Churchill's Pearl of Africa
Like neighbors Rwanda and Congo, Uganda is the domain of the apes and especially the mountain gorillas. But beyond the primates, Uganda offers a smorgasbord of amazing wildlife viewing, dramatic landscapes and astonishing geography. From the imposing-sounding Bwindi Impenetrable National Park - home to the mountain gorillas to the majestic Murchison Falls. From the game rich Lake Mburo National Park to awe-inspiring eden that is the Queen Elizabeth National Park with some of the Africa's best game-viewing experiences. This is Uganda!
Gorilla and chimpanzee trekking and the Big 5, stunning waterfalls and natural landscapes, Uganda is a haven to achieve the quintessential African wildlife pursuit in one destination! Its low impact, high quality tourism philosophy also offers an almost exclusive experience away from the crowds.
WHEN TO GO?
Dec to February during the short dry season and June to September for the long dry season offers the most comfortable conditions for gorilla trekking and least malaria risk while game viewing in the savannah are best towards the end of the two dry seasons when wildlife are concentrated around the watering holes.