Uganda is known to be the smallest yet the most biodiverse country in Africa. Although Uganda is a landlocked region there are plenty of lakes, river and streams that make the country a holiday destination. It’s the wilderness and the endemic species of flora and fauna that attracts a number of tourists to the east-central of Africa.
Lakes enclosed with the lush green mountains and valleys, nature point and the presence of diverse species offers the number of attraction and some thrilling activity you want to try in Uganda. The arable land houses the magnificent lakes as the smaller Lake George, Lake Victoria and Lake Kyoga, Lake Albert and Lake Edward is known as the major point attraction. With no coastal end, Uganda still holds the beauty of marine life and some dynamic aquatic species. There are some rare fish species that one can discover while hippos and crocs are the major habitats there. When it comes to experience wildlife, Uganda is best known for gorilla tracking and golden monkey tracking. You can find some of the vibrant and multihued species of birds in the region as Lake Bunyonyi and Lake Mburo as grey-crowned cranes, flycatchers and red-chested sunbirds. Don’t miss out the thrill of safari and rafting while you are on your Uganda tour.