Uganda, situated at the geographical heart of the African continent, is a cultural melting pot that accommodates over 30-plus different indigenous languages belonging to five distinct linguistic groups. It is now regarded as “the pearl of Africa” that offers the best of Africa covered – safaris and tracking gorilla, trekking up volcanoes and white-water rafting and many more.
With the vast size of territories, there are many national parks in Uganda that are worth visiting. The most popular two would be undoubtedly The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park which is a biodiverse, mountainous area in southwest and is home to many of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas. Murchison Falls National Park is famous for birdwatching with the backdrop with a stunning waterfall, plus diverse wildlife habitats such as forests & grassland. Its most ancient inhabitants are confined to the hilly southwest and still guarding the most prinstine forest habitats that draw millions of visitors to admire its nature beauty.
Set out to Uganda’s natural jungles to track the impressive chimpanzee, observing them swing, feed, play about or progress speedily around. The destination list is long but you could possibly pick from the Kibale Forest National Park, Budongo Forest, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee sanctuary and Kyambura Gorge. The best time to do it would be during the dry seasons, usually from mid-December to February and June to August. There are other famous big games in National Parks – spotted hyena, golden monkeys, leopards and lions and many more.