A solo journey in Uganda, Africa's gem, located in East Africa, is a fantastic adventure. Private excursions in Uganda provide a lot of fun, a lot of sights, and a lot of freedom. It is customized to your specifications and delivered on schedule.
These tours are both cost-effective and comfortable. It can be done by a single person or a family, and it leads to fantastic destinations. Transportation, lodging and other services are all well-chosen and private.
Kampala is one of Uganda's greatest private safari destinations. You have the option of touring on foot, by boda, or by taxi. The Uganda National Museum, which houses some of the country's cultural and historical emblems, is one of the destinations to visit. Kisubi tomb is a site where former Buganda monarchs are buried. Uganda wildlife Education Centre, Entebbe Zoo and a boat ride on Lake Victoria, world's largest freshwater lake, with a stop at Mabamba Swamp, home to a plethora of birds, including the sought-after Shoebill stock.
This is once-in-a-lifetime experience in the world, done only in the African continent. The trekking exercise is done one foot, in the misty tropical forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in the southwestern part of Uganda. A maximum of eight people is permitted to encounter a gorilla family, with the trekking permits costing-700usd for non-Ugandans, 600usd for foreign residents, and 2500 for Ugandans.
This takes you to any or all of the 10 national parks and other wildlife safari destinations in the eastern, western, and northern safari circuits. The activities Inclusive in this adventure are; a guided nature walk; game drives, bird watching, primate trekking, and many more. Uganda is a nation gifted by a wide range of flora and fauna, with Africa's Big 5 cats notably; lions, rhinos, elephants, cape buffaloes and leopards.
Watching animals is done on a safari vehicle, with guidance of an expert ranger guide during the day or night hours for nocturnal creatures.
Uganda is home to 10%of total bird population in the world. These are found in the shorelines of the lakes, in the swamps, wetlands, and many more places. The expert birders on the ground will help in showing you the different unique species, explain more about them, and their names.
The notable birds include; turacos, ostrich, sunbirds, lovebirds, egrets, the rare shoebill stock, crested cranes, eagles, and many more. The best time to do bird watching is in the morning and evening hours.
With over 56 unique cultures in Uganda, a cultural trip is well deserved. You can visit the herdsmen in the northern part of Uganda- the Karamojong's and IK people, or the former forest occupants; the Batwa pygmies living outside the boundary of Mgahinga and Bwindi impenetrable National Park. Many more tribes entertain visitors with unique dance and songs, but not forgetting the village tour. The visitor is not limited, and one can spend from one to unlimited hours, laughing, singing, and interacting with the local natives of the place.
Any month and day of the year, a private tour to any of the country's attractions can be arranged. The dry season, on the other hand, is the best period for a private trip to Uganda for convenience and comfort. These occur from June to October and December to February, when there are no or few rains. The rainy season is good for individuals who want to do things like bird watching or indoor hobbies. Mud and sudden rains might disrupt outdoor activities, disrupting the rhythm of the activity.
Private safaris in Uganda provide lifelong memories. It's well-designed and reasonably priced. Visit Africa's jewel and enjoy the best of a private atmosphere.