Uganda is a landlocked country located in East Africa. Voted ‘A must see place’, Uganda is also known as the “Pearl of Africa” because of its diverse natural endowments and beauty. Uganda has a rich cultural diversity and boasts of over 56 tribes and languages.
World’s Premier Primate Country, Uganda has the largest mountain gorilla population in the world 54% (over 400 of them). Less than 700 gorillas survive in the world today. There are over 5,000 chimpanzees found in Uganda(Kibale forest alone holds a population of more than 1,000 chimpanzees). Home to the world’s largest number of monkeys, baboons, apes, rare colobus, nocturnal Bush babies and Pottos found in pristine eco environments.
Adventure destination with its scenic landscapes and mountains, you can enjoy pristine marine attractions with four of East Africa’s great lakes.

Why travel to Uganda?

The country is fortunate to harbor Lake Victoria, the second largest lake in the world forming the source of the Nile, the second largest river in the world. Uganda experiences a temperate climate even though the majority of the country is within the Tropics with temperatures between 16 – 26’C for the majority of the year (April – November). However, during the warmer months (December – March) temperatures reach in excess of 30’C.
Its pleasant climate all year round allows the travellers to discover the wildness and the infinite spaces in an authentic country. The diversity of Uganda is its main asset, especially for its accessibility to all and all the time.

Commitment to sustainable tourism


Sustainable tourism helps in protecting and conserving the environment which helps in maintaining the natural habitants of the animals and also the plant species which are enjoyed by the tourists who come for Uganda safaris especially those interested in nature and wildlife.Because of the steps Uganda takes to ensure the sustainability of its tourism, the traveller’s visit will not only be comfortable and exciting but it will also contribute to supporting social and environmental causes in Uganda.

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