The moment you step off the plane onto the Uganda land, an idea of something to do while in Uganda will fill your mind through your eyes, ears and the breeze that blows onto your face like cold water on a summer afternoon. From learning a new language, riding a boba boda motorbike, walking on the quiet beaches, visiting the crowded markets, teasing your palette with new dishes, watching the stars on a clear sky night, dancing to the tunes of the local sounds to hanging with the rare creatures, hiking the mountain forests, walking the Savannah and listening to ancient African tales, you’ll not fail to find what to do while in Uganda.
In 1907 Winston Churchill famously described Uganda as a “a pearl”. Indeed from space, the whole of East Africa resembles a collection of precious stones; shimmering blue sapphires scattered across a crumbled green-brown cloth. The beauty of Uganda’s countryside alone will leave you august and motionless, and that’s one of the things to do in Uganda.
“This whole region of national parks from Lake Albert to Lake Kivu – the Great Rift Valley with its lakes, game plains and precipitous escarpments, the glaciated Rwenzori and partially extinct Virunga volcanoes, the mountain forests above 3000m and the alpine highlands above 3800m – present some of the most dramatic and beautiful scenery in Africa. And with its great variety of organisms and conditions of existence is of extreme interest to land and water ecologists.”
~ Leonard Beadle. Ecologist on the 1930 Lake Edward expedition.
Not many travellers actually understand this, but you do. The neighboring Kenya and Tanzania safari giants are overflowing with crowds of travellers who’ve not discovered the pearl. You like your safari less crowded with maximum experience of Africa. Come enjoy your private safari in Uganda and go home with a collection of memories to tell your grandkids.
Things To Do While in Uganda on Safari
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