Explore Uganda and have a fantastic time while traveling to several worthwhile destinations that will enable you to see a number of tourist attractions. You will learn during your safari in Uganda that the nation contains a variety of other attractions besides just the mountain gorillas, which can be seen. A number of wildlife species can be seen in a number of national parks in Uganda for an amazing experience that will make your safari quite memorable. The country also boasts of its beautiful climate, beautiful weather, and beautiful culture, which you will get to understand when you take part in cultural tours in the country.
Many tourists come to Uganda hoping to see various wildlife species, and they are never let down by the diversity of wildlife they can see when they travel around Uganda. A few of the unique attractions that can be seen in some of the national parks in Uganda include the mountain gorillas, where you can access the habituated gorilla families by taking part in gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. You can visit ten national parks in Uganda during your experience. If you're interested, you can also participate in the country's gorilla habituation program, which involves learning how gorillas become accustomed to human presence. You can also enjoy the usual gorilla trekking in Uganda.
Additionally, you can engage in game drives in Uganda’s largest national parks, Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, and Kidepo Valley National Park, which will give you the chance to spot four of the country's big five animals, including buffaloes, lions, leopards, and elephants. Travelers can also track rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
Travelers can as well engage in chimpanzee trekking in different destinations such as Kibale Forest National Park and Queen Elizabeth, where travelers can have a chance to view a variety of fascinating traits of the amusing primates in the wild for an unforgettable experience. You can also participate in the chimpanzee habituation program in Uganda's Kibale Forest National Park, which allows travelers to view the chimpanzees as they become accustomed to human presence and prepare for tracking.
Conclusively travelers can get a chance to spot many rewarding characteristics of primates in the wild such as the golden monkey trekking of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, where tourists see the critically endangered Albertine Rift-endemic primate species. Travelers should note that you can hike Mount Gahinga, Mount Muhabura, and Mount Sabyinyo, in the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda.