Uganda – the pearl of Africa prides in various wildlife experiences but most notably gorilla trekking and other primate safaris. With the country’s vast greenery landscape, savannah plains, lush forests, wetlands; this makes it an absolute habitat for so many wildlife and bird species. The highlight is gorilla trekking which takes place in only two parks – Bwindi forest and Mgahinga gorilla national parks located in southern Uganda, part of the Virunga conservation area that extends to D.R. Congo and Rwanda.
Away from gorillas, Kibale forest is a “primate capital” with about 13 species of primates, notably the endangered chimpanzees which attract thousands of visitors from all over the globe. Other popular wildlife safari destinations are Murchison falls national park, Queen Elizabeth national park and Lake Mburo national park in western region as well as Kidepo national park in the north.