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Uganda safaris,A piece of Uganda safaris

Uganda is a terminus ready with exploration right straight from the stimulating Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park –spotting of Golden Monkeys while hopping from branch to branch ,spotting of the spectacular torrents both  Murchison Falls or Sipi Falls, Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale National Park, Bird watching the endemic species,etc.The tour company ,Monumental Expeditions Safaris is a fine way to experience a diversity of tours in Uganda. The following are some of ‘A piece of Uganda Safaris.

A Gorilla Tracking Safari in Bwindi Forest National Park

Most tourists/trekkers come to have an opportunity to spot these gentle giants/endangered species (mountain Gorillas) in their natural habitats, have a chance and view around half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas. This park (Bwindi) is found in the south-western Uganda on the upper hand of the Rift Valley, it is a 25,000+ year old rain-forest which contains over 400 known species of flora, around a total of 400 gorillas that are known to wander in the forest, not only that but you are most likely to also come across some of the other  mammals in totals of approximately 120 at Bwindi Forest National Park like baboons, chimpanzees, elephants, antelopes,etc.Remember to embark on this safari ,a Gorilla permit at a cost of $600 is quiet a paramount requirement thus enabling you spend time with these gentle giants(1 hr) once found.

Murchison Falls National Park

A wonderful and stunning safari to this spectacular Murchison falls National park where you will engage in activities like the game drives, boat cruise on the Nile river. Don’t forget this is Uganda’s oldest protection area since the year 1926 and sheltering over 76 mammal species like Buffaloes, Giraffes, to mention but a few plus the Nile crocodiles, with a total of about 451 bird species inclusive. This park lies in an intersection by the Victoria Nile and almost at the Northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley. The impressive torrent of water stretches 148 feet tall and then drifts quietly across the rift valley surface into Lake Albert.

A safari to the Sipi Falls

Sipi falls is a lovely place/destination that structures 3 distinctive waterfalls, being found in the Eastern parts of Uganda exactly on the border of Kenya and positioned at the edge of mount Elgon National Park. Sipi Falls is actually named after the red “Sep” flower that grows on/along the river banks and this place is a famous spot for hikers on their way to climbing Mount Elgon. These 3 dissimilar falls are consecutively 328 feet, 278 feet and 246 feet tall.

Kibale Forest National Park (Chimpanzee tracking Safari)

In this forest is one destination where to search and find our closest known relatives-the chimpanzees, they are being well represented in this place (Kibale Forest National Park). The range of primates residing in Kibale National Park is the uppermost in Africa. There is a high total of about 1450 chimpanzees in this forest park demonstrating Uganda’s biggest population of this endangered species. Not only that but still you can be able to view other mammals in there like the rare I’Hoest’s monkey, endangered red colobus monkey, bush baby, potto, etc. Kibale National Park shelters about 325 bird species and you may mis- step on the subtle mammals like buffalo, leopard, bush pig elephant & duiker.

A tour to Lake Mburo National Park

This is the smallest National Park in Uganda with ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks which age back over 500 million years and of which with the existence of other 13 lakes, Lake Mburo is also part of a wetland system allied by a swamp. You venturing in this place will produce plenteous bird-watching chances. Here reside mammals like the large game like zebra, impala, eland, buffalo, Defassa waterbuck, leopard, hippos, hyena, topi, reed-buck and not forgetting a total of about 350 altered bird species. Game drives and boat cruise are among the activities one is engaged in, in this National Park.

 A Safari to Mgahinga National Park

This park is a slice of the larger Virunga protection area that stretches over the 3 countries, the Park shelters the endangered Silverback mountain gorillas, contains 9 defunct and lively volcanoes that you trek through to reach the mountain gorillas. In this Park, you can also engage yourself in tracking of the Golden monkeys which you can sight through their bright orange-gold body, cheeks and tail, conflicting with its black limbs.

Queen Elizabeth National Park (watch tree climbing lions)

Amazing enough is that there are 2 populations sighted in the world where you can find tree climbing lions. Evidently one is Queen Elizabeth National Park (at Ishasha sector) in Uganda and lake Maynara in Tanzania. It’s so exciting when spotting these lions climbing trees and can be to your satisification if you embark on a 5 Day primate safari. Chimpanzees also who wander in troops of 30-80 are tracked, view hippos, buffaloes, elephants, zebras, and the Uganda-kob plus others.These are the few safaris among the many Uganda safaris which could represent a piece of Uganda Safaris.