Explore Uganda and Discover the Pearl of Africa
Explore Uganda-the Pearl of Africa on a Safari with Kabiza Wilderness Safaris this year.
Here is Why you should Explore Uganda-the Pearl of Africa. Uganda is unlike any other Safari Destination on the African Continent, and it is the Pearl of Africa, one of the most biodiverse countries in the World.
Explore Africa Condensed into a small Country. Its diverse and stunning landscapes take in Africa’s tallest mountain range, the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains of the moon, and the vastness of Africa’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Victoria, with its hidden tropical Ssese Islands. From Lake Victoria, the ancient River Nile begins its journey to the Mediterranean Sea.
Why should I Explore Uganda?
It is the only country in East Africa where you can see the Big-7. Lions, Elephants, Buffaloes, Leopards, Rhinos, plus what you do not have elsewhere Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees.
Explore Uganda-the Pearl of Africa on a Safari with us. It is Africa, as you imagined it, only better. Uganda, such as the remote Karamoja region, is “Africa as it used to be fifty-plus years ago. In Uganda, you can still find the Africa that Karen Blixen described, the Africa that Ernest Hemingway had us dream about, and all without the crowds.
Explore Uganda-the Pearl of Africa on a Safari
Explore Uganda’s World of the Primates – Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, Golden Monkeys, and More!
The Pearl of Africa is the premier Primate Destination in all of Africa. There are reasons why that is so, and it begins with the fact that Uganda has more Primates, Gorillas, Chimpanzees, and Golden Monkeys than any other East African Country.
Uganda is for those that want to Explore the World of Primates. You can spend more time with the Primates on a Primate Habituation Safari.
Half of the endangered Mountain Gorillas are found in Uganda. Tracking them in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park or Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is on most African Travelers’ Bucket List.
Uganda is home to over 5,000 Chimpanzees. There are five Chimpanzee Tracking Parks and Forest, and Kibale Forest, with over 1,500 Chimpanzees, stands out as the most popular Chimpanzee Tracking Location in Uganda.
The endangered Golden Monkeys inhabit the Bamboo Forests of the Virunga Volcano chain, found in Mgahinga Gorilla Park. A small park but home to the most Golden Monkeys in the region. Explore the vibrant World of the Golden Monkeys. It is a most exhilarating experience.
Explore Uganda – Home of Big-7: Lions – Leopards – Elephants – Rhinos – Buffaloes – Gorillas & Chimpanzees!
Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, are what draw Tourists to the country, but the Big-5 keeps them staying longer on their Safari in the Pearl of Africa.
Some of the featured wildlife attractions in Uganda are the “Tree-Climbing Lions” found in Ishasha in Queen Elizabeth Park. The Elephant herds in Queen Elizabeth National Park. A high concentration of Hippos along the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth Park.
The large herds of Zebras and the large Eland Antelopes are found in Lake Mburo National Park.
Many Rothschild (Nubian) Giraffe hats are found in Murchison Falls National Parks. The abundant wildlife, including endless herds of Buffaloes in the remote Kidepo Valley National Park.
One cannot leave the Rhinos that one can track on foot in the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. That is just the beginning of some spectacular wildlife that awaits tourists from afar in Uganda and East Africa.
Explore Photogenic Uganda with Stunning Scenery wherever you turn!
Explore Photogenic Uganda. The jaw-dropping scenery will astound you like no other Safari Country in East Africa.
A Safari in the Pearl of Africa is your gateway to the Country’s Scenic Wonders that stretch from border to border, north, south, east, and west.
Even the seasoned African Traveler Winston Churchill was astounded by what he found on his Safari through Uganda in 1907: “The Kingdom of Uganda is a fairy tale. The landscape is different… from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa.”
Uganda is a country jam-packed with breathtaking scenery and natural wonders that will amaze you. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest was named the most beautiful place by CNN-Travel. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park was named the third “Must-Photograph” place.
Those who have visited here are surprised by what they find. An evergreen landscape with scenery befitting any coffee table picture book. Scenes such as the gorilla highlands of southwest Uganda with its terraced hillsides are remarkable. The Virunga Volcanoes in the country’s southwest Mount Elgon will delight you. Taking a savanna game drive in the shadows of the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon cannot be replicated elsewhere. You have to see Uganda for yourself.
Explore adventurous Uganda!
Uganda is East Africa’s destination for those seeking Adrenaline Pumping Adventures. Africa’s best White-Water Adventures from wild to mild on the Nile. Bungee-Jumping, Ziplining above a forest or lake, dug-out canoeing, and more.
Hit the Trails and Climb the Peaks of Volcanoes and the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon, Africa’s tallest Mountain Range, which exceeds the European Alps in height.
Sail on Africa’s largest Lake, Lake Victoria. Fish for Africa’s largest freshwater fish, the Nile Perch, gives a fight more than any other freshwater fish.
Adventures abound in the Pearl of Africa. Choose your experience ranging from mild to adrenaline-rushing wild.
No other East African Country offers the multitude of Adventures that Uganda does!
Explore Uganda’s Culture and Traditions
Uganda is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the World. On a safari, you have opportunities for genuine cultural encounters.
Uganda is more than great apes, fantastic wildlife, and scenery. Uganda is its people with their rich and various cultures. It would be a shame if you visited Uganda’s Gorillas, Chimpanzees, and Wildlife parks but did not spend time with its people. You will miss some enriching times in the Pearl of Africa.
This Year Explore Uganda-the Pearl of Africa with Kabiza Wilderness Safaris!
Uganda is unlike what many think it is like. To begin with, it is one of the friendliest African countries.
There is a genuine welcoming attitude that is not found elsewhere. People enjoy meeting people from other cultures. Always have some pictures of your family, home, and country to share with those you meet.
The concept of African Hospitality is deeply ingrained in Ugandan Culture. A culture that not only welcomes guests but takes responsibility for their well-being while here.
It is time to Explore Uganda – The Pearl of Africa with Kabiza Wilderness Safaris on a Hakuna Matata Worry-Free Safari…