Ultimate Uganda Wildlife Safari Holidays. Where to Go for Wildlife Tour in Uganda?
Acacia’s Uganda Wildlife Safari holidays take visitors on wildlife viewing excursions, which is one of the main draws to and attractions within Uganda. The world can experience incredible lifetime adventures in Uganda, with its tropical forests and Savannah plains that serve as a backdrop for a variety of flora and fauna species. There are about 330 different species of mammals in Uganda. These include the Big Five of African wildlife: the buffalo, rhino, elephant, lion, and leopard. These can be found in Kidepo Valley, Queen Elizabeth, and Murchison Falls National Parks. But rhinos can only be found at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
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Travelers must therefore plan their Uganda wildlife safari tours to include at least one of those three national parks. In addition to a trip to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary if they want to see all the big five. A wildlife safari in Uganda can give you the opportunity to see a variety of animals, such as the lions at Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Additionally, Uganda is home to 13 different species of primates, including more than half of the chimpanzees and mountain gorillas that are endangered worldwide. Gorilla trekking and chimp tracking are in many cases, however, referred to as different activities since they include tracking and getting up close to chimpanzees or gorillas on foot. Wildlife viewing, however, is mainly done in savannah parks where wildlife is seen on a game drive through the trucks of the park.
Where to Go for Wildlife Safari Tours in Uganda?
Acacia Safaris Limited’s Customized Most Popular Uganda Wildlife Safari Packages. These packages take you to the most popular Uganda Wildlife Safari Parks, such as Lake Mburo National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, and Murchison Falls National Park. Game drives and game viewing, boat rides, and nature walks are some of the main activities carried out there.
Uganda National Parks
Murchison Falls National Park is the largest protected area in Uganda. Covering 5.025kms, including Murchison Falls National Park, Karuma Wildlife Reserve, and Budongo Forest Reserve. The altitude range is from 619m at the delta on Lake Albert to 1.292 m at Rabongo hill.
The Queen Elizabeth national park is Uganda’s most visited national park. This park is known for its abundance in wildlife of about 95 mammal species and over 600 bird species. But it’s famous for its tree-climbing lions, whose males sport black manes in an area called Ishasha in Rukungiri.
Kidepo Valley National park Is an isolated Uganda Wildlife Safari park found in the rocky semi-arid of Karamoja. It boarders with Uganda, South Sudan and Kenya. The park covers a 1442 square meters dominated by rugged savannah and beautiful blue mountains such as Napore-Nyagia mountain.