Discover Uganda's bird watching paradise with our famous bird watching and Mountain Gorilla trekking safari in Uganda.
Come to discover Uganda's birding paradise! During this birding safari birding is done through visiting the IBA's, with a specialized birding guide. Look for top ticks like the Great shoebill stork, African green broadbill, Papyrus gonolek, Nkulengu rail, Puvel's illadopsis, Handsome francolin, Dusky crimsonwing, African finfoot, Standard winged night jar and short tailed warbler.
This Uganda Classic Luxury Primate tour combines exploration of Uganda from the deepest reaches of rainforests and savannah plains.
This amazing adventure takes around the rolling Hills of Rwanda to the relaxed Lake Kivu shared by Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Uganda – The True Birders’ Haven! Uganda - A birding paradise to many avian lovers. Boasting a massive bird list of more than 1073 recorded bird species making up 50% of Africa’s bird species and 11% of the world species among which 66 bird species are migratory and only 2 species are endemic to The Pearl of Africa but if you only take East Africa into consideration, there are 150 species to be found only in Uganda.
Wildlife safaris in Uganda!
Uganda is by far a land of contrast. With ten (10) game parks which are well-positioned and uniquely endowed by nature to offer you a memorable African - Uganda safari. Besides the National Parks, Uganda features savannah game reserves and sanctuaries that support a myriad of wildlife including the Pian Upe, katonga, Matheniko and Bokora, Tooro – Semliki, Kigezi wildlife reserve, ziwa rhino sanctuary, Kabwoya among others.
Boat Cruising in Uganda!
There is no doubt that about 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water bodies, and the oceans hold about 96.5 percent of all Earth’s water. Water also exists in the air as water vapor, in rivers and lakes, in icecaps and glaciers, in the ground as soil moisture and in aquifers. For the case of Uganda, water covers about 18 percent of Uganda’s total surface, including Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake and one of the major sources of the Nile, the world’s longest river.
Uganda – The Adventure capital of East Africa!
If you call Uganda the adventure capital of East Africa, everyone is bound to agree due to many extreme adventure activities that can be done in this country. Blessed with the source of River Nile in Jinja, many adventure seekers run to this new city to have a taste of what they call water sport activities. Among the many water spot activities can recommend are; white water rafting, tubing the Nile, Kayaking, boat cruise.
This amazing adventure takes around the rolling Hills of Rwanda to the relaxed Lake Kivu shared by Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo