People often associate Uganda with British colonial legacies because it is what makes this eastern African country famous.
While it is no exaggeration to say that there are dozens of African countries which you can visit, Uganda offers you amazing sceneries as a tiny country located between Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania and Kenya.
East Africa’s Adventure Capital Jinja
For years, Jinja has been Africa’s most searched source of adventure around the Nile River. From bungee jump to different grades of water rafting, this region gives you an outlet to unleash your adrenaline with a 45 meters night time or full moon bungee jump over the White Nile.
To get yourself closer to the water, it is also possible to put yourself into the water for water rafting. You can either choose 3-grade or 5-grade water rafting for a group of people to participate. Alternatively, surfing, jet boating and kayaking are also possible down the Nile. There is nothing better than having an exciting adventure in the world’s longest river through Uganda Safari.
Uganda’s private Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Rhino is, without a doubt, a rare type of animal that is being threatened by human activities due to human developments. As a protected area that consists of one of the most densely populated rhino areas in the world, the sanctuary provides the most exotic viewings of the animals and plants in the conservation area.
While Rhino was facing extinction few years ago, this is no longer the case because the sanctuary offers a safe environment for Rhinos to flourish. If you are lucky enough, probably you can have a look of their mating process, too.
Murchison Falls Conservative Area
This conservative area comprises of a range of fantastic beasts including chimpanzees, leopards and lions. Known as Kabarega Falls, The Murchison Falls Conservative Area stretches from Lake Victoria to the northern end of Lake Albert.
With just 7 meters wide, the waterfall of Murchison Falls showcases how it forms a thunderous roar to elicit the wilderness of nature. Besides, the Albertine Rift Valley lies the Murchison National park which is recognised as the best national park in Uganda.
Uganda’s Lake National Park Mbarara
Once a hunting area in the 30s, Lake Mburo National Park is a place where more than 300 species of birds call home within the 50-kilometre long wetland ecosystem. It is another paradise for animal lovers who want to have a face-to-face encounter with beautiful creatures such as crocodiles, hippos, and over 60 species of unusual mammals.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Named after the British Queen Elizabeth’s visit to this East African county in the 50s, Queen Elizabeth National Park was bordered by George and Edward lakes. Along the 40-kilometre long Kazinga channel, there are more than 90 species of mammals and 600 species of birds living there.
Uganda is a heaven for animal lovers and extreme sports enthusiasts. This country of wilderness will definitely blow your mind with the exotic creatures and surreal sceneries.