The flora and fauna make up Uganda’s wildlife each situated in varying habitats including mountains, hills, savanna , tropical rain forests, woodlands, lakes, rivers, swamps. Uganda is home to an incredible 350 mammal species, over 1060 bird species, 86 amphibian species, 142 reptile species, 501 fish species, 1242 butterfly species and up to 4500 plant species making the country one of the best destinations for a true Africa wildlife safari experience. The Pearl of Africa hosts 10 pristine national parks where most of the wildlife safaris in Uganda take place with the most popular ones being Bwindi national park (home to half the population of mountain gorillas in the world), Murchison falls park, Kibale forest (home to over 4900 chimpanzees + 13 other primates), Queen Elizabeth national park, Kidepo valley, Lake Mburo & Mountain Rwenzori.
A Uganda wildlife safari offers you the chance to encounter the mountain gorillas in the wild, do game drives through savanah parks, track down chimpanzee and other primates, explore the Nile on a raft, boat or canoe, encounter over 20 ethnic tribes, hike mountains among other fun-packed safari adventures. Expect sightings of iconic African species like the lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, numerous antelope species, Nile crocodiles, Hippos, warthogs plus different primate species on a game drive or guided trek.
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