Uganda safaris. Here, Acacia Uganda Safaris offers you an informative guide on the frequently asked questions;
There are lots of attractions or things to see in Uganda. Uganda safaris are famous for mountain gorilla trekking, however, there is a lot more to discover during tours to Uganda. Uganda is home to wildlife that includes the big five which are Buffaloes, Lions, Leopards, Elephants, and Rhinos. Other attractions include almost half of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. Chimpanzees, bird species, and several flora are also more of the attractions in Uganda.
With lots of attractions, there are lots of activities to do in Uganda. Some of the major activities include Uganda gorilla tours, chimpanzee trekking, wildlife tours, bird-watching tours, and cultural tours. These activities are done in specific parks that have attractions and offer memorable views. Uganda is home to over 50 tribes, making it a culturally rich destination.
The best time to visit Uganda is the dry season, between the months of June – September and December – February.
However, Uganda is an all-year-round visited destination and a Uganda safari is possible at any time of the year, it just depends on where you want to visit or which activities you would love to do. Uganda has two rainy seasons and these are March–May, and October – November. During these rainy seasons, the rainfall totals are high and safari activities may become less enjoyable.
Uganda is safe and stable for tours in Africa as long as you work according to the guidelines. You also need to make sure you take good care of personal security. Uganda’s capital is one of the safest cities in Africa. Tourists who have visited this city before have left with almost no safety problems.
Uganda has a total of 10 national parks each with something unique about it. There’s no such park better than the other, each one is unique and has an attraction worth seeing. What helps you choose which park to visit is the choice of activities you would like to undertake in Uganda. For Uganda gorilla safaris, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are the only parks to see the elusive mountain gorillas. Uganda wildlife safaris can be done at Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, and Murchison Falls National Park.
Semliki National Park is best for Uganda birding safaris though bird-watching tours can be done in any of the 10 national parks. Hiking can best be done at Mount Elgon National Park and Rwenzori Mountains National Park. Kibale Forest National Park is best for Uganda chimpanzee safaris since it has the world’s highest chimpanzee population.
Planning a safari in Uganda can be a hard task with all the necessary bookings. To best prepare your trip, you need to contact a Uganda tour operator, and Acacia Safaris Uganda can help you with any of the kinds of bookings you need.
Here are several safari packages in Uganda for different kinds of activities;
Our most popular Uganda Gorilla Safaris, Primate Tour to Bwindi Impenetrable Park and Mgahinga Gorilla Park offer our Gorilla Safari Uganda clients a great opportunity to go for Mountain Gorilla Trekking. The Most Popular Safari Packages include 3 days Bwindi Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari and 3 days Mgahinga Gorilla Uganda Safari Tour.
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