Why Uganda is a Global Model of Wildlife Conservation

Being one of the most favorite safari destinations in the world Uganda is still a great eco-tourism place in Africa for those seeking for sustainable tourism and a global model of wildlife conservation. It’s a normal scenario for wildlife to roam freely in the wilderness but taking a close look at their characters and way of life make you enjoy feeding eyes on the beauties that nature holds. Not just like others Uganda has a combination of wildlife and primates including rare endangered species-mountain gorillas, chimpanzees and the big five. A trip to Uganda is an experience of what Africa has to offer from ancient traditions, wildlife, beach, landscape, primates and the excellent warm weather that attract thousands all year. Here are the reasons why your safari to Uganda will beyond perfect.

Highest Mountain Gorilla Population

The trek into the untamed forested jungle environment gazing at several primates, birds and wildlife with a magnificent scene of habituated family of mountain gorillas makes you tremble and again smile being close to wild beautiful creatures as they play and enjoy their natural home on an activity which is commonly referred to as gorilla trekking. The lovely mix of the jungle habitats and primates unveil the effort of wildlife conservation making Uganda a role model of wildlife conservation. Before heading out for the gorilla treks in Uganda ensure that you wear comfortable walking shoes, long sleeved clothes, gloves, a good camera, enough drinking water, packed lunch is a must since no one can determine how long it takes for one to see the mountain gorillas the prime tourist attraction in Uganda.

Mixed Primate Experiences

Uganda is one of the world’s magnificent primate destinations! Its parks, reserves and natural forests are home to some of the highest and most diverse population of primates especially the chimpanzees, golden monkeys, mountain gorillas, black and white colobus monkeys, bush babies, baboons among others. Exploring the vast natural forests in the mornings and afternoons, your dream of meeting incredible primates unfolds before your eyes. Known primate safari parks include Bwindi forest national Park, Mgahinga National Park, Kibale forest National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison falls etc. Ask your tour consultant to advise you on where to find your favorite species depending on your trip duration.

Great Bird Watching spot

Uganda’s well conserved wetlands, lakes, forests and vital ecosystems support some of the most beautiful bird species on earth and Bird watching safaris make Uganda another fantastic safari destination in the world. Don’t miss to visit Mabamba wet land, Murchison falls and Entebbe wildlife Education Centre to see the shoebill stock as well as other bird species in various areas like Bigodi wet lands, Kazinga channel, and Kibale forest among others.

Amazing natural adventure

If you love ecotourism rewarding adventures, Uganda is a melting pot with an endless array of activities and destinations that promise real fun. It is the world center for wildlife safaris and active adventure holidays. Enjoy wildlife safaris, mountaineering, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, cycling, nature walks, bird watching, horseback riding, hot air ballooning, fishing, cultural traditions, and many more. If you an adventure seeker a trip to Uganda is all you need.

 Natural wonder of the world

Gorilla Trekking in Mgahinga and Bwindi forest National Park is one of the natural wonders of the world though Uganda has many places of world interest worth visiting including various cultural sites and conservation natural areas. Find it all in Uganda if your interest is to check out world heritage sites.

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