Things to See

African countries are so much associated with false beliefs related to the land of people with dark hearts, countries with hostile people particularly Uganda which is associated to Idi Amin Dada. Of which the small country bordered by Tanzania in the South, Kenya in the East, DR.Congo in the East, Sudan in the North and Rwanda in the South West, is greatly gifted by nature having lured Winston Churchill during his trip around the world to baptize it as “the pearl of Africa”

This was truly because of the different tourist attractions the country has in stock having the Source of the mighty River Nile, the longest river in the world, not forgetting the rare Mountain Gorillas which have promoted Gorilla Tracking in the Country of which Uganda has almost half of the population of about 1050 individuals only remaining in the whole world which are found in Mgahinga Gorilla national Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

The country harbors a total of over 1000 bird species giving rise to the most exciting activity of bird watching in most of the places of the country and the best spot for the birds being the Kazinga Channel that connects Lakes George and Edward located in Queen Elizabeth National park, this activity is supplemented with a wildlife safari with in the park that rewards with a great view of animals like the lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, warthogs, and a diversity of antelopes.

The country is also gifted by the mighty falls at Murchison Falls national park, which is regarded as the most beautiful park in the country, the people of Uganda deserve so much to see, so hospitable a factor that is evident in the fact that over 60 tribes exist in the country. Some one ever wondered about a mimic of Switzerland in Africa? South Western Uganda provides so much to be compared to Switzerland in Uganda.

Mountain Climbing is frequently done on the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon and Mountain Elgon. This is an activity that is slowly picking in the country.

Visit Uganda and never will you be disappointed with the country that is so much gifted by nature.

Uganda is a country with a number of amazing places to explore during your holiday. From natural attractions to cultural and man-made attractions, Uganda has a vast array of things to see as well as activities to engage in during your holiday. From the rare mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to man made attractions, there are unique things to see in Uganda.

Ecologically, Uganda is where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. Where else but in this impossibly lush country can one observe lions prowling the open plains in the morning and track chimpanzees through the rain forest undergrowth the same afternoon, then the next day navigate tropical channels teeming with hippo and crocodiles before setting off into the misty mountains to stare deep into the eyes of a mountain gorilla?


Certainly, Uganda is the only safari destination whose range of forest primates is as impressive as its selection of plains antelope.


And this verdant biodiversity is further attested to by Uganda ‘s status as by far the smallest of the four African countries whose bird checklist tops over 1,000 mark!


Uganda’s spectacular untouched marvelous natural landscape ranges from big lakes, big rivers, open savanna, big forests, rift valley floor, spectacular waterfalls like Sipi Falls, Bujagali Falls, Murchison Falls, Sezibwa Falls to big mountains.

Rwenzori Mountains

Uganda is truly breathtaking with the famous Rwenzori mountains also known as the “Mountains of the Moon”, Lake Victoria, the source of the Nile, and many national parks that are home to all the animals you can name that you have seen in a zoo (but in their natural habitat).