Uganda is often referred to as "The Pearl of Africa' due to the fact that the third-largest country located in East Africa is gifted by the natural world. Uganda safaris are synonymous with treks to the gorillas. Because mountain gorillas that live in the wild can only be located only in Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Out of the three states, Uganda boasts of nearly 50% of mountain gorillas living in wild. This is which is the main reason for the popularity of safaris with gorillas in Uganda. It's good to know that between 2009 and 2011, there was more than 30% growth in the number of great gorillas. There are many gorilla treks in Uganda and you can also use the Gorilla trekking travel guide for planning the Uganda gorilla trekking safari.
Uganda has a variety of national Parks which comprise Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park and the seldom visited Kidepo Valley National parks that are famous for their large game safaris.
These are the most ideal locations to view the Big Five, which is a group of four that include the Lions and the elephants as well as the inscrutable Leopard as well as the Buffalo. It is possible that you won't be able to spot the Rhino since they were removed from the reserves during the turbulent time. If you're looking for rhinos in Uganda then you'll need to visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
Uganda is home to over 13 species of primate, other than the mountain gorillas. These include the Chimpanzees as well as white Colobus Monkeys, Baboon among others. It is among the most populous primate populations not just in Africa but also in The world. It is also possible to track Chimpanzees on Ngamba Island of Lake Victoria.
If you are planning an Africa safari in Uganda be aware that you can do more to add spice to your Uganda safari experience, and don't only focus on an Uganda gorilla trekking. Take a trip and have fun in Uganda.