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Bungee jumping

While most inhabitants recall the days when Jinja was the most industrialized town in Uganda, another industry has thrived: tourism. Jinja town was created in a strategic site between Lake Victoria and the Nile’s source, but the closure of industries made the town quieter. International and local visitors who have come from gorilla trekking, a long safari in Uganda’s national parks, or a visit to the more loud capital Kampala find the town highly appealing for relaxation and Nile exploration. The Nile is undoubtedly Uganda’s most beautiful river.

The part of the river that flows through Jinja features some spectacular rapids and wooded islands that are still pristine and serve as sanctuaries for monkeys and over 150 bird species. The river provides several chances for recreation from its headwaters to its departure for other areas of Uganda and, finally, South Sudan. Sport fishing, whitewater rafting, golfing, quad riding, and canoeing are among the sports available along the Nile at Jinja. Bungee jumping is only one of the new adrenaline-pumping activities in Jinja.

This is an uncommon practice that is only performed in a few African nations, including South Africa (Bloukrans Bridge), Kenya (Rapids Camp), and Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls). The feeling of leaping in the world’s longest river, on the other hand, cannot be paralleled to anywhere else on the planet. Bungee Jumping is only permitted in Jinja, Uganda. It is one of the most popular tourist sites in Uganda, and you can learn more about it on our 1-day Jinja city excursion.

This is an uncommon practice that is only performed in a few African nations, including South Africa (Bloukrans Bridge), Kenya (Rapids Camp), and Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls). The feeling of leaping in the world’s longest river, on the other hand, cannot be paralleled to anywhere else on the planet. Bungee Jumping is only permitted in Jinja, Uganda. It is one of the most popular tourist sites in Uganda, and you can learn more about it on our 1-day Jinja city excursion. What make Bungee jumping special?

 Dive down a tower and touch the Nile for one of the most amazing sights conceivable. The major enjoyment comes from falling freely and then gently rebounding before ultimately striking the water. It is one of the scariest, but also most daring, things a person may undertake in their lives.

How is Bungee Jumping organized in Jinja?

Bungee jumping in Jinja begins with participant registration (including money) and completing the waiver form. Participants can select between the long and short jumps when enrolling. The long leap goes all the way down and allows you to touch the Nile directly, whereas the short jump stops halfway. Following registration, participants are called out one at a time for briefing while the others wait or applaud from the balcony. Before leaping, the participant gets outfitted in the appropriate jumping gear. Both legs are connected together with a single rope to let the person to fall freely while the bungee holds him or her smoothly when they strike the Nile. First-time jumpers are strongly advised not to look down at the 44-foot edge before jumping.  

Those who are terrified of heights may find the experience terrifying, but the fact that thousands of people have done a comparable plunge successfully in the past should provide ample comfort. Even yet, shutting one’s eyes or facing straight ahead is strongly encouraged since it helps one stay calm and not panic. It’s tough to put into words how you feel when you’re ready to take the leap.

 

Your heart beats and your mind warns you not to take the jump, but you do and it’s gone in minutes. The first fall/descent lasts only a few seconds as the rope bounces back and forth before ultimately resting at the river’s bottom. By this point, the dread has faded and you realize how incredible the whole event is. After their first encounter, most individuals want to do it again and again (if not for the expense). After reaching the bottom and touching the Nile, guides will be waiting with a boat to untie them and transport them to a secure waiting area where they may recover and rest.

 

Is Bungee Jumping safe in Jinja?

Before participating in the activity, participants must sign a paper releasing the firm from all liability if something goes wrong. Nothing goes wrong!! Bungee jumping is a very safe sport, and no accidents have happened in the more than ten years since the activity was launched. The team has also implemented Bungee jumping in Jinja Uganda safety protocols to guarantee that the sport is both enjoyable and safe. The firm adheres to the New Zealand/Australian bungee jumping guidelines.

 

The equipment utilized is equivalent to the greatest in the world. The jumping cords are constructed of high grade latex rubber from the world’s leading underwear manufacturers. All equipment is properly inspected before use, and records are kept to verify that it is still within its operating life. Management engages highly educated and experienced professional workers to assure safety. In addition, the corporation employs foreign consultants on a yearly basis to assess safety practices and offer any necessary safety suggestions.

 

Bungee Jumping Over the Nile Requirements and Important Information

ü  Bungee jumping requires that you be at least 13 years old.

ü  The minimal weight to compete is 35 kilos. Weights of up to 260 kilograms may be supported by the tower.

ü  Because the maximum weight is 260kg, people who are frightened to jump alone can do so with a companion.

ü  You are not permitted to participate in the activity when pregnant.

ü  To join, one must be free of any heart disease, high blood pressure, or other medical condition.

ü  To enjoy the finest Bungee jumping experience possible, you will need decent hiking shoes, comfortable clothing, bug repellents, and sun protection.

ü  To avoid loss when jumping, all valuables, including jewelry, must be left behind.

ü  The code employed to bind the ankles has the potential to cause bruising or edema. Have some oil on hand to apply to the ankles if necessary.

ü  To avoid feeling insecure, avoid leaping when it is pouring.

ü  If this is your first time leaping, don’t look down. If you do, you risk losing your confidence and making way for dread. Many people have chosen out after seeing the 44-meter cliff. That’s how terrifying it is.

ü  It is critical that you capture images so that you do not forget such wonderful moments.

ü  Before leaping, ensure that the equipment is in good working order and that it fits you well. Check to see whether the equipment is worn out in any manner and, if so, replace it.

