This two hour hike at Murchison falls National Park offers different perspectives of the most powerful waterfall along the world’s longest river, River Nile! It starts from its river bank and climaxes at a ridge that overlooks a seven meter wide cleft where the entire river squeezes itself.
This tour is full of wow moments. You will enjoy a thrilling open-vehicle game drive as you compare and contrast Ugandan crater Lakes that are ranked among the world’s 10 most beautiful. They are over 50 and spread across Districts and National Parks in Albertine rift valley, in Western Uganda.
During this village walk in a community adjacent to Kibale National Park, you will see how life unfolds in a typical Ugandan village. You will mix and mingle with locals as you discover their rich cultural heritage. Brace yourself for an overdose of fun as you witness and groove to traditional dances that date back to the 18th century.
According to a gorilla census jointly done by about 20 conservation organizations in May 2018, there are 1,004 gorillas left in the world. This includes both habituated individuals and wild ones, some of which are reserved for research purposes). Of these, 604 live in Africa’s oldest National Park, Virunga. The rest live in Bwindi National Park, Mgahinga National Park and Volcanoes National Park.
A visit to this underground forest of Queen Elizabeth N/P provides an exceptional encounter with man’s genetically close relatives, Chimpanzees. The family that lives here comprises of over 10 members belonging to different age brackets. This offers one an understanding of how chimps behave as they get through different phases in life, from infancy to teenage age and eventually adulthood.
Before wild chimps are opened to visits by tourists, its resident chimps undergo a two year habituation phase that makes them friendlier to tourists. During this guided adventure in a gorge at the heart of Semuliki National Park, you will experience what happens behind the scenes as rangers’acquaint these primates with human behavior.
Over 20,000 years ago, volcanic eruptions set Virunga region on fire, creating tranquil crater lakes that nature has continued to beautify. One such is Lake Mulehe, a scenic freshwater lake in Kisoro District, not so far with Uganda’s border with Rwanda.
If you want a fulfilling outdoor culinary encounter that blends modern dining with old ways in the middle of the bush, we can make that dream come true as you explore Murchison falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park or Lake Mburo National Park.
Budongo has an extensive trail system that stretches to a length of 115 km. It is well maintained and evenly spread throughout the forest. This eases accessibility of the different corners of the reserve where forest walks, chimp tracking and birding excel.
Formed 22–25 million years ago, Semuliki is a convergence of extensive miles of well conserved habitats. These include moist semi deciduous forests, aquatic arenas like ox-bow lakes, iron wood-dominant woodland, open savannahs, mountain parks and patches of swamp forest.