Uganda is popularly called to as the “the Pearl of Africa”, as was referred to by Sir Winston Churchill In 1909. It is home to: a large number of primates, including mountain gorillas and Chimpanzees; one of the rare animal species in the World; abundant and diverse biodiversity.

 It is home to the source of River Nile, the world’s longest river, which offers some of the best white-water rafting in the world. Uganda is also home to Lake Victoria – the world’s second largest freshwater lake. 

 And despite lying astride the equator, its high altitude has blesses it a mountain marvel at the equator – the snow capped Rwenzori mountains. 

 A visit to Uganda will give you an opportunity to visit some or all of the ten national parks and game reserves; and an opportunity to watch: over 100 bird species; diverse wildlife in its natural habitat; and crater lakes.

 Most importantly, the people of Uganda are some the most hospitable and friendly you will meet.

Visit the Uganda Tourism Board link below to explore more on what awaits you in Uganda.