Uganda is the one of the places in the whole world where you can visit the mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. In most cases, gorillas are visited in places like zoos where they feel uncomfortable and sad. For nature lovers who like to see animals in the wild, here is an opportunity for you. The experienced park rangers will guide you on a trekking expedition that lasts 6 hours on average, and will make sure you get the best out of this experience. The gorilla population is shared by Uganda, Rwanda and Congo. But half of the over 800 individuals is found in Uganda, in both Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga National Park.
The beauty of this country is derived from its idyllic landscape. Gifted by nature is the right expression. Everywhere you will go, you will notice that this country is green, with hills and valleys, lakes and rivers bringing out the natural beauty that will arouse you to get out your camera to remain with a copy of it. Sir Winston Churchill didn't make an error in calling it the Pearl of Africa. When you go to Southwestern Uganda, you will notice that this country is indeed the 'Switzerland of Africa'. Such breathtaking landscape should be the other reason why you should visit this country. The hospitality of Ugandans is the icing on the cake.
This holiday experience is for those who would like to visit Gorillas and chimpanzees more than once. Apart from that, one will also visit Lake Bunyonyi with its 29 Islands and Lake Mburo national park known for Impalas, Zebras and Elands.
This is a round trip that captures 5 national parks of Uganda. It includes visiting Gorillas and Chimpanzees besides other wildlife.
You will not only visit the Mountain Gorillas but also lake Mburo national park and Lake Bunyonyi with its 29 Islands.
Visit the Murchison Falls national park with its big population of Giraffes and Uganda Cobs. Other wildlife are also present in this park.