Explore Uganda 2022 for unique safari packages that have been designed for the post-COVID pandemic to suit traveler interest with enough sites to explore and also relax. Uganda safari packages for the year 2022 are mostly customized to suit the budget of the many travelers who have suffered the effects of the pandemic in the past year. Explore Uganda 2022 and discover the different attractions and activities that are uniquely our and make the country an amazing destination. Here are some of the activities to undertake on a safari to Uganda in 2022;
Uganda gorilla trekking safaris are done in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Southwestern Uganda. Gorilla tracking safaris in Uganda started way back in 1993 when gorilla trekking was opened to tourists after a gorilla habituation process. A gorilla trekking permit in Uganda costs USD 600 for each permit sold to only individuals above the age of 15.
One of the most interesting primates to trek while on primate tracking safaris in Uganda are the Chimpanzees. Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda is almost the second popular tracking activity after gorilla trekking. Uganda has a high population of chimpanzees with close to 5000 of them in the county most of them in their natural habitats.
Uganda is home to a diversity of wildlife ranging from the “Big five” something that has made wildlife safaris in Uganda a top choice for tourists that tour Uganda.
Uganda is home to about 345 mammal species found in the 10 national parks, wildlife reserves, and sanctuaries. These mammal species comprise of East African and West African species found in forests and especially savannah plains. The top wildlife viewing parks in Uganda include Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Birding Uganda should be a top option for all passionate birders since the country has more than 1,080 confirmed bird species within its boundaries. This is almost half of the bird species in Africa reason for Uganda birding safaris are at the top choice on any birders on Africa bird watching tours.
Uganda is home to forest, woodland, water, and savannah bird species. The top bird-watching spots include Mabamba wetland, Bwindi forest, Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Semuliki National Park, and Moaning National Park.
White water rafting is an activity for adventure seekers, adrenaline pumping and amazing. In case you want to have an adventure tour in Uganda, never forget to include a white water rafting experience on your trip. White water rafting is done on the Nile River in Jinja. The Nile River is known as the world’s longest river and therefore an amazing spot to raft on the Nile waves.
Hiking tours offer a chance to see Africa up close on foot and have a real feel of off-the-beaten trails experience rather than viewing the scenery from afar.
There are several types of culture in Uganda and cultural differences offer diverse Uganda cultural tours experiences. Uganda is comprised of a variety of ethnic groups with over 50 different cultures. These have different traditions, beliefs, norms, and more. With the tribes in Uganda, the Bantu tribe has the highest population found in central, eastern, and southern regions, the Nilotic are mainly in the northern and northeastern regions.
On Uganda safaris, any culture can be visited but in most cases, the marginalized groups are the most visited. The most visited cultures include Buganda where different traditional sites are visited including the Kasubi tombs, Ssezibwa falls, the palace, and many more.
A visit to the Batwa community surrounding Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is yet another experience a traveler wouldn’t want to miss. The Batwa are a small group of pygmies who lived in harmony with mountain gorillas in the Bwindi forest for several years before they were pushed to live outside the forest in the bid of conservation. From showcasing their culture, housing, food, ways of life, art, and crafts to demonstrating how the fire was made in medieval ages to tea growing, the Batwa are such a unique group of people. On a Batwa cultural tour, don’t miss the entertainment from dancing and singing while at the campfire nearby Bwindi forest.
Sipi Falls is a series of three waterfalls located in Uganda’s eastern district of Kapchorwa at the edge of Mount Elgon National Park. Of the three waterfalls at Sipi, the longest drop is 100m. The falls are formed by the Sipi River as it cascades downhill from the upper slopes of Mount Elgon into the Kyoga Basin. With a cooler climate, this is a very nice place to unwind, relax and literally chill out away from the very busy towns and cities.
The Sipi waterfalls are formed from the Sipi River which is named after “sep” a plant indigenous to the banks of the River. Sep resembles a wild banana plant and is a medicinal plant with a translucent green frond and a bolt of crimson rib used for treating measles and fever.
Abseiling along the side of the main 100m Sipi waterfalls as well as climbing on 14 bolted sport routes with a range of difficulty is such an adventure for intrepid travelers.
Explore Uganda 2022 and customize these and many more activities for a trip that will be memorable like no other. Family trips or solo trips will all serve your interests perfectly.
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