Welcome to the Uganda Guide, the one-stop information portal for Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. This is the best resource for locals and visitors to Uganda. This is the most complete guide to attractions, things to do, where to stay and all the travel tips you need to know about travelling to or within Uganda.
Uganda is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa, with fantastic natural scenery, half of the world’s remaining mountain gorilla population as well as incredible wildlife. To an adventure seeker, Uganda offers world-class white water rafting, great sight seeing sites including the source of Nile and some of the region’s more peaceful national parks, where wildlife viewing doesn’t involve long waits in line behind a dozen or more vehicles.
Things to See
Uganda’s natural attractions are among the best in the region. Take your pick from the highest mountain range in Africa, the Rwenzori Mountains to the endangered mountain gorillas in South West Uganda.
Things to Do
There are lots of things to do in Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. From the popular gorilla treks in Bwindi and Mgahinga to white water rafting in Eastern Uganda, there are lots of adventure activities not to miss!
Where to Go
There are lots of interesting places to visit while on holiday in Uganda. These include national parks, game reserves, adventure parks, interesting town and cities, and more.
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Uganda Travel Guide
The ultimate travel guide to Uganda, the Pearl of Africa – Find information on where to go, things to do, transport, maps, top attractions, local museums, entertainments, restaurants and more.
- Lodges & Resorts
- National Parks
- Wildlife & Safaris
Where to Go
Uganda is home to so many iconic destinations that are worthy visiting so why not start with some of the favorites. Check out our destinations include guides to upcoming events, local attractions, nearby hotels and accommodation and even restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat.
is built on seven hills, the city center is on just one of them, Nakasero. The top half of the hill is a garden city of wide, quiet avenues lined with large houses behind imposing fences and a golf course.
With views of the Rwenzori’s and a pleasant temperate climate visitors to Fort Portal come not especially to visit the town but the surrounding district.
For the great wildlife safari in Murchison falls and Kidepo valley national park, Northern Uganda is the best side of the country for the best culture experience.
This is the longest river in Africa with Lake Victoria as its source. The river starts it 6,500km journey to the Mediterranean Sea (Egypt) beside Jinja town (Uganda)
Bwindi Forest is most famous for gorilla tracking, but there are also hiking trails where you can see a large variety of birds and primates.
Bunyonyi is essentially a flooded valley system , extending northwards from Rwanda border over a distance of 25 kms through the contours of the steep hills that separate Kabale from Kisoro.
Uganda National Parks
Uganda has a network of ten national parks and several game reserves protecting a diverse flora and fauna. These include savanna national parks, forest parks and montane forests. You can enjoy a rewarding safari through these parks – there are lots of things to do. From classic game viewing in savanna national parks to gorilla safaris through the famous Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Mgahinga National parks, a journey through Uganda’s parks is one of the best safaris in Africa. Read More
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