Uganda our beautiful motherland and reasons for visiting Uganda are stated for you below. If You have not come to Uganda yet, then you are missing out on the Pearl of Africa beauty.
Things in Uganda are very affordable and especially when it comes to food and luxury holidays, one can spend money on shopping and other treats.
Uganda is full of scenic wonders which are breathtaking and legendary. From our mountains, our hills, rivers and lakes forests, islands and plains, historical sites will feast your eye and lift your spirit.
The pearl of Africa is a natural beauty, with an abundance of gifts bestowed to her: the snow capped Rwenzori mountains, named one of the best hikes in the world by the National Geographic; Mountain Elgon, with the largest volcanic caldera in the world; and Africa’s largest lake, Lake Victoria; the mighty River Nile, the second-longest river in the world, whose largest source is in Lake Victoria.
Uganda has lots of good places for accommodation, you can always find it easy to get around, find a place to have a good time, stay, not forgetting a great meal then connect.
Truth to be told Uganda has lots with over 50 adventures and counting, there is something for everyone from mountain walks to wild game rides! When it comes to the rivers and lakes also the falls you will be speechless.
Vibrant Night Life
All lights are up at night in Uganda with vibrant night life second to none. This boasts a huge variety of venues ranging from trendy clubs to pubs and bars full of atmosphere and everything in between. Ugandans enjoy life to the fullest and they have fun like there is no tomorrow.
Ugandans’ smiles are as warm as their sun and it’s been said over and over again that Ugandans are the friendliest people in the region. They will go out of their way to make you feel at home and go out of their way to teach you their culture if you want to learn.
Find out how friendly our people are whilst you try your tongue at a myriad of over 12 local languages!
Go almost anywhere in Uganda and experience the ultimate combo of nature, wildlife, culture, adventure, heritage and vibe – you’re spoilt for choice, so pack it in!
Uganda is made up of a number of ethnic groups from the central and south, east, west, and north, each with its own language, distinctive customs and norms. There are over 50 languages are spoken in Uganda. It’s this cultural diversity that offers curious travelers an authentic and enjoyable experience.
The stunning lushness of Uganda’s national parks combined with spectacular landscapes, provides the setting for some of the Africa’s most memorable visitor experiences.
Mountain Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park offers the best viewing opportunity in the world for these rare primates, and is the highlight of any trip to Uganda.
Unforgettable encounters with chimpanzees during walks in the tranquil forests in around Murchison falls. Queen Elizabeth and Kibale National Parks are part of the reasons why visitor numbers to Uganda’s protected areas are once again on the rise.
Kidepo’s breathtaking sceneries with huge buffalo herds and its unique, beautiful and virgin angulated hills offer a wonderful experience while Rwenzori’s with their chain of canopy of striking glacier offers a mystical challenge littered with majestic sceneries across the entire mountain spectrum.
Contributing to social and conservation projects, buying recycle art and staying green through travelling and exploring Uganda is what we call responsible tourism.
Travel to the beautiful Pearl of Africa and your life will be filled with unforgettable beautiful memories full of adventure.