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Safari Packing List to Uganda

Safari Packing List to Uganda

Uganda the Pearl of Africa as it sometimes referred to and it was named by Sir Winston Churchill, it was name so due to very many unbelievable attractions that inhabit the country and many of which are untouched just waiting for you to explore. Uganda Gorilla Safari , like its neighbor Rwanda is a landlocked country, it has no seaport.

Uganda is an African country which deceits across the equator in Eastern Africa between longitudes 291/2 east and 350 east and between 41/2 south. Uganda Gorilla Safari , The country occupies an area of about 236,580sq.km and over 16% is covered by water. Uganda is a sovereign nation and it received its independence from the United Kingdom on October 9th 1962. Uganda neighbors Kenya to the East, DR. Congo to the West, Tanzania and Rwanda to the South and South Sudan to the North.

Uganda Safari Destinations

Uganda’s main safari destination/ national parks a must visit while on a Uganda tour include but not limited to Queen Elizabeth national park known as a home to a wide biodiversity of animal species its known as a famous park for housing the rare tree climbing lions suitable to watch when sited on tree figs or tree blanches. Uganda Gorilla Safari , Queen Elizabeth national park is known as one of the most visited Uganda parks, the park is located in the western part of Uganda just a drive of about 6-7 hours’ from the capital city Kampala. Other Uganda parks include Kibale forest national park a home to primate species including the chimpanzee, Bwindi and Mgahinga national parka a home to mountain gorillas, kidepo national, Murchison falls national park and Lake Mburo national park for game all these parks are known for housing different species of wildlife

Below is the safari parking list to Uganda

The following is only meant as a guideline as you may have your own preferences:
1. 2 –3 pairs of lightweight slacks/trousers – that can dry quickly (if wearing on treks)
2. 1 pair of shorts
3. 1-2 long-sleeved shirts
4. 3 short-sleeved t-shirts
5. A waterproof and windproof jacket like a Gortex
6. 1 sweater or sweatshirt
7. 1 skirt ( for women)
8. Swimsuit (and a plastic bag)
9. Strong waterproof walking boots – pants should be tucked into socks and boots while trekking (heavy soled rain boots also work well)
10. Pair of sports sandals like Tevas
11. Hat-wide brim or with a visor for sun protection
12. Sleepwear
13. Underwear
14. Lightweight wool socks
15. Gloves – gardening or similar (for gorilla trekking)

Miscellaneous

Sunscreen

Sunglasses with neck strap

Insect repellent with DEET

Small day pack

Flashlight

Binoculars

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