Christmas Holidays 2014 in the African Wild of Uganda
Spend your Christmas Holidays in Uganda in 2014 – Plan now
December 2014 Holidays in Uganda – The Pearl of Africa
Uganda fills up with tourists from all over the world for the Holiday Season – Uganda with its perfect Holiday Weather, in the midst of the dry season is the perfect place to spend a week or two over the holidays with lots of things to do and see unlike your usual tropical holiday vacation spot.
Uganda has the weather – plus experiences unlike anywhere else. Mountain Gorilla, Chimpanzee or Golden Monkey tracking, there is an abundance of wildlife in its National Parks, the only true jungles in East Africa, Rainforests, Volcanoes and snow covered mountains to climb, Lakes such as Victoria, Bunyonyi, Mutanda, Rivers including the historic River Nile and its source and Hotels & Lodges that treat you like Royalty.
Holiday Season in Uganda is not something you can do at the last minute, the planning time is here and now. Already some places are filling up since Ugandans themselves look for a Holiday Break in the African Wild.
Lodging over the Holidays is at a premium, rooms are just not available if you try to book in November or December. Now is the perfect time to plan your holiday for the Holidays in Uganda in leisure.
Imagine Christmas Eve in a tented Luxury Camp on the Ishasha Plains, or on a private island in the middle of the River Nile with the waters raging around you, while you relax in comfort, the options are limitless but they will not remain so the closer we get to December.
One added Plus for the 2014 Christmas Holiday Season in Uganda is that many lodges have special Holiday Entertainment, lunches and dinners to help you make this Christmas even more special.
“The Kingdom of Uganda is a fairy tale. The scenery is different, the climate is different and most of all, the people are different from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa….what message I bring back….concentrate upon Uganda – The Pearl of Africa.” Winston Churchill (My African Journey – 1908)