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The Power of Shoes on a safari Trip – Uganda Safari news

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The Power of Shoes on a safari Trip – Uganda Safari news

As Shoes are widely known a big part of normal wear, as also part of fashion, each time one plans to go anywhere, they always want to be dressed right for that particular occasion, which also involves putting on or packing the right shoes.

On any safari to Uganda, safari shoes are not just an accessory to complement your outfit, but; they are a necessity to every visitor. Many things might go wrong and one wouldn’t enjoy a Uganda safari in the wild without being in the right shoes.

The kind of safari shoes you need for your Uganda safari tour are determined by what you intend to do while on your safari. There are shoes which might be okay for a given activity but totally incompatible for another one.

The choice of shoes can make or ruin your safari! Find out why and how.

If your safari in Uganda involves walking safaris, gorilla tracking or chimpanzee tracking, you are advised to get a pair of light hiking boots that can comfortably support your ankles while hiking. Sturdy walking shoes also work for some people on gorilla trekking safaris in Uganda, but if you are walking across an uneven terrain, you will love the ankle support that the light-weight hiking boots give.

Travelers also need light weight hiking boots for volcano Hiking for example hikes in the Rwenzori mountain foothills, Mgahinga gorilla national park and Mountain Elgon national park.

All the safari shoes you pack for your Uganda safari should be well worn such that you won’t be uncomfortable in the unbroken stiff shoes. Buy these shoes so early such that you can wear them and get used to them before your safari trip.

By |September 16th, 2017|Safari News|

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