Come and discover the beauty of Uganda. You will find the most attractive places, tours and safaris of Uganda to the different areas of attraction of your interest in Uganda.

In East and Central Africa, Uganda has the most imaginative and refreshing attractions so far. The country is blessed with arts and crafts, ranging from basketry, matting, ceramics and pottery, beadwork, handmade textiles and woven products to toys, jewelry, bags, leather products, batik and bentwood products, etc. . These are generally made, using local raw materials.

The craft business in Uganda is more of a cultural tradition and is very much a cottage industry and is usually done by women in the country to supplement their income. Art and craft products are mainly sold in the African markets, but mainly in the tourist centers that are located in the areas of attraction, such as the national parks and art galleries around the city of Kampala.

Uganda is legacy with more than 1,000 species of birds that are endemic to the country and are concentrated in the Albertina region. These number 67% of Africa and 11.1% of the world’s total population, making the country a must-see for birdwatchers. The nicer birds include; crested crane, shoebill, baleen hunter, African osprey, African jacana, saddle-billed roe deer, pelican, African pygmy goose and Narina trogon make Uganda an ideal country for bird watching excursions and safaris.

The most loved and appreciated attraction is the mountain gorillas, these include silverbacks and blackbacks and we are currently receiving many tourists looking for gorilla tours in Uganda. Other primates include chimpanzees, Mgahinga’s golden monkeys, among others. Uganda’s standout attraction hides deep in the misty forests of the Bwindi forests. Animals are sometimes hard to find, making tracking very exciting if tedious. Other primates include chimpanzees, Mgahinga’s golden monkeys, and many others in Uganda’s other attraction areas.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda is home to half of the world’s total population of mountain gorillas. Currently with a population of over 320. Bwindi has 8 habituated groups, namely Habinyanja with 19 members, Rushegura with 20, Nkuringo 20, Bitukura 14, Nshongi 26, Mishaya 11, Kyaguriro 16 and Mubare 5 members.

A gorilla tour in Uganda is a first come, first served basis and the person pays $500 per permit for a single track and a permit is usually issued depending on where the accommodation will be accessed in the areas of the habituated groups or a group of your choice. Chimpanzee safaris and tracking tours take place in Uganda’s Kibale Forest National Park. Following the chimpanzee who is our ‘cousin’ is an unforgettable experience. The way they feed, climb trees, respond to humans, care for their young, it’s just phenomenal. The forest has three groups of chimpanzees that are habituated and only six people are allowed in the morning and evening. Kibale has more than 1,450 chimpanzees, representing Uganda’s largest population of this endangered primate.

The habituation experience in Uganda includes habituation of the chimpanzee. This involves observing chimpanzees with their daily activities, accustoming them to human presence without portraying their natural behavior. See the chimpanzees de-nest (leave their night nests) between 05:30 and 06:30 before following them during the day until they create new nests and retire for the night around 19:00. The Habituation Experience is highly encouraged in the low tourist season months of March, April and May. This chimpanzee tracking safari allows you to have a wonderful experience.

Observing wildlife is one of the main attractions and highlights of a visit to Uganda. Uganda’s ten National Parks and 12 Wildlife Reserves are some of the most diverse in the region and some of the best in the world.

The presence of natural resources is largely covered by vegetation and dense tropical forests rich in flora and fauna. This has led the country to be home to unique physical landscapes, lakes and rivers. All of these physical features provide a habitat for the diverse wildlife that forms the basis of Uganda’s tourism industry, primarily for safaris and wildlife tours.

The total number of mammals of mammal species is 342 numbers, and mammals from West and East Africa are represented in Uganda. Among the registered species, 132 are classified as large mammals and the rest are small mammals, 94 species of bats, 70 rats and mice, 33 shrews and otters, 8 gerbils, 4 elephant shrews and 1 solitary golden mole. On a safari in Uganda you can see a profusion of hippos, herds of elephants, buffalo, giant forest hogs, the beautiful Ugandan kob, sitatungas, zebras and many others. The amount of wildlife has been steadily increasing in Uganda safari parks and you are guaranteed higher chances of seeing almost all species of animals in Uganda parks for the Uganda safaris of your choice.

The tropical forests found in Uganda’s national parks support this diversity. They have housed endangered species of animals, birds, butterflies, reptiles, amphibians and plants. Some of them are so delicate and have rankings in the region and the world. in Uganda; Most of the tour operators offer different tour packages such as bird watching safaris, gorilla tracking safaris, hunting and wildlife tours and safaris and adventure tours, not to forget cultural tours in the blessed country of Uganda.

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