Uganda is one of the few places where mountain gorillas can be found in their natural habitat. More than half of all mountain gorillas on Earth are in Uganda and tracking them is one of the most popular tourist activities. Gorilla tracking in Uganda is done in the thick forests of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
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These white rhinos aren’t actually white, and neither are black rhinos actually black. The word ‘white’ is merely a mispronunciation by the early English settlers in South Africa of the Dutch word, ‘wyd’, meaning wide. This rhino was described as ‘wyd’ because its lips were wider in comparison to its smaller cousin, the black rhino.
Easily overlooked for the quiet charm of neighbouring Rwanda or the pull of big game in nearby Kenya, Uganda is arguably the most underrated destination in east Africa. Home to superb street food and fascinating ancient tribes, not to mention an array of wildlife that […]
Budongo Eco Lodge Budongo eco lodge, is a lodge situated at Budongo forest bordering Murchison falls national park in North Western Uganda, the lodge is positioned in an area to provide you with breath taking views of the canopy of Budongo forest. Budongo forest is […]