Uganda Travel Articles

Uganda Travel Articles

Uganda is an East African country bordered by Kenya in the East, Tanzania and Rwanda in the south, South Sudan in the North and Democratic Republic of Congo to the west.

Over years the country has been very stable making it a top destination for safari, south of the country lies some of Africa’s finest tropical rainforest home to the endangered mountain gorillas, North West and North east lies some of the finest savannah parks home to incredible wildlife and birdlife.

Uganda is home to more than half the world’s population of endangered mountain gorillas that live in the dense forest cover south of the main capital Kampala. Trekking to observe them in their indigenous habitat, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest tops many bucket lists, Heading to the remote Kidepo Valley National Park and

Murchison Falls

national park to come face to face with “The Big Five” ¬– lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo – on safari. Jinja is East Africa’s adventure capital, and a renowned spot for white water rafting on the Nile.

For hundreds of years, Uganda has been a cultural melting pot with more than 50 distinct ethnic groups, speaking an array of indigenous languages. The country’s oldest inhabitants are Batwa and Bambuti people – descendants of ancient hunter-gatherer cultures. As a result, Ugandans have a diverse cultural life which permeates everything from food to festivals. Their national dish is matooke, steamed and mashed green banana served with groundnut sauce and beef.

Our East African travel specialist are always making travel very easy providing up to date travel information to our clients through writing travel articles that perfectly give you information about the destination making it easy to make decisions on when, where to go on safari in Uganda, with the diverse tourism attractions it can be difficult to make travel plans and our experts make it very easy for you.

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