Reasons for loving Uganda.-Prime Uganda Safaris & Tours
Uganda which is a land locked country has got numerous tourists destinations and numerous cultures and languages with beautiful landscapes and wildlife experiences to be enjoyed by the tourists who come for safaris to Uganda.
Mountain Gorillas which are considered to be the main tourist attraction of Uganda are found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Uganda is a home to almost a half of the world’s mountain gorilla population; these have attracted many gorilla trekking safaris to Uganda.
Uganda’s culture is diverse with more than 40 languages which are different and are spoken by many tribes like the Baganda, Basoga, Banyoro, Banyankole and many others. Uganda has got a vast heritage cultural and it has attracted many visitors who have come for safaris in Uganda.
The western Uganda region has got many National parks which have a variety of wildlife like; the chimpanzees in the Kibale national park, the big five in Queen Elizabeth national park, wildlife viewing in Lake Mburo National Park, Boat cruises on Lake Bunyonyi and in queen. These activities have attracted many safari visits to Uganda.
Rwenzori Mountains which are commonly known as the mountains of the moon have attracted many climbers who have enjoyed its adventurous experience. Many climbers have had adventurous safaris on this mountain.
The Virunga Ranges which boarder Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo have always offered Monkey trekking , Gorilla trekking and its active volcanoes has attracted many safaris to Uganda.
Lake Bunyonyi which is also a lake located in the western part of Uganda, has also been visited by many tourists who come for Uganda safaris. Because it’s a free Bilhazia and it’s considered to be the deepest Lake, it’s surrounded by the green and hilly land scapes. A visit to Uganda will automatically make you experience this lake.
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