5 Best things to do in Uganda.
Hey there, hope you are doing quite well from wherever you are reading from. Well, down here in Uganda, we are doing well too. Okay lets say you had plans of visiting Uganda and you considered the best safari tour company in Uganda. Would still be really cool if you had a to do list as you get your fun going.
Here is a list of Top 5 things to do while on your trip to Uganda.
1. Visit Murchison Falls.
Located in the southwestern part of Uganda, here you’ll see waters bursting through a narrow gorge before crushing in roaring powerful cascades. While you are visiting this breathtaking sight, you may also want to explore the surrounding protected area that makes up Murchison Falls Conservative Area to spot some of Africa’s icons such as Lions, leopards’, cheetahs, elephants, and many more.
2. Trek Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the top places to visit in Uganda. Moreover, it is home to some of the world’s last mountain gorillas. There are many gorilla trekking companies you can join here to suit your level of skill or preference that will allow you to experience the sheer beauty of this place and to see mountain gorillas up close in their natural habitat.
3. The Equator.
Many people always feel interested in going to where the Equator crosses with Uganda. Its always a memorable piece of exciting experience. This visit offers you the unique opportunity to stand on the equator and be in two hemispheres at once. Uganda is one of the few countries in the world where the equator crosses through it.
4. Kampala city tour.
I know you don’t want to miss checking out the country’s capital city, Kampala.
Here you can tour beautiful temples, cathedrals, art galleries and museums that include the popular Uganda National Museum. You can also browse various markets for clothing, foods, and crafts.
Kampala also offers a good range of restaurants and bars. This will also give you a good taste of the Kampala night life.
5. Source of the river Nile in Jinja.
This beautiful old town is regarded as East Africa’s adrenaline capital, so not only can you view where the world’s longest and most historic river begins, but you can also get your blood pumping with activities like whitewater rafting, mountain-biking, quad-biking, and kayaking.