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Game drives in Uganda

Getting Closer to the Big Animals with Guided Safari Game Drives in Uganda

Guided safari game drives in Uganda and other African destinations involve traveling through a savannah park in a four-by-four safari vehicle, accompanied by a professional local guide, and observing wild animals. A game drive is a highlight of every traditional Africa safari, taking you deep into the natural environment and bringing you closer to the great and small animals inside the safe boundaries of a 4×4.

The most enjoyable guided game drives will take place between the foggy daybreak and late in the chilly nights or at night, when most animals are most active. Every game drive, regardless of safari destination, is unique, making animal encounters surprising and thrilling. However, the operational structure with different ground operators may be identical.

 

In Uganda, a regular game drive may last 3-4 hours. Other game drives last longer than six hours, with short intervals to let the passenger to stretch, loosen up, and snack. For brief stops, the guide generally finds a location with nice views of the plains. For early morning wildlife drives, several safari camps provide breakfast settings in the bush. Afternoon game drives are typically planned to conclude with a well-timed refreshing sundowner. The local guide is most often your driver, and he or she will be in charge of the adventure excursion, finding the animals, bringing you via unexpected game viewing paths, and telling you funny anecdotes about your wildlife experiences.

Although animal numbers in Uganda’s safari parks do not compare to those seen in eastern locations, wildlife viewing on an expert-guided safari game drive in Uganda is significantly more gratifying. Because the number of tourist cars in the game parks is a fraction of those visiting more developed areas, game drives in Uganda are more private. On a good day, seeing a lion, elephant, or leopard is a rare treat, and such encounters are rarely shared with swarms of cars.

On Uganda’s savannah plains, famous game drive sights include tree-climbing lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park’s Ishasha sector, elephants, buffalo, leopard, several antelope species, hippo, and the isolated Rothchild’s giraffe.

Expect to be driven in a largely closed 4×4 Land Cruiser with huge windows for each seat and a roof pop-up for photography. In other cases, you could find an open-sided four-by-four cruiser at some campgrounds, although it’s unlikely in Uganda. Uganda safaris are conducted in closed cruisers to avoid long, winding drives from the airport to the safari site.

Early morning safari game drives – Number of guided safari game drives per day

Sunrise safari game drives are more rewarding, especially when it comes to seeing predators at their most active.

Number of guided safari game drives per day

In general, two game drives each day are excellent. On the afternoon of your arrival, you should expect to go on your first safari game drive. Safaris departing from Bwindi Impenetrable National Park’s trekking gorillas cannot skip the tree-climbing adventure of Queen Elizabeth National Park’s southern Ishasha region.

Safari vacations typically include at least two game drives every day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, lasting between three to five hours each. On your final day in the park, your local guide may include another safari game drive on the way to your next destination.

Assume you’re staying at a safari park or lodge for three nights. In that situation, your agenda calls for six short game drives. Photography safaris typically include one safari drive every day that lasts 6-10 hours and includes a picnic lunch. Travers who prefer a single drive each day are more likely to return to the camp’s more leisurely activities in the afternoons, such as nature viewing, hikes, conversations, swimming, reading a book, or seeing local cultural presentations.

The native driver-guide on all-inclusive Uganda safari vacations is normally paid per day to chauffeur, supervise, and lead 1-6 visitors per vehicle. They can decide how many safari game drives are conducted every day. You should consult with your guide or tour manager first thing in the morning or after each safari drive to establish how many drives you should have that day and when the next one should be.

Our own customized Uganda safari game drive accommodates one to six passengers (without the guide), with each occupant having an adjustable window seat with appropriate legroom.

The highlight of guided safari game drives in Uganda is seeing lions. The highlight of guided safari game drives in Uganda is seeing lions.

Which Ugandan places offer wildlife drives?

The most gratifying safari game drives in Uganda take place in four of the country’s 10 national parks. The country’s wildlife reserves provide limited opportunities for animal observation. In southern Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Lake Mburo National Park are popular with travelers wishing to explore the primate-rich rainforests of Bwindi and Kibale. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest along the Victoria Nile and the vast wilderness Kidepo National Park in the far northeastern part are two of the most popular safari destinations for safaris lasting more than a week or two.

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Quad Biking

Quad Biking activity In Uganda

Jinja Quad Biking and Horseback Riding

Jinja is a wonderful destination to spend a few days following a safari in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, or Bwindi national parks. Quad riding is one of the most fun activities to try when visiting Jinja. Other places of Uganda have organized the activity, but it is not as popular as it is in Jinja. In Jinja town, you may go quad riding. What makes quad riding unique in Jinja is the ability to explore the African countryside and interact with locals as they go about their everyday lives. The majority of African safaris take place in the African bush, inside a safari vehicle, with little opportunity to see African rural life. Quad riding in Jinja is mostly done in villages, forests, tea/sugar plantations, and along the Nile River. Not in busy and loud towns or trading centers along major roads, but in less traveled places.

The Actual Quad Biking Experience in Jinja

Individuals must be at least 12 years old to participate in quad biking. The number of participants is unlimited, and the activity can last up to four hours. Quad riding may be booked for one to four hours. Quad companies often supply all necessary equipment, such as guides, overalls, and goggles. The activity begins with a briefing and 30 minutes of free training classes at the practice circuit. It is not necessary to have prior riding experience to compete. The subjects presented are mostly on how to ride a motorcycle on the road. Things include changing gears, maintaining stability, staying on course, and keeping an eye out for neighborhood kids crossing the road. Aside from standard safety precautions, players are cautioned against undue overtaking/competition (as enticing as it is) and harming local animals.

