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10 Reasons Why you Should Visit Uganda

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Unsurprisingly the feedback of those who have had the privilege to visit this country seems to be consistent. There is something magical about Uganda that everyone should come and find out, it’s a fantastic vibe created by a mix of elements that if combined together Uganda can be that movie you dream of seeing in a 3D cinema that you can come and enjoy in person. Whether you go on a guided tour or a self drive safari in Uganda, you will definitely enjoy your holiday through the Pearl of Africa and you will travel back home with great memories and experiences. Below are some of the best reasons you should not miss out on this trip.

  1. People

People in Uganda are friendly, open and curious with a great sense of fun. They always happy to see whites (muzungu) moving in their districts and talking to them. They will keep waving and greeting offering their assistance even when it’s not needed because they have the perception that may be you do not know how to do it or you need help but fearing to ask.

When going somewhere new every person knows how the influence of local people can affect the entire trip learning new things and talking about how they do something’s which most of them would be total different some almost the same.

Ugandans are much more welcoming and friendly at all times.

  1. Nature

Even in the worst seasons of weather in Uganda it’s ever green, all the flora and fauna of Uganda is green, the lush and luxurious jungle which characterizes the rainforest is replaced by banana, tea and coffee plantations around the villages making the long drives exciting and varied. Mountains lakes plain lands different types of plant species, flowers that huber a number of birds and mammals, butterflies and small insects.

  1. Up to speed services

It’s becoming increasingly difficult to have t o have up to speed services in the travelling field much more to a country like Uganda that is in the third stages of development, the feeling of travelling to a remote area, bumpy and rough roads. Uganda is one of the success stories you get in travelling they have got enough and quality services from car booking, driver’s hotels food and all that you may need to relax on your trip to be adventurous.

4.Wildlife

Ecotourism in Uganda is unrivalled when it comes to the diversity of wildlife. The country is home to vast tropical forests, dramatic mountains, heart-stopping beauty, and breath-taking experiences. Ecotourism in Uganda contributed to the preservation of the natural environment of several National Parks, forests, Swamps, Mountains, lakes and rivers by making nature itself the asset of the tourism enterprise. Herds of water buffalo in Queen Elizabeth National Park, hippos and elephants playing in the water of the Kazinga Channel, colorful birds, lazy but tough crocodiles and elegant antelopes, zebras, leopard, snakes and chameleons together with the tree climbing lions of Ishasha

  1. Water

Uganda being a landlocked country without shores God saw it feting to provide it with plenty of water souses. Lakes in all forms_ crater lakes, manmade, depression and rift valley lakes, waterfalls, channels; the water element is prevalent in the Ugandan landscape which even features the source of the mighty Nile

  1. Conservation

Because we didn’t have some species and some migrate because of changes in weather the government of Uganda has embarked on conserving the environment and nature at its best in Oder to protect some of the most affected species. Gorillas are endangered creatures and the only way of helping them to survive is to get involved!

  1. Value for your money

Uganda needs support and apart from helping the conservation of its wildlife and ecosystems, it’s vital we help the local communities to improve their standard of life. All the money you spend in Uganda is valued equally its worth every penny you spend to come and enjoy this pearl of Africa. It has got much more than what the tabloid offer.

  1. Chimpanzees

Kibale National Park has the biggest population of chimps on earth and is the best place to observe them The chimp trek is a fantastic experience and is quite different from the gorilla trek as it involves being very vigilant and fast to understand where the chimps are and how to find them. Chimpanzee Habituation Experience, this is a lifetime experience that allows accompany Kibale’s researchers and habituation at chimpanzee during their daily activities, thereby getting used to human presence without changing their natural ways.

  1. Gorillas

Wildlife enthusiasts know that a gorilla encounter is the ultimate wildlife experience. Unlike the chimps, which can be more difficult to spot, you are pretty much guaranteed an encounter with the gorillas.because Ugandan gorillas are the most friendly and willing to interact with people at all extremes provided you do not provoke him.

A beautiful family of gorillas, moving slowly were having their breakfast right infront of you. Tearing out and chewing bamboo shoots, scratching their heads, climbing trees, sometimes moving away and sometimes staying