A safari visit to Uganda this November will help you to view the eclipse which is scheduled to take place in the northern Uganda; this will help in increasing the revenues of the country and also helping in developing the tourism sector.
The government has already ensured security in the whole area in order to protect the many tourists who are coming for the eclipse viewing; this will help in ensuring proper viewing by the visitors who are coming for the safaris to Uganda.
This Eclipse is the rarest type of the solar eclipse, which also changes from an annular to a total solar eclipse along its path, this unique eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the sun and puts a shadow on the surface of the earth, and these unique features of the eclipse have greatly attracted many Uganda safaris hence helping in developing the tourism sector.
The tourists, who are coming for the eclipse viewing, will also have a chance to participate in many tourist activities which will help in increasing the revenues of the country, these activities include; Gorilla trekking safaris in Bwindi Impenetrable National park, chimpanzee trekking, and birding safaris, many game drives in the national parks and many other activities.
The government and the Uganda wildlife Authority has put in a lot of emphasis which has helped in marketing the eclipse, there are many tourists who are expected to participate in the activity, which will help in increasing safaris in Uganda.
Prime Uganda Safaris & Tours updates 2013