As Winston Churchill put it Uganda is the "Pearl of Africa". The landscape is varied with savanna, lakes, swamps, mountains and forests. This variation gives us a rich animal life with both the lions of the savanna and the primates of the forests. In addition to this you can find an abundance of different birds, with over 1000 species recorded. The people of Uganda are in general friendly and welcoming. You can be sure to have children wave to you along the road in the countryside and will probably not leave the country without being asked "How are you muzungo?". The word muzungo is used for westerners and means literally "aimless wanderer". In Uganda 33 different local languages are spoken but you can get by on English since it is the official language and widely known.

 

Read more about our national parks by following the links below:

Bwindi Impenetrable NP - The misty home of our Gorillas

Queen Elizabeth NP - Savanna and Kazinga channel boat cruise

Murchison Falls NP - Majestic waterfall and savanna with Giraffes

Lake Mburo NP - This is the Zebra paradise of Uganda

Kibale Forest NP - Beautiful forest where you can trek chimpanzees

Kidepo Valley NP - Remote park offering one of Africa's finest wildernesses

Rwenzori Mountains NP - Uganda's highest peak, offers climbing and hiking

Semuliki NP - East Africa's only lowland tropical rain-forest

Mount Elgon NP - Spectacular views for hikers and birders

Mgahinga Gorilla NP - Gorilla trekking

 

 About Uganda

Activities in Uganda by location

  • Gorilla trekking - in Bwindi Impenetrable NP (or Mgahinga Gorilla NP)
  • Chimps trekking - in Budongo in Murchison Falls NP, Kibale Forest NP, Kyambura gorge in Queen Elizabeth NP or Kalinzu forest by Queen Elizabeth NP
  • Boat-cruise - on Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth NP and the Nile in Murchison Falls NP
  • Game-drives - in Queen Elizabeth NP, Murchison Falls NP, Kidepo Valley NP and Lake Mburo NP
  • Mountain hiking - in Rwenzori Mountain NP and Mount Elgon NP
  • Birding - several recognized birding locations across the country
  • Community tourism - visit a school, take a village walk, see cultural sites, eat local food and more
  • Relaxation - by Lake Bunyonyi or on Ssese islands
  • Safari walk - Lake Mburo NP, Ziwa Rhino sanctuary or Kidepo Valley NP
  • White water rafting - on the Nile in Jinja
  • City tour - experience Kampala

For inspiration on what community tourism activities are possible when on safari in Uganda you can take a look at our blog posts on community tourism to see if there is something special you like.

 

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