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Wildlife Safaris in Uganda’s most popular National Parks is one of many passions. Visitors flock Uganda to see wild game. The theme of a safari toAfrica is to see the legendary “Big Five” including the elephant, the lion, the Giraffe, the Rhinoceros and the Buffalo among other wild species.
Uganda offers a number of national parks for purposes of catching a glimpse of Big Game.
Among the reasons why Uganda is rated among the best birding destinations in the entire world is primarily because of its richness in the different habitats. There is a variety of bird species corresponding to these habitats.
Bird watching itineraries will take you any part of the country. Queen Elizabeth National Park alone boasts of over 500 species of birds.
This activity takes place in Kibale Forest National Park, which has the greatest population of Chimpanzees in their natural habitat. Many of the chimps have been habituated to allow human access to them. Other areas for Chimpanzee Tracking include; the Kyambura gorge near Queen Elizabeth National PARK, and Budongo Forest in the Southern part of Murchison Falls National Park.
These chimpanzees are tracked in the wild, in their natural environment.
This activity began in the mid 1990’s it has however, gained tremendous popularity especially among the young travelers. The longest river in the world, the Nile starts its 6600 km journey to the Mediterranean at Jinja on the shores of Lake Victoria. There are a variety of rafting packages one can chose from:
The full day rafting trip with 5kms of white-water from Bujagali Falls with all the big grade 5 rapids is the most popular one!
Gorilla tracking is the most popular tourist activity in Uganda representing over 80% of Uganda’s Tourist arrivals. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, home of the gorillas has ten habituated Gorilla families and only 8 tourists booked per group per day.
Gorilla Tracking in Rwanda was hence forth described “In the heart of Central Africa, so high up that you shiver more than you sweat,” wrote the eminent primatologist Dian Fossey, “are great, old volcanoes towering up almost 15,000 feet, and nearly covered with rich, green rainforest
This is a unique activity in Uganda. Here you get an opportunity to experience wilderness and wildlife by exploring forests and Savannah grasslands conducted by trained guides. The walks take place in the national parks or wild game reserves or communities neighboring the parks.
Trails have been created and routes are made where there is danger of encountering predators.