A trip is prepared based on the outcomes of the training, taking into account the rider’s abilities. To that aim, motorcycles are divided into three categories: experienced riders, novices, and children. Following that, participants are allocated either manual or automated motorcycles. Following the briefing and training, cyclists are outfitted with overalls, helmets, and other safety gear. The group then forms an orderly line behind the lead biker. All trails pass through the countryside, although various routes are followed when traveling and returning.

Expect to encounter and avoid “boda bodas” (motorcycles), waving children, people in their gardens, girls from the well, and mothers carrying their babies on their heads. Vehicles are quite infrequent because the routes traveled are off the main roads/highways. Observe folks washing clothes along the Nile’s banks or little children swimming over fierce currents and rapids with only a jerrycan. The guide will tell you about the river’s history, Jinja town, and the three power dams along the Nile’s Jinja section. What You Should Know Before Going Quad Biking in Jinja

Depending on the distance and number of hours, quad riding costs between $50 and $110.

Bikers require loose/light attire to be comfortable throughout the activity (preferably a tracksuit or legging). The Quad Biking Company can supply overalls and gumboots to protect you from dirt and wetness, but you are welcome to bring your own. Cameras should be stored in dust and water-resistant bags.

The greatest time to go quad riding in Jinja is during Uganda’s rainy season. The more muck there is on the ground, the more fun the action will be. Furthermore, the countryside is incredibly gorgeous during the rainy season, with a lot of activity and wonderful singing birds everywhere. During the dry season, the route becomes extremely dusty, creating a nightmare for riders at the rear of the pack who may find themselves buried in dust upon completion.

Although biking in mud is fun, it is important to be cautious. Quad Bikes feature huge tires that may spit dirt in the face of the following cyclist.

Aside from Jinja, quad riding is permitted at Lake Mburo National Park. Because there are no elephants and no lions, Lake Mburo is the only park that now offers this activity. The huge bikes are ideal for exploring the park on your own. The quad bikes employed at Lake Mburo National Park are easy to maneuver and equipped with silencers to keep the animals at bay. Bikers, like in Jinja, are briefed before venturing out to witness wild creatures grazing on the savanna plains, forest, and valleys. Bikers are strongly advised not to overspeed or deviate from designated routes. The park provides gumboots, helmets, overalls, and goggles.

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Is white water rafting in Jinja, Uganda safe?

Because the crew is highly trained and skilled in negotiating the rapids, whitewater rafting is completely safe. For your own safety and enjoyment, it is critical to follow the advice of the guides. Participants are provided with life jackets and protective helmets in case they trip. To avoid stumbling, grasp on to the ropes around the raft or bring your legs to your chest each time you plunge beneath the waves.

 

The Nile has deep waters, so there is no need to be concerned about falling on rocks. Rafting is more risky in many countries because you might hit a rock while you fall, even though the waves are weaker. Because the threat from the rocks is minor, the guides in Jinja are more ready to let the rafts roll over numerous times. Furthermore, multiple rescue teams in Kayaks travel ahead of the group with the objective of rescuing any trapped rafters. The rescue squad is also in charge of transporting food and fresh fruit for consumption during the major break. Aside from the rescue kayaks, there are also safety boats that transport people who no longer want to participate.

 

The rafts for families with smaller children and teens do not travel over the most challenging and dangerous rapids. They choose a different path to explore the river’s forest and other channels, going over lesser rapids and lovely islands. Important facts about Jinja white water rafting In Jinja, there are around four firms that provide whitewater rafting services, including Nalubale Rafting, Nile River Explorers, and Adrift. The activity may be arranged directly with the companies or via a reliable travel operator.

 

White water rafting costs between $140 and $255, depending on whether the activity is full or half day. Jinja 2 Days Whitewater rafting is the most costly category and generally begins with a tour to Jinja and the Nile’s source. You do not need to be concerned about photographs. The security Kayakers and rafters bring equipment and a photographer to record the action. The At the finish line, the images may be purchased on a CD for roughly $70 for each raft.

 

White water rafting in Jinja is best done during the dry seasons of January to February or June to September but everyday is a day to raft the Nile. The sky are clear with intense sunshine during the dry seasons of the year. It is critical to use sunscreen to avoid developing red skin. You’ll need extra clothes and money for after-rafting.

 

Charges:Instead of traditional whitewater rafting, visitors can choose for Jet Boat rides. This entails taking a speed boat down the Nile rapids in Jinja. Life jackets and helmets are supplied to all participants. The jet boats are made in New Zealand and have a highly skilled crew. Jet boat rides cost $75 for adults and $50 for children under the age of 12.

Another fun activity to consider when visiting Jinja and the Nile River is Nile tubing. This entails floating down the Nile in an inflatable tube while observing birds, sunbathing, and admiring the lovely environment around the Nile. The exercise can be organized on calm/level waterways or near the rapids. Whitewater rafting may be paired with other significant activities like as gorilla trekking in Bwindi, a visit to the Murchison Falls National Park, or a visit to the Queen Elizabeth National Park.

 

 

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White water rafting in Jinja

White Water Rafting in Jinja

Whitewater rafting in Uganda provides an unforgettable experience along the Nile and at Jinja. Jinja was a modest fishing town on the Nile’s banks before John Hannington Speak discovered its source and the entrance of British colonialists. When Uganda became a British colony, the fishing community expanded into a big commerce center, with the Nile River serving as an important crossing point to the country’s eastern region all the way to Kenya. The town expanded as more Europeans, Indians, and Ugandans migrated there.

