Bucket List Travel: Take a 10-Day Gorilla And Wildlife Tour With Safari Uganda
It’s without a doubt that if there is one place that is on everyone’s travel bucket list, it would be Africa. The continent is vast in size and offers almost everything you can imagine in just one itinerary, too. From its picture-perfect beaches to the superb food and wine and the people and local cultures, there’s something for everyone in one of the most mesmerizing continents in the world.
A new hot spot on everyone’s list for 2019 is Uganda. The country is an idyllic destination for solo travelers, couples, newlyweds, and families. To put it bluntly, the country has something for everyone. It’s a landlocked country situated in East Africa with a diverse landscape that encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. And while everyone knows that Africa is rich in history too, there’s another reason why millions of tourists make the trek to Africa each year: for their one-of-a-kind sunset and safari experiences.
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While in Uganda, visitors can take part in a memorable 10-day Mukisa Safari trip. The company gives visitors a comprehensive tour of the vast and diverse regions of Uganda. From the natural scenery to diverse fauna and flora species, it’s no wonder the country is often referred to as the “Pearl of Africa.”
Travelers can definitely expect to be totally mesmerized while on their Safari trek. It’s without a doubt that they will enjoy game driving excursions and a boat cruise in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda’s largest and oldest national park, home to 76 species of mammals and 451 birds, as well as the iconic Murchison Falls.
Lake Mburo National Park, also best explored by land vehicle and water vessel, is a habitat for more than 60 species of mammals, including the Impala, which only lives in this park in Uganda. If that weren’t enough, visitors may see amazing big game hippo, elephants and buffalo in Queen Elizabeth National Park, along with warthog, waterbuck, Uganda kob, topis, and monkeys. Guests are invited to assist the site rangers in tracking and monitoring these endangered mammals.
The best part about taking a safari with Mukisa is that the tours are also designed to help you learn about Africa, its people, diverse and thriving culture as well as the remarkable stories and the history of the entire region. They really go above and beyond to take their guests to places that help you appreciate the beauty that lies within Africa.
Prices for the 10-day Gorilla & Wildlife itinerary in Uganda begin at $2,990 per person, double, and includes accommodation, chimp and gorilla trekking permits, game drives, boat cruise, park entrance fees, English-speaking guide, ground transport, and en-route lunches. International flights, insurance, visa fees, and tips are not included.
The best part about Mukisa Safari in Uganda is that you are well taken care of, from the beginning of the trip until the very end. Also, it’s been noted that statistics show that Kampala is one of the safest capitals in the continent, although it’s always advised that tourists and visitors use common sense and the same precautions they would while at home.