Sir Winston Churchill once wrote about Uganda:
“For magnificence, for variety of form and colour, for profusion of brilliant life, Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa.” Uganda Safaris ,Uganda Gorilla tracking safaris, African safaris with value for money
"Uganda, the Africa’s friendliest country". This reputation has been achieved thanks to the tradition of hospitality of its people and to the remarkably low level of crime and hassle directed at tourists.
10 national parks, mountain gorillas, more than 1040 species of birds,
the great Lake Victoria (the second largest freshwater lake in the world), the source of the mighty Nile and its waterfalls, the icy peaks of Rwenzori known as “The Mountains of the Moon”.
Uganda is where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. Only here one can observe climbing tree lions in the morning and track chimpanzees through the rainforest undergrowth the same afternoon, then the next day navigate tropical channels teeming with hippopotamus and world’s largest nile crocodiles before setting off into the misty mountains to stare deep into the eyes of a mountain gorillas.
Uganda lies in equatorial Africa between latitudes 4° 12’ north and 1° 29’ south and longitudes 29° 35’ and 25° east. Uganda covers an area of 235,796 km² or 91,041 square miles, making it similar in size to Great Britain or the state of Oregon in the United States of America. It is bordered by Kenya to the East, Tanzania and Rwanda to the south, Congo to the west and South Sudan to the north.
Uganda’s equatorial climate is tempered by its elevated altitude in most parts of the country, the daily maximum is between 20° C amd 27° C and the minimum is between 12° C and 18° C. The hightest temperatures occur on the plains east of Lake Albert, while the lowest have been recorded on the Rwenzori glacial peaks.
Average annual rainfall is as low as 100mm, most parts of Uganda receive an annual rainfall of between 1,000mm and 2,000mm.
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Although Uganda is not a large country by African standards and, in direct contrast to the vast, open plains which characterize somewhere like Tanzania, Uganda is covered in dense rain-forest and lush cultivation that offer good Uganda safaris packages with gorilla tracking. Main roads are well maintained, public transport is nippy and exploration whether on or off the beaten track, is remarkably easy. Uganda is a great country for the natural history specialist. Nowhere else in Africa can you see such a wide variety of primates with so little effort, from mountain gorillas and chimpanzees, through over ten types of monkey, down to the tiny wide-eyed bush baby.
We will offer you Uganda Safaris ,Uganda Gorilla tracking safaris, African safaris to Bwindi forest national park which is located in the south-western part on the border with the democratic republic of Congo and Parc des Volcans in Rwanda. For the tourists visiting, our Uganda safaris package with gorilla tracking are based on luxury lodges, mid-range lodges and budget lodges. Please take some time and pick Uganda Safaris ,Uganda Gorilla tracking safaris, African safaris tracking to a country which was once called the "pearl of Africa" by world war British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
For Uganda Safaris ,Uganda Gorilla tracking safaris, African safaris, traditional wildlife where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. Where else but in this lush country can one observe lions prowling the open plains in the morning and track chimpanzees through rainforest undergrowth the same afternoon, navigate tropical channels teeming hippos and crocodiles before setting off into the misty mountains to visit the mountain gorillas? Uganda is the answer to your quest, the only safari country in the world whose range of forest primates is as impressive as plains antelope.
Uganda takes its name from the Buganda kingdom, which encompasses a large portion of the south of the country, including the capital Kampala. The people of Uganda were hunter-gatherers until 1,700 to 2,300 years ago, when Bantu-speaking populations migrated to the southern parts of the country.
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