Jinja soon became Uganda’s most industrialized town once the railway and hydroelectric power were installed. However, the volatile Idi Amin dictatorship between 1972 and 1979 led Jinja to lose its role as Uganda’s industrial powerhouse. When Idi Amin evicted all Asians from Uganda, the industries were deprived of the necessary knowledge. Even after the Asians returned, Jinja’s status was never regained. Kampala has now surpassed it as Uganda’s industrial center. But all was not lost since, despite losing its industrial standing, tourism prospered. Jinja, and Uganda in general, is a wonderful destination to explore the splendor of Africa. Apart from the tranquility of the town, travelers are drawn to Jinja by the Nile and Lake Victoria. After exploring Uganda’s national parks, the calm town is ideal for leisure and recuperation.

The Nile River provides some of the most adrenaline-pumping sports on the planet, including bungee jumping, quad biking, horseback riding, and whitewater rafting, the focus of this article. Whitewater rafting is a fantastic sport that teaches you how to be cool under pressure. The opportunity to experience whitewater rafting on the world’s longest river is incredible. It is one of the most enjoyable things to do in Uganda. Several civilizations have relied on the Nile for water.

Whitewater rafting in Jinja takes you through wild and furious rapids in the heart of the Nile. The Nile rapids at Jinja are classed 4 and 5 and provide some of the best whitewater rafting in Africa. The rapids are larger and more powerful than those on the Zambezi. Despite the fact that the recent building of the Bujagali and Isimba dams has resulted in the destruction of several of the Grade five rapids such as Namizi, The Bad Place, and Kyabirwa, whitewater rafting remains a viable option. Rafting businesses have had to alter and change their launching place and overall route further downstream while still providing the same adrenaline rush and gorgeous landscape.

What to expect during whitewater rafting in Jinja

A day of whitewater rafting begins with an early morning meal before being taken to the river’s banks. All participants must leave valuables and dry clothes in the car with staff. The teams are instructed on safety and what to expect. The introduction is overseen by guides who are quite informed about the region and rapids. They go through every area of safety to ensure that all rafters have the greatest experience possible. Other subjects discussed include how to grab the rope for safety, how to paddle, and how to properly exit the raft. If participants trip while holding their breath, they are instructed to stay as cool as possible. Always bring extra underwear and dry clothing when traveling. Choose clothing that dry quickly because you will be in and out of the water frequently.

 

Individuals are given the option of taking an easy or challenging path before the activity begins. Those who are not prepared for Grade 4 and 5 rafting might choose Grade 3 rafting. Families can choose a calmer family float excursion that allows them to appreciate the river while avoiding the big rapids. All participants must sign a paper detailing any medical conditions. You cannot go rafting if you have hypertension or anemia. The activity can begin once the orientation is completed and the helmets and rain coats are attached. The first mile or two allows the guides to adequately prepare all participants before the rapids get stronger and more magnificent downstream.

 

When you approach the next rapid, the guides organize for a vote on whether to take the simple path (edges) or the difficult route (middle). If the majority chooses the difficult path, there is little you can do but prepare for the challenge. The experienced rafters are escorted to the most dangerous portion of the currents and allowed to tip over. If the team leader is leading a group of novice people, he or she will approach each rapid at the weakest/easiest point so that they do not trip. If the novice party comes upon a major rapid, they exit their rafts and walk around it. Each rapid provides a unique experience that is largely dependent on how the lead guide navigates.

 

The main route has nine major rapids, four of which are grade 5. As you travel downstream, the rapids get stronger and faster. In between the rapids, there are calm waterways and islands where participants may rest, swim, have lunch, and take in the breathtaking view. A full day of whitewater rafting may cover up to 26 kilometers. Expect to see folks fishing and drying their clothes by the river. The Jinja River is a birder’s dream, with over 100 species. Perceptive watchers may even detect vervet monkeys dangling from the branches of trees along the riverbank. Following the exercise, a small party is held at which participants are given free beverages and transportation back to the lodge.

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NGAMBA ISLAND CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY

Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is a project of the Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust, which was founded in 1998 by Dr. Jane Goodall and a small group of pioneering leaders who saved around 13 chimps, thereby establishing Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Ngamba has developed over the years to sustain the existence of over 49 orphaned or rescued chimps from the illicit wildlife trade, making it one of Africa’s best and foremost monkey sanctuaries, offering a home to orphaned or rescued chimps who cannot return to the wild.  Since their return to the wild is not possible, Ngamba Island serves as a tourism and research facility, educating tourists and local residents about the amazing species and the necessity of protecting their endangered forest environment. Ngamba Island is located in Lake Victoria, 23 kilometers southeast of Entebbe district, and covers around 100 acres, 98 of which are wooded and separated from the visitors’ area by an electric fence where the chimps wander throughout the day. Ngamba Island is an ideal secondary forest habitat for chimps and other fauna such as fruit bats, spiders, fish eagles, otters, and monitor lizards.

 

The journey to Ngamba Island begins with a meeting spot on Entebbe Lugard Avenue. Departure is a short walk from the dock, and access to the island is only via speedboat (about 50 minutes) or conventional powered boat (roughly 90 minutes). The crossing to Ngamba Island is done in two shifts: half day and full day; the half day excursion begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. While on board the boats, you are given with life jackets and rain suits. Depending on the weather, morning viewing hours are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and afternoon viewing hours are from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Spending time with the chimps is available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the full-day Ngamba Island tour. Visitors who visit the sanctuary for a half or full day can see the chimps from the visitor platform while listening to an interesting discourse about the chimps given by sanctuary workers. Other activities on Ngamba Island include swimming at the equator, visiting fishing towns, birdwatching, and other wildlife encounters, as well as sunbathing and relaxing on the island. Prices for visiting the island vary based on the amount of persons coming. The younger the tourist group, the lower the charge; children under the age of five are free, while those aged five to fifteen pay half the amount. These rates include a return boat journey and Ngamba Island admission fees, which vary according to habitation type.

