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Gorilla and Wildlife Safaris in Uganda

Gorilla and Wildlife Safaris in Uganda

Explore two fantastic travel destinations that lead you to Bwindi Forest and Queen Elizabeth national park. Meet the gorillas and enjoy game viewing on this adventure safari!

This Safari takes you into the jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park to track the mountain gorillas. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies in south-western Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley.

The “impenetrable forest” protects nearly more than half of the remaining mountain gorillas in the world and it is one of the best places to go gorilla trekking in Africa. In addition to seeing the mountain gorillas in Uganda, clients can engage in other adventure activities that include nature walks, forest walks, bird watching and local community tours.

Looking for a wildlife safari in East Africa? We offer exclusive game viewing safaris in various national parks, the best for sightseeing in each destination. Our safaris cover the best of Uganda with tour itineraries designed around clients’ needs, interest and time offering you the opportunity to enjoy the diversity of wild game that Africa is endowed with.

Would you desire to undertake a Uganda Safari, primates tracking such as a mountain Gorilla trek, chimp tracking or bird watching, we are ready to offer you the best options at the best discounted prices. We will satisfactorily fulfill your holiday dream! Most of our safari itineraries are tailor-made to suit the interest and flexibility of our clients with regard to your budget and your suitable time to undertake a safari of your lifetime. Our experience in handling safaris for over a decade has endeared us to many of our tourists who have had chance to book a safari with us.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is referred to as “the Pearl of Uganda”. The park has a high concentration of wildlife that many visitors yearn for. The park is well known for “the Big Five” i.e. the elephants, buffaloes, hippos. The park is spread along the eastern shore of the Rift Valley’s Lake Edward covering 2500 square kilometres. The park’s northern section is particularly scenic with lion prides and herds of elephants and Cape buffalo, Africa’s most dangerous animal.

There are tremendous views of the Rwenzori peaks from its plains, which are decorated with giant candelabra euphoria trees. In the northeast section of the park is Kyambura Gorge, which has lion, leopard, African fin foot and black bee eaters.

In the Kikorondo area, plains give way to the dramatic cones of extinct volcanoes, some of which are filled with beautiful crater lakes. Some of the most spectacular game viewing takes place by boat on the Kazinga Channel, which connects Lake Edward with its smaller brother, Lake George. The channel is packed with thousands of hippos, buffalo, elephant and multitudes of fish-eating birds.

The southern Ishasha sector of the park, lying in the shadow of the Virunga Mountains of DR Congo, has huge grasslands that stretch out with grazing top, Kob and Cape buffalo. In the old fig trees you can see the rare tree-climbing lions. For more details about Uganda travel visit this website

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