Festive season in Uganda and what to expect
The bells are already ringing, Christmas is approaching, and every vacationer is wondering where they will spend the holiday season. The good news is that you don’t need to look any farther because Festive destinations in Uganda discloses all of Uganda’s destinations! This East African country will provide you with a memorable experience by offering you a variety of fun-filled activities such as Endangered Mountain Gorilla tracking in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Wildlife adventure, Tree climbing Lion, game drives, bird watching, mountain climbing, boat trips, hiking, nature walks, white water rafting, and cultural tours, among many other absolutely incredible Uganda tour packages activities.
Wildlife Safaris and Game Drives
Uganda is proud of its ten separate National Parks, each of which provides habitat for various wild creatures. During our exciting game drives in these parks, you will have the opportunity to observe Africa’s Big Five, as well as a variety of other creatures. Elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions (don’t miss the tree climbing lions found in Queen Elizabeth National Park), several antelope species including the big eland, buffaloes, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs, and many other savanna species are regularly spotted on Uganda safaris. Our professional safari guides lead our wildlife drives, which are performed in four well-equipped safari vehicles.
Trekking with Mountain Gorillas
This is Uganda’s most popular safari activity, and the country welcomes millions of tourists each year who come just to trek the Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi and Mgahinga Forests. These gorillas are among the world’s most endangered species, with only roughly 800 mountain gorillas left in the wild.
The Nile’s Origin
The River Nile is the longest and largest river, and the good news is that its source is in Uganda (no wonder this country is referred to as the Pearl of Africa). A trip to Jinja will allow you to explore this source and participate in a variety of water adventure activities.
Tracking Great apes in Uganda
Chimpanzees are said to be man’s closet. Spend your vacation time in Uganda seeing these fascinating chimps, snapping photos and observing them go about their daily activities.
Trips for Bird Watching
With over 1050 bird species recorded across the country, Uganda is undoubtedly a birding Uganda paradise and the ideal destination for any birder to visit. During our exciting trips, you will have the possibility to see a variety of endemic species, as well as a few highly sought-after vertebrates such as the shoebill stork, various weaver species, falcons such as the Great Blue Turaco, short-tailed warblers, African green Broadbills, and standard winged Nightjars, among others.
A boat trips
Uganda provides guests with wonderful boat trips in many parks, including the Nile River. Uganda offers guests fascinating boat tours in its several parks, including on the River Nile to the bottom of Murchison Falls National Park and on the Kazinga Channel within Queen Elizabeth National Park. During these fascinating cruises, you will get up close and personal with a variety of water-loving species such as enormous Nile crocodiles, large banks of Hippos, water buffalo, various birds, and animals that frequent the banks to quench their thirst.
You will be able to enjoy our guided nature Walks thanks to the many forests distributed across the country, during which you can encounter various bird species, some African primates like colobus monkeys, colorful butterflies, small creatures such as squirrels, and a great deal more.
Uganda boasts a variety of towering mountains, notably the snowcapped Rwenzori in the southwestern portion of the country, as well as the less difficult Mountain Elgon in the east, which has the world’s largest caldera. So, if you’re looking to climb some mountains, this is the place to go.
Jumping from a Bungee
This is another thrilling adventure activity that will send a rush of excitement through your body. Jump off a high cliff under the supervision of skilled instructors and you’ll have a story to tell for the rest of your life!
Visit the Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
it’s a sanctuary created specifically for orphaned chimps as well as those rescued from poachers and smugglers. You will be able to spend more time with the chimps, take photographs, and even feed them here.
Pay a visit to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
This is in the Nakasongola district, near the Murchison Falls National Park. This is the only area in the country where you may witness southern white rhinos. This site was created to reintroduce this species, which had gone extinct in recent years due to heavy poaching. You will be able see hike rhinoceros, go bird viewing, and take guided nature walks here.
Go to Murchison Falls.
These waterfalls are part of the Murchison Fall National Park. The park was named for them. They are found along the Nile’s path and provide a dramatic and stunning perspective, thanks to Mother Nature. The huge volumes of the Nile River make their way down a tiny canyon of only 7 meters. Water rushes down a 43-meter cliff, creating a tremendous drop that culminates in scenic and calming water spray. It’s a stunning vista.
Village Walks, Cultural Tours
Festive destinations in Uganda is abundantly blessed with a wide range of tribal tribes here, each with its own set of cultural customs, norms, and language. During our cultural tours, you will have the opportunity to visit various cultural settlements and, depending on the time of year, see and participate in various cultural practices and ceremonies such as the Imablu ceremony, which includes vigorous drumming, dancing, and singing as the gishu boys are circumcised as a sign of initiation into adulthood. You will visit the locals and observe how they go about their daily lives, such as their traditional activities. Cooking with firewood, brewing beer from bananas and sorghum, and interacting with them personally.
Tours of the City
Enjoy our thrilling Kampala City Tours, which include visits to the Uganda Museum, the Bahai Temples, the huge Cathedrals, the Kasubi Tombs, the vegetable and fruit markets, the crafts markets, and the Mabira Forest, among other sites.
Tours by Bike – Festive destinations in Uganda
We plan thrilling bike tours. This is yet another fun way to discover the country’s stunning scenery.
Rafting on White Water
This is one of the most thrilling water activities available to guests in Uganda. For an exhilarating and rewarding experience, take on the level 5 rapids found in jinja along the Nile’s route. This is an activity is not only for professionals, but novices can also enjoy it because there are certain training sessions provided on the site.
Don’t miss out on our spectacular horseback riding safaris in Lake Mburo National Park and Jinja. Apart from the usual gaming drives in cars, these will provide you with an unforgettable experience. You will be riding on horseback with well-trained guides during the Festive destinations in Uganda.