Uganda Wildlife Safaris | Wildlife Safaris in Uganda | Uganda Game Safaris
Contrasting to other East Africa destinations, such as Kenya or Tanzania, Uganda wildlife Safaris take you to the several of Uganda National Parks found in the country and it is famed for being the home to some of the last remaining 820 mountain gorillas, Uganda is this and so much more, now prime for an East African wildlife safari . Among the top destinations for game viewing include the Queen Elizabeth National park and Murchison Falls National Park as well as the Safaris to see gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park to watch the fun loving gorillas.
With Uganda Wildlife Safaris you have potential to view animals including lions relaxing and elephants ambling and giant forest hog snuffing. Any Uganda Wildlife Safaris visitor to Queen Elizabeth National Park cannot fail to be amazed by the enormous diversity in each kingdom of creation. It is simply a visual feast. Take a boat trip, a game drive, a woodland walk or simply enjoy any of the myriad stunning views.
The Murchison Falls National Park Uganda Wildlife Safaris, with its variety of vegetation ranging from riparian forests and swamp lands to broad Savannah, provides the opportunity of seeing many of the animals found in Uganda. A launch boat trip upstream to the falls is one of the great experiences in Africa. Elephant, hartebeest, giraffe, buffalo, crocodiles and countless antelope and birds (including the rare Shoe bill stork) can be admired at the water’s edge as the launch glides along.
Kibale Forest is another of Uganda Wildlife Safaris favorite place playing home to a huge diversity of primates but most attraction here is the cheeky chimpanzees
Uganda wildlife safaris are unique in that it combines the green, lush forests with wild savannah, and you can always experience some of the best conventional game viewing safaris. Watch out for leopard, giraffe, elephant and hippo or search for the tree-climbing lions of Ishasha.
If you are a keen birder, there are few places that can beat Uganda’ with its over 400 bird species long list.