Travel is the best excuse to enjoy the grand stunning views of the great big wide world out there with hundreds of amazing places to visit that nobody really ever hears about.
Off the beaten track travel lets you travel smarter as you visit places which are often underrated and totally off the beaten path.
Off the beaten track holidays can be great opportunities to learn about the world and its cultures and with plenty of destinations in Uganda which you can include on your Uganda Safari for ana unforgettable memorable experience. Perhaps you want to de-stress and get away from the hustle and bustle of work; taking the time to unplug by visiting a more remote location.
Uganda has plenty of destinations that will take you to places that are off the beaten track, some that are not even known by many travellers. African destinations that will bring you to remote safari locations with a ton of wildlife to observe on an adventure-fuelled holiday where you are right in the heart of a wilderness with endless activities to do.
The tapestry of landscapes, excellent wildlife viewing , Uganda packs a lot into one small country including Africa’s tallest mountain range- the Rwenzori mountains, the source of the Nile and the country’s most iconic experience is tracking mountain gorillas in their misty habitat..
Emerging from a dark history, Uganda’s tourism is returning and rendering it as one of the safest destinations in Africa.
When you traverse Uganda from north to south searching for big game Kidepo Valley National Park and Murchison Falls National Park alongside the majestic waterfalls and the endangered mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, the playful chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park.
Kidepo Valley National Park is, a remote and magical wilderness that many will never get the chance to visit, and the only place in Uganda to find wild dog, caracal and Rothschild giraffe and not forgetting the Kanangorok Hot Springs. The hot mineral-water that bubbles to the surface is claimed by locals to have healing properties, and it is well worth a wander off the beaten track and down the overgrown paths to reach them.
Ndali Kasenda Crater Lakes are perfectly circular crater lakes, enjoy hike around their fringes, taking in Uganda’s fabulous wildlife, with such peace and tranquillity, Nyero Rock Art that is said to be the work of an ancient people as far back as the Stone Age,the long-extinct tribe of the Batwa, Sipi Falls in the foothills of Mount Elgon and many others.
A superb holiday enhanced by the excellent guide and driver taking off the beaten track of the Pearl of Africa with its lush and beautiful rainforests tumbling down mountainsides, bursting with brightly coloured birds and echoing with the calls of Mountain Gorillas. The vast lakes are vast like small freshwater seas alongside the welcoming and friendly people.