Uganda has numerous top attractions for holiday lovers; from the outstanding National parks full of wildlife, to the Gorilla trekking forest and the great rift valley lakes that attracts thousand of bird species, the beautiful Lake Victoria, the stunning cultures and historical towns, among others attractions in Uganda. Here is an overview of the country's must see attractions:
A wildlife watching safari is one of the top tourist attractions in Uganda; it gives you the opportunity to view different kinds of wildlife (including all the Big Five), thousands of birds species, Gorilla and Primates Trekking, watching insects and the wonderful landscapes and natural forests.
Uganda is a landlocked country with a few beaches along the shores of the mighty Lake Victoria and on its Islands. The beaches are convenient for weekend beach vacations, family getaway, fishing or water sporting tours.
Experience the best hiking, mountain climbing and nature walks on the great Ugandan Mountains, valleys, forests and other historical sites.
From the busy bustling cities to the old historical towns. Uganda offers different kind of city life that includes special African dinners and lunches, day city tours, excursions, shopping and so on.
A Ugandan vacation is not only about going on a wildlife safari; there is much more than that, the rich unique heritage and traditions, sporting, crossing the mighty Nile River, adventure travel, the great outdoors activities and so much more.
Top Safari attractions in Uganda would include; a visit to the top National parks, museums, Forests, lakes and wildlife orphanage. Below are some of the top safari destinations in Uganda.
A magnificent park with a huge natural forest that dates back 25,000 years ago, located southwest of Uganda, bordering Virunga National Park in Congo DRC, along the Albertine Rift. It is home to half of the world’s mountain gorilla, 160 species of trees and ferns, over 300 bird spices and butterflies....
Is a prime chimpanzee tracking national park located southwest of Uganda; the park mainly consists of rainforest that is inhabited by over 60 mammal species (including the 13 primates species), over 335 bird species, different trees, plants and insects; a great place for trekking and hiking.
Is the largest and most accessible national park in Uganda; with a surface area of about 2,000 Km2 spread over open planes, volcanic mountains, craters, lakes and wetland forest that are ideal habitat for classic big five game, primate, over 600 bird species among other wildlife...
It is Uganda's largest and oldest conservation area, hosting over 76 mammal species and 450 bird species; the park is home to the famous Murchison falls along Victoria Nile(Nile River source) in western Uganda, savannah grassland, riverine and woodland forest....