Wildlife Safaris and Tours
Wildlife Safaris and Tours. Wildlife Safaris in Uganda take you to the country’s protected areas that plays host to a plethora of Wildlife species
Protected areas include National Parks, Sanctuaries and Game reserves. Uganda’s top ten National Parks to go for Wildlife include Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, the two parks that hosts the endangered mountain gorillas, Uganda is famously known for being among the three countries world-wide to host these endangered apes and gorilla trekking is one of the leading adventurous Uganda safari activity one should not love to miss, followed by chimpanzee trekking in Kibale forest national park. the other parks to mention include Lake Mburo National Park, Semliki National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park these parks are famously known for their big number of wild animal species including the five mammals. Mountain Elgon National Park and Mountain Elgon National Park.
Sanctuaries in Uganda are only two including Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary which is popularly known for the Rhinoceros and its an en-route to Murchison falls national park. Ziwa rhino sanctuary is the only place in Uganda to trek the wild rhinos in their natural setting, the rest can be seen in the Uganda wildlife education center (zoo) which is located in Entebbe.
the other one is Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary which is popularly known for Chimpanzee primates. This place is found on Lake Victoria, where you will see rescued chimpanzees that have attained and received safety, care, and astonishing love on this attractive island.
Uganda is also recorded with different Game reserves which include Pian Upe Wildlife reserve, Karuma Wildlife reserve, Kalinzu Wildlife reserve, Budongo forest reserve, and more. All these parks and reserves offers unique attraction and many are still virgin just waiting for you to explore, and each park or reserve has a unique attraction and its why Uganda was named the ”pearl of Africa”