Uganda is a sparkling crystal with beautiful scenery that will fascinate you with the different contrast of colours, cultures and tastes making it so charming set for unforgettable scene for holiday and adventure.
As soon as you step foot off the plane the country immediately gives a good impression with the well-maintained roads with immaculately clean verges. A huge array of greens, mixed with the terracotta red of the soil, is easy on the eye.
Kampala, the capital city of Uganda is set among seven hills, with a range of comfortable hotels, various eating places, lively nightlife and a fine public garden with the surrounding towns as tourist attractions tend to have a modest colonial centre, bustling markets and historical and cultural interest provided by burial grounds of the kings.
Uganda is mostly famous for its Mountain Gorillas though all its national parks provide a rich and unique habitat for a great number of wildlife species. From savannah in the east to rainforest in the west, few countries can match the sheer diversity of the landscape.
Kibale Forest National Park has East Africa’s highest concentration of primates, with 13 species, including chimpanzees; while Queen Elizabeth National Park has 95 mammal species including the elusive tree-climbing lions, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is home to half of the remaining mountain gorillas in the world, Murchison Falls National Park known for the thunderous Murchison falls.
Birdwatchers are in for a real treat with more than 1000 species to spot and tick off their bucket list. Exploring the island-studded Lake Bunyonyi by canoe offers the perfect opportunity to commune with nature and soak up Uganda’s glorious scenery.
In Uganda, you have the opportunity to experience unparalleled luxury, a level of refinement that is head and shoulders above that other tropical holiday destinations. Beyond the magnificent and idyllic wildlife is above all a peace haven.