Eco-tourism is a new form of tourism in the world as well as Uganda and it dates back in the 1990’s. It involves such activities like Nature guided Walks, Village/community Walks, Bird Watching, forest walk, sport fishing, mountaineering climbing, butterfly watching, Mountain Gorilla tracking, game viewing, Chimp tracking, boat cruises, canoeing, caving, scenery viewing photography, primate watching, and any other aspects that relate to Natural, Cultural and Rural tourism. The main tourism destinations in Uganda-the pearl of Africa include all the ten protected national parks as well as wildlife and game reserves, forest reserves, events/cultural centers, community wetlands, Theme parks, resorts, and important bird areas.
As many safaris to Uganda to day combine nature and wildlife, it follows that sustainability would be significant issue for visitors exploring the unique Eco-tourism destinations in Uganda. Uganda conservation efforts and tourism have increased in the past years, and currently many Uganda safaris are tailed or organized around different communities and natural environment.
Eco-tourism safari to Uganda
does not mean paying high a mounts for top-of-the-line green products but it involves having affordable Uganda Eco-tourism safaris while still being mindful of conservation efforts. It also involves Visitors traveling with maximum respect of the local cultures and keeping an open mind when planning a safari tour to Uganda.
Currently Uganda is well-known as safe Eco-tourism destination in the world but there is need to plan correctly all the Eco-tourism activities and destination .This can lead to a more personalized experience for travelers as well as one that is authentic to the respective communities they are visiting.
The most significant thing visitors planning for safaris to Uganda should do is to go local when they are under taking safari to Uganda. They should make sure that they use locally owned hotels and services and pay close attention to relevant travel destination news in order to prepare for new regulations or opportunities that may negatively affect the Eco-tourism experience that they would get on Uganda safaris. Ultimately travelers need to do what is best and safest for them, but they must acknowledge how their actions are affecting their destination areas.
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