The world’s £1m worth holiday safari that includes Uganda safari tourist sites.
The best travel magazines and online agencies in the world have several times listed Uganda as an unmatched world travel destination. The Uganda safari sector commonly dabbed as Uganda tourism sector has amidst several challenges managed to win many hearts and smiles of many worldwide tourists/travelers that have made several Uganda safaris to Uganda`s several unique tourist attractions commonly called game parks.
A Uganda safari or a Uganda tour to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Gorilla National Park of Uganda, the Rwenzori Mountains National Park, and the Kasubi Tombs –the Official burial site for the kings of the Buganda Kingdom, are part of a globe –a £1m classic tour of all the 962 UNESCO heritage sites.
Anyone who has had a tour of Uganda on any Uganda safari featuring these attractions will bear witness; this is a dream safari memories of which can be matched by none.
According to the UK’s Daily Mail, this unique journey, offered by Veryfirstto.com, will visit breathtaking spectacles all over the world. Today, Prime Safari & Tours Ltd, an indigenous Uganda safari company based in Uganda has organized this safari several times at about half the price in a bid to promote Uganda tourism by making it affordable to everyone outside Uganda to be able to safari Uganda and see these great unique attraction only peculiar to Uganda-the pearl of Africa.
The sites listed above are special because they not only have unique attractions/features but also have outstanding universal natural and cultural value by the World Heritage Committee.
Last year, Uganda was named among the top 20 global tourism destinations by the National Geographic (an international travel channel affiliated to the National Geographic Society) in 2013 the lonely planet affirmed the greatness of Uganda as a major world Tourist/safari destination when it named it the best travel destination for the year 2012.
Dr. Nelson Githinji, Kenya`s minister of tourism, acknowledged that Uganda was ranked top in tourism industry growth in Africa at 25% in 2011.This was during the Magical Kenya Travel Expo 2012 held last year in Nairobi at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre.
To seal it all a WB report published that close to a million tourists visited Uganda on several Uganda safaris last year.
Prime Uganda safaris Article 2013