Uganda is an ultimate destination for gorilla tracking as the only country in the world where you can take a traditional big five African safari and see the nearly extinct mountain gorillas in the wild. Maintaining intact village settings, there are numerous opportunities to experience the various cultures and local people in a way that is empowering and enlightening during your Uganda safaris. Our company is indigenous with years of experience in arranging various experience such as gorilla tracking in bwindi forest and parc des volcans in a way that is both safe and welcoming for visitors and travellers.
As a landlocked country located in east Africa on a plateau bearing at latitudes 4˚N and 2˚S with an average of 1,100 meters above sea level. The largest part of the country is part of the Nile Basin with swamps, rivers and lakes. Also referred to as the “Pearl of Africa”, the country is bordered on the east by Kenya, on the north by the Republic of South Sudan, the Democratic republic of Congo on the west, by Rwanda on the southwest and Tanzania on the south. The southern part is substantial a portion of Lake Victoria, which is also shared by Kenya and Tanzania. Taking the name from the kingdom of Buganda, which covers the largest part of the south of the country including the capital city of Kampala? Though generally equatorial, the climate is not uniform as the altitude modifies the climate. It is easily recognizable that the southern part is wetter receiving more rain and spread throughout the year. The northern shores of Lake Victoria, most rain falls from March to June and the November/December period. Further up north a dry season gradually envelopes yielding to drier seasons with November TO February being the much drier than the rest of the year.