Where to Go Primates Tracking in Uganda

Learn About African Primates and their types in Uganda, In search of Mountain Gorillas and Chimpanzees, Golden Monkeys, Baboons, Blue Monkey, Red-Tailed Monkeys, Vervet Monkeys, Patas Monkeys, De Brazza’s Monkeys, L, Hoest’s Monkeys, Grey Cheeked Mangabey Monkeys, Black and White Colobus Monkeys, Red Colobus Monkeys and nocturnal primates such as Bushbabies and Pottos in Uganda.… Continue reading Where to Go Primates Tracking in Uganda

5 Best Places To See Elephants In Uganda

When you think of African safari in Uganda, elephants are among the few most fascinating mammal species you should expect to see. While on safari in Uganda, expect to encounter both the forest and savanna elephants. The forest elephants feature straight tusk, hairier, smaller in size. However, today elephants have been continuously threatened by various… Continue reading 5 Best Places To See Elephants In Uganda

Ultimate Guide to Visiting Uganda’s Mgahinga National Park

It has been proved by researchers that Uganda is one of the most visited countries in Africa by tourists. A few years ago, the ‘pearl of Africa’ was voted as the number one destination in the world by Lonely Planet, a travel guide book publisher. Among the tourists that visit Uganda, over 60% come specifically… Continue reading Ultimate Guide to Visiting Uganda’s Mgahinga National Park

Wildlife Safari in Lake Mburo National Park

A good number of Wildlife herds roam throughout the savanna grassland of Lake Mburo national park to the extent that even passersby stop vehicles to view the beautiful creatures as they move freely in their homes in search of eats. Being a home to several herds of wildlife, Zebras, Buffaloes, oribi, Defassa waterbuck, impala, elands,… Continue reading Wildlife Safari in Lake Mburo National Park

Visit Bwindi National Park the Gorilla Paradise of Africa.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the southwest of Uganda in the Kisoro district. This park is well known for harboring the rare mountain gorillas with an estimate of over 350 primates believed to stay here. This means that Bwindi is the most populated national park in the world with mountain gorillas. With about… Continue reading Visit Bwindi National Park the Gorilla Paradise of Africa.