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What is making Kidepo national park famous?

Kidepo valley national park is located in Kaabong district northeastern Uganda and situated around 1442 square kilometers and about 700km by road from Kampala and Moroto is the largest town I the sub region the park makes another unchartered Uganda safaris, Uganda tours destination. Kidepo valley national park can be accessed by both road which takes 12hours to Kidepo and air, by air there are charter flights available from Entebbe airport or Kajjansi to Lomeja and by road you can take the Kampala through Mbale route or the Kampala through Karuma route because they all lead to Kidepo valley national park. Kidepo valley national park was ranked the third best national park in Africa and harbors extinct species of wildlife that cannot be found in any national parks in Uganda which include over 75 mammal species like cape buffaloes, Rothschild giraffes, side-stripped jackal, lions, leopards, bat eared fox among others, over 470 bird species and 5 primate species. Kidepo valley national park is comprised of open tree savannah vegetation, mountain forest in the high areas, Lorupei River which supports acacia Geradi forest and semi arid climate with one rainy season per year from April to September and the park is served by two seasonal rivers which are the Narus river and Kidepo river.

What is making Kidepo national park famous?

With about 450 bird species, Kidepo Valley National Park is an important birding safaris area in Uganda and a dream Uganda tour site for bird watching excursions. A dozen of Uganda’s 50 bird of prey species are indigenous to the Karamoja area.

 

Activities in Kidepo Valley National Park

Game drive: Kidepo valley national park is known as a popular viewing destination with a wide range of wildlife which can be viewed during the including different mammal species like buffalos, Oryx, lions, zebras, leopards, elephants, giraffes, elands, antelopes, reedbucks, waterbucks, Uganda kobs, duikers, Oribi. Endemic species such as striped hyenas, bat-eared foxes, jackals, cheetahs, wild boars and hounds can also be spotted during game drives in Kidepo National Park. Game drives begin early in the morning at 6:00 AM and evening game drives begin at 4:00 PM. A guide to properly observing primates such as endemic bush babies, tatara monkeys and black and white monkeys is a good choice. It gives you the chance to enjoy the interesting grassland and savannah vegetation of Kidepo National Park.

Nature Walks/Hiking: Kidepo National Park has unique landscapes, including plains that offer great views of the animal species that roam the grasslands. Nature walks with Uganda Wildlife Service Rangers start at 7am from his camp in Apoka and can be done at any time. It can be done in various areas of Kidepo. This includes a 25 km new Ronhiri nature walk through the bush to his Napusmur which takes about 8 hours with a guide. It gives us the opportunity to see nature and animals that can be seen with a microscope. The Koniri Nature Walk provides a resting place during your trek, admiring the national park and animal species such as buffalo, elephants, baboons and lions. The two hour walk in the southern Narus valley which is a great spot for birding like the unique Karamoja apalis, black-breasted barbet, yellow-billed, hoopoe, Nubian woodpecker, little weaver, red-cheeked cordon, superb starling, vinaceous dove among others and view animals drinking water like the elephants, zebras, lions, buffalos among others. Hiking at Morungole Mountains to visit the IK people which are one of the smallest ethnic groups in Uganda. The Karamajong settlements and hiking on Idi Amin`s dream lodge that was never completed while he was still president of Uganda.

Bird watching: Kidepo valley national park is the second national park with a wide number of bird species apart from Queen Elizabeth national park. Kidepo National park is a home of over 450 bird species, 56 birds of prey and with 14 species endemic in the Karamoja region which include the ostriches that are only found in Kidepo national park, pygmy falcon, Verreaux`s eagle, Kori bustard, yellow-billed hornbill, Egyptian vulture, Karamoja apalis, and Jackson`s hornbill among others. Bird watching at Kidepo Valley National Park can begin at any time of the day. The best vantage point is Apoca Rest Camp and Park Headquarters, which overlooks the Southern Narus and Namamkweny Valleys and is home to a wide variety of bird species, including ruppels, great starlings, silverbirds and yellow-bellied hornbills. , vine pigeons, jackson’s hornbill, corybastard, lesser falcon, egyptian condor, karamoja paris and many more, providing bird watchers with an amazing bird watching experience on safari in Kidepo Valley National Park.

Cultural Encounters: Here, visitors visit neighboring communities within Kidepo National Park, including Karamojong Village. Karamojong village represents an interesting group of people who participate in subsistence farming and animal husbandry as warrior nomads. They have to travel long distances to fetch water, and there have been occasional floods in the area, so they live in dry areas. It is related to the Maasai tribe in that they travel with animals in search of food. They build temporary structures wherever they go and carry traditional knives, stools, dress codes, arrows, beads, spears, art, etc. To visit the IK people, reach out to the community It takes about 8 hours to reach the summit, so an early morning walk is required to climb the Morungole Mountains to visit the IK people, one of the original tribes of the Kidepo Valley National Park in the northeast. Kidepo Valley National Park can be visited all year round. The best time to visit is during the dry season, from September to March, when the park is less crowded and has few guest accommodations, including Apoka Rest Camp and Nga Moru Wildlife Camp. , Uganda Wildlife Department Bandas, Apoka Safari Lodge offers visitors relaxation and clear views during a safari in the Kidepo Valley National Park.

