Uganda, where you are truly Welcomed and feel at Home
Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa – We look forward to greeting you when you arrive!
Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa. One of the phrases that you will hear over and over is the heartfelt Ugandan expression, “you are most welcome. “
Before, Gorillas, wildlife, and stunning scenery, the friendly and welcoming people visit the Pearl of Africa so special. Even Winston Churchill was taken aback by welcoming Ugandans. In his “My African Journey” book, he wrote, “the people are different from anything elsewhere to be seen in the whole range of Africa.”
Have you ever visited a most beautiful home and felt not at home? Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, is a place where you feel welcome, safe, and at home, where African hospitality is gracefully expressed, where you feel comfortable staying awhile on a Safari.
If the above was not enough, the added plus is that the Pearl of Africa is the best English-speaking country in all of Africa. The lingua franca of travel and tourism is English. Even those with limited knowledge of it will get along on a safari in the Pearl of Africa. The Ugandan version of English called UgLish will make you smile. Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa.
Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa on Safari
There is nothing like discovering Uganda with a local When you arrive in the Pearl of Africa. Your personal welcoming Ugandan Driver-Guide will meet you. Going on Safari with a local guide enhances your experience in Uganda. He or She knows Uganda. They know Ugandan culture, traditions, wildlife, primates, birds, parks, and off-the-beaten tourist path places that enrich your Safari experience. Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa.
The Pearl of Africa is one of the world’s most biodiverse countries. Most visitors welcome the year-round temperate holiday to the country. Uganda is like an endless tapestry that stretches Mount Elgon in the East to the Virunga Volcanoes in the southwest.
It stretches from the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains in the west to the northeast’s remote Karamoja region. You find Kidepo Valley National Park there, which is like a lost Eden, Africa used to be and still is today.
The Nile snakes its way through the country from its source at Lake Victoria Jinja, where you can get your fill of adrenaline-pumping white water activities.
See the River Nile pour down the Albertine Rift and create Murchison Falls, the world’s most powerful waterfall. It is here where you take a boat safari on the Nile in Murchison Falls National Park. Here you see an abundance of the immense Nile crocodiles, pods of hippos, herds of elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, and water birds such as the shoebill stork.
Take a balloon ride over Borassus Palm studded Murchison Falls Park. Here you can see vast herds of Rothschild Giraffes, antelopes, buffaloes, and occasional lions below you as the sun rises over the horizon. Nearby do something different like track Rhinos on foot in Ziwa Rhino sanctuary.
See the tree-climbing lions on the Ishashasha Plains of Queen Elizabeth sleeping the day away up in the fig trees. Hike down the Kyambura Gorge, a slash in the savannah, into a mysterious underground forest where you are welcome by screeching chimpanzees.
See the largest concentration of hippos, wildlife, birds on a boat cruise on the natural Kazinga Channel.
Visit East Africa’s best primate park, Kibale Forest, with sure sightings of lively Chimpanzees all around you. Take a unique nocturnal walk in the jungle and see the creatures of the night.
One cannot leave out the Gorilla Highlands Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga Gorilla Park. The venues for your once-in-a-lifetime encounter with the Mountain Gorillas.
Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa, where you can relax and chill out with a sundowner overlooking Lake Mutanda or Lake Bunyonyi. You can relax for a few days on one of the hidden, tropical Ssese Islands with its sandy beaches.
Stay in quality, welcoming, midrange, and luxury lodges that enhance your safari experience.
Yes, Welcome to Uganda – the Pearl of Africa, where a safari with gorilla tracking remains safe and affordable. See Africa, as you imagine, only better.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Pearl of Africa, our Uganda on a Hakuna Matata no-worries, Safari…contact us today.
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