Uganda prides in a wide variety of tourist activities thanks to its diversity of wildlife, rich cultural heritage, and very hospitable people no wonder Winston Churchill back in 1908 called it the Pearl of Africa. There are so many things to do during your Safari in Uganda that will make you return over and over again for another visit. Thousands of tourists visit Uganda annually to see the engendered mountain gorillas which are an endangered species with less than 900 of them remaining in the world. These peaceful hairy giants can be visited during our Gorilla Trekking Safaris in Bwindi Forest National Park or Mgahinga National Park. Uganda has more than half of the gorilla population on the planet. It has been scientifically proven that chimpanzees are man’s living closest relative as they share 98% of their DNA with man. During our exciting Chimpanzee Tracking Safaris you will get a chance to come face to face with these chimps and observe their fascinating ways. These can be seen in Kibale National Park. River Nile is the longest river in the world. During you visit in Uganda you will have a chance to visit its source found in Jinja town. Within this town you will be able to visit the bujjagali waterfalls as well as enjoy various adventure activities such as bungee jumping. Uganda has a total of 10 different national parks which you can visit during our Uganda wildlife Safaris. You will be able to enjoy game viewing with sights of Africa’s Big Five animals, primate watching as well as bird viewing. Some of Uganda’s most popular national parks include: Queen Elizabeth national park, Murchison Falls, Kidepo, Bwindi, Kibale and Lake Mburo national Park.
Murchison Falls, a spectacular powerful waterfall is found along the course of River Nile inside the Murchison falls National Park, and it was after them that the park was named. You will see the water of the Nile forcefully make its way through a small 7 meter gorge before finally dropping down with a powerful thunderous roar over a height of 43 meters to form the White Nile.