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What is Lake Mburo National Park famous for?

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park/Lake Mburo  is located in the Mbarara district of western Uganda, on the highway that connects the park with the capital, Kampala. Uganda’s smallest park, about 260 square kilometers and 228 kilometers by road from Kampala, stop at the commercial center of Mpanbile, an area selling traditional drums and kayabs on the equator. Lake Mburo National Park is the only park with an entire lake (Lake Mburo) within the park and is unique in Uganda as it is located in the shadow of Lake Victoria and Mount Rwenzori and has both dry and wet seasons. is. I experience years. Lake Mburo National Park comprises a beautiful landscape of dry hills, rocky outcrops, acacia trees, bushes, bushes, open and wooded savannah forests, wetlands, lakes, and a climate favorable to wildlife.

It has been. It is home to more than 70 species of his mammals, including the Burchell’s Zebra, which is found only in Uganda’s Lake Mburo National Park and Kidepo National Park. Over 350 species of predators including waterbuck, impala, topi, warthog, buffalo, giraffe, hippopotamus, monkey, leopard, striped jackal, white mongoose, brown parrot, crested francolin, African gray hornbill, southern red bishop and more Among other things, these features make Lake Mburo National Park a great destination for safari in Uganda.

Activities in Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park offers a variety of exciting activities for safari visitors, including biking, bird watching, nature walks, horseback riding, sport fishing, game drives, cultural encounters and boat tours.

Game Drive:

This is an activity that involves driving within the park in a safari vehicle to different areas following the park tracks. Game drives are done in the savannah landscapes which contain a number of tracks like the zebra track which connects to Ruroko track junction through the thick acacia woodland with euphorbia species, olive trees and the wetland where you will view a number of birds and animal species like the zebras, eland, bushbucks, Oribi, Topi, reedbucks among others. You will have a chance to see primates like monkeys. The Kazuma track which passes through the grasslands with wood species where you will spot bird species like black-billed bustard, lakeside tracks which offer you an opportunity to view the swamps surrounding Lake Mburo, the aquatic bird species among others, the game drive to the Kazuma hill which allows you to explore the five lakes in the park.

Lake Mburo National Park has the day game drives which are best done in the morning to see animals and birds in their habitats and late afternoon to see animals going back to their resting habitats and the nocturnal game drives which gives visitors an opportunity to spot the nocturnal animals like leopards, bush babies, porcupines and takes around 1-2 hours. Game drives in Lake Mburo National Park take place all year round, best in the dry season when animals such as monkeys congregate in the roadsides, water bodies and marshes, and buffalo, hippos, eland and zebras drink water. Topi, oribi, antelope, warthog, impala, bushbuck, waterbuck, giraffe and more.

Bird watching:

Lake Mburo National Park is home to 350 species of birds, including migratory, rare and resident birds, in areas such as the Warokiri Wetlands, where birds such as the Papyrus Gonorek, Bluehead Kukal, Militi along the Luonyo, and the Lubanga Forest can be found It is a destination for bird watching. Birds that have been sighted include shoebills, great reed warblers, crested francolin and brown parrots. Birdwatching at Lake Mburo can be done all year round and starts in the morning. It takes about 1-2 hours, and the best times for bird watching are June-July and November-April, when migratory birds are present.

Boat trip:

Lake Mburo National Park has calm waters with wetlands bordering the lake. Home to a wide variety of animal, bird and plant species, visitors can cruise close to the animals and birds and see them clearly in habitat such as crocodiles, hippos, zebras and antelopes located on the water banks. You can drink water and see birds such as pelicans, herons, ospreys, hammer cops and cormorants. The boat departs from Luonyo Pier. The activity is run by the Uganda Wildlife Authority and takes approximately 2 hours.

 

Nature walks/hiking:

This is an activity at Lake Mburo National Park that allows visitors to roam the park with armed guides and get a closer look at the animals. The nature walk starts around 7:00 in the morning and lasts about 2 hours. Hiking trails include Salt Lick Walks, where you can see animals that come to drink the salt water. Kazuma Hill with beautiful panoramic views of the lake where you can see animals such as hills, Precambrian rocks, savannah vegetation, acacia vegetation, hippos, hyenas, zebras, giraffes, elands, topis, species of birds and butterflies Trekking to, among other things.

 

Sport fishing:

Along with Murchison Falls National Park, Lake Mburo National Park is one of Uganda’s parks offering opportunities for visitors who want to practice sport fishing. Lake Mburo National Park has his five lakes within Mburo and sport fishing takes place on the shores of Mazinga on Lake Mburo. Visitors wishing to participate in sport fishing are approved by the Uganda Wildlife Authority and should bring fishing gear such as hooks. There are about 6 types of fish that can be caught by sport fishing, including lungfish, tilapia, and mudfish.

 

Ride a horse:

Horseback riding is one of his interesting activities that can only be done in Lake Mburo National Park, where he rides horses in the park to observe different wildlife such as vegetation, primates and animals. Horseback riding activities arranged by Mihingo Safari Lodge provide visitors with up-close encounters with animals and last approximately one to three hours. There is also a night ride where the lodge provides overnight and dining tents. Animals can be seen more clearly during a game drive at close range than in a safari vehicle, making it a compelling activity to take on a safari in Lake Mburo National Park.

 

Cultural Encounters:

The community we visited around the park is the Banyankore, known for their nomadic pastoralists who raise traditional longhorn cattle. They offer visitors a variety of traditional activities such as traditional hand milking, treating sick cows, brushing cows, grazing cows, watering cows, roasting and smoking meat, and cleaning milk pots. I will teach you They are also known for cultivating banana plantations, performing various activities such as weeding, harvesting, harvesting, cooking bananas, and performing performances such as traditional songs and dances of the Enimebwa Cultural Center to attract people. Entertaining visitors during an encounter at the homestead.

Lake Mburo National Park offers a wide range of luxurious and affordable accommodations to ensure visitors have a comfortable safari experience, including Mihingo Safari Lodge, Mantana Tented Camp, Rwakobo Rock Lodge and Mpogo Safari Lodge. Lake Mburo National Park can be visited all year round. The best time to visit is during the dry season, from June to August and December to February, when the game congregates along the roadsides and can be observed in and around lakes and water sources on game drives.

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What is Queen Elizabeth national park famous for?

The second-largest and busiest national park in Uganda is called Queen Elizabeth National Park. It is situated in the western section of the country, in the districts of Kasese, Rubirizi, Kamwenge, and Rukungiri. This park is a fantastic place to go on an African safari or a safari in Uganda. It is located roughly 400 kilometers by road southwest of Kampala and has a total land area of 1978 square kilometers with elevations ranging from 900 meters to 1845 meters.

The Queen Elizabeth National Park is renowned for its wildlife and is home to over 600 bird species, 95 mammal species, including the big five mammals—African elephants, African cape buffaloes, hippos, leopards, and tree-climbing lions—that can be found in the Ishasha sector of the park, as well as primates like the common chimpanzee, vervet monkey, black and white colobus monkeys, among others, and over 600 bumblebe The Bunyaruguru crater, Ndali-kasenda crater near Kibale National Park, and Lake Katwe, a salt lake, are just a few of the three major crater lakes that make up the park’s volcanic characteristics.

This park is more known for its diverse wildlife, which includes African elephants, African buffalo, Ugandan kob, hippopotamuses, topis, waterbuck, warthogs, gigantic forest hogs, Nile crocodiles, leopards, spotted hyenas, chimps, and lions. The park is home to 95 animal species and over 600 bird species in total.

Activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park

The Queen Elizabeth National Park is renowned for its wildlife and is home to over 600 bird species, 95 mammal species, including the big five mammals—African elephants, African cape buffaloes, hippos, leopards, and tree-climbing lions—that can be found in the Ishasha sector of the park, as well as primates like the common chimpanzee, vervet monkey, black and white colobus monkeys, among others, and over 600 bumblebe The Bunyaruguru crater, Ndali-kasenda crater near Kibale National Park, and Lake Katwe, a salt lake, are just a few of the three major crater lakes that make up the park’s volcanic characteristics.

Bird watching:

Visitors who enjoy bird watching on an African safari often go to Queen Elizabeth National Area very early in the morning to see numerous birds still in their nests. This park is recognized as a birders paradise. Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to more than 600 species of birds, and bird-watching sites or areas within the park include Kazinga Channel and waterfowl such as ospreys, yellow-finned bats, open storks, partridges and mule ducks doing. Bird species such as scarlet magpie, white-tailed pelican, flycatcher, shoebill, white-tailed eagle, white-tailed tern, and great reed warbler, as well as shaggy chestnut barbet, African emerald cuckoo, spotted tinker, and gray woodpecker in the forests of Caseny and Maramagambo doing. There are many others, including Katungulu Bridge, the Mweya Peninsula, open forests and meadows, rivers, flamingos, black-winged stilts, black-winged terns, abosets, seagulls and other birds such as Lake Katwe, and when is the best time for bird watching? From December to February.

Boat cruise:

One of the most exciting activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park, this activity takes place on the Kazinga Channel, which connects Lake Edward and Lake George. The boat trip is about 2 hours. During the activity, you’ll have the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife species, including herds of hippos growing to about 5,000, elephants, Nile crocodiles in the sun-warmed waters, buffalo, monitor lizards, waterfowl such as kingfishers, and fish. . Home to many animals, including eagles, pink pelicans, white-backed pelicans, white-headed plovers, spur-winged plovers, and African jacana, visitors can sail within meters of animals such as waterbucks, bushbucks, duikers, mongooses, and other exciting animals. You can enjoy cruising. Experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Lion research tracking:

This is an interactive and educational activity that allows you to see the lions up close than you would on a regular game drive and operates exclusively in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Lion chases take place every morning and late afternoon and last approximately 1-3 hours. In order to protect the lions, we are conducting surveys and limiting visitors. The Lion Chase Drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park allows researchers to step off the track and approach the lions no matter where they are in the park, making it a great place for visitors to take pictures. Also, track the lion with a radio collar. Spend more time with the lions and learn more about their habits.

Tree climbing lions of Ishasha:

This is a famous and must-do activity in the Ishasha area of ​​Queen Elizabeth National Park. Here, lions can be seen lying, sleeping and hanging on the branches of acacia and fig trees, staring at their prey, the Ugandan humps and trees. – Climb the lion. Besides Ishasha in Queen Elizabeth National Park, tree-climbing lions can also be seen in other national parks in East Africa, such as Lake Manyara in Tanzania. Buffalo, elephants, warthogs, antelopes and the rare Shoebill, among other animals to see in Ishasha, make a safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park an unforgettable experience.

Chimpanzee trekking:

Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to 10 species of primates, with the endangered chimpanzee being the park’s most popular species. The chimpanzee trek takes place in the Kyambura Gorge, northeast of Queen Elizabeth, also known as the Valley of the Monkeys. Chimpanzee Family in Kyambura takes place twice a day, with a maximum of 6 people per day, allowing visitors to interact with each other and learn more about chimpanzees. Chimpanzee trekking permits in Queen Elizabeth National Park cost 50 In USD, less than USD 150 for chimpanzee trekking permits in Kibale National Park and Budongo Forest, visitors can participate in a chimpanzee trekking experience. The chimpanzee trek crosses rivers and traverses dense forests to see primates such as black macaques, vervet monkeys, red-tailed macaques and baboons, as well as birds such as bee-eaters, hawks, flycatchers and flip-flops. Especially African birds and animal species that come to drink water.

Nature walks /hiking:

Queen Elizabeth national park is a park where one can explore on foot the landscapes, wildlife and view different cenutrio species, tree species and many more, you can follow different walk trails in Queen Elizabeth including the guided Kyambura gorge trail where you will get to see the chimpanzees and other primates like monkeys, baboons, the butterflies, birds and a number of animals going to drink water, the guided Maramagambo forest trail where you will see beautiful crater lakes, birds, caves like the bat cave where you see large numbers of bats, the Kalinzu forest trail where you will see primates like the habituated chimpanzees, birds, animals among others, the Mongoose tracking trail on Mweya peninsula which is one of the interesting and less known activity in Queen Elizabeth national park, it takes around 1-3 hours and can be done with a guide and researchers and will see other wildlife like the birds, animals and hiking along the Ishasha river where you spot savannah and forest vegetation and also get close to the animals like hippos, elephants, water bucks and many others hence giving you a memorable, thrilling and interesting safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Cultural encounters:

This is an activity where the visitors get to experience how different communities around the park live and Queen Elizabeth national park offers the best cultural encounters experiences with several cultural groups in Uganda including the Kikorongo women community, Nyanzibiri cave community, Katwe tourism information center among others. Visitors will be able to visit the volcanic crater lakes, historic caves, cultural museums, how people survive on Katwe salt lake, mining process, traditional art and craft like baskets, bowls, beads, cultural performances like songs, dances, also visit the fishing villages along the Kazinga channel and Lake George and take part in sport fishing, boat racing, can also order for a fish snack while at the lake and many others which gives a visitor a great experience on lifestyles and habits of other cultures.

While on a safari in Queen Elizabeth national park there are a number of luxury, budget, and campamento sites lodges that can make your safari more comfortable in terms of beautiful scenery, good ambiance, delicious meals, good relaxation after a safari among others and they include Mweya safari lodge, Park View Safari Lodge, Ishasha wilderness camp, Elephant Hab Lodge, Kyambura Uganda safari, Ishasha Bandas, Maramagambo Camp and many others. Queen Elizabeth national park can be visited throughout the year and the best time to visit is between March to May and August to December when the environment is beautiful.

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What is Murchison Falls National game park famous for?

The biggest national park in Uganda is Murchison Falls National Park. It is located in the Murchison Conservation Area, 305 kilometers north of Kampala, the country’s capital. The magnificent Bugungu and Karuma Game Reserves are located in the Murchison Conservation Area. It is well-known for the Murchison Falls, which are created when the Victoria Nile cuts through a constricted valley. It is situated in northwest Uganda along the beaches of Lake Albert. Both air travel and roads are available to get to Murchison Falls National Park.

 

You can fly from Entebbe International Airport or Kajjansi Airfield to Pakuba Airfield, where the guide will pick you up and transport you to the park, or you can drive to this park for around 5 hours on tarmac roads, stopping along the way at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Primate species like baboons and monkeys live in Murchison Falls National Park, along with 450 bird species, 23 of which are endemic to the Albertine Rift, including the rare shoebill stork, 76 mammal species like bush bucks, Uganda kobs, water bucks, warthogs, giraffes, hyenas, hippos, and crocodiles that live along the Nile River’s shores. Murchison Falls National Park is most renowned for having the world’s most powerful waterfall. The equivalent of 200 bathtubs full of water is driven down a gorge smaller than seven paces wide per second. The ground trembles as a result of the immense strain.

 

Activities in Murchison Falls National Park

While on a safari, guests can participate in a variety of activities at Murchison Falls National Park. Another fantastic Ugandan experience is a boat excursion on the Nile. This is one of the things you can do at the Murchison National Park to see animals. It takes three hours and 17 kilometers to get from Paraa to the base of Murchison Falls by boat. The morning cruise departs at 9:00 am, and the afternoon cruise departs at 5:00 pm. Visitors can witness a variety of bird species, including herons, bee-eaters, cormorants, fish eagles, king fisher’s, and shoebills, on the 28-kilometer journey from Paraa to the Delta and back. Along the river’s banks, you may also view species including hippos, crocodiles, elephants, water bucks, buffaloes, and many more.

 

Sport fishing: In addition to Lake Mburo National Park, Murchison Falls National Park is a national park in Uganda that gives visitors the chance to engage in sport fishing, making it an exciting experience. At the base of the falls and along the Nile River, sport fishing is practiced. Among the fish caught are mud fish, tiger fish, tilapia, and Nile perch. Sport fishing is a year-round pastime that is best enjoyed when the water is clear, which is from January to April.

Boat cruise in Murchison falls park :The boat tour at Murchison falls has always proven to be the most exciting of the park’s activities, and it’s significantly different from other boat excursions in other countries such as Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, or Congo. It is not considered offensive to refer to the Murchison falls national park boat excursion as a substitute for other activities. Birding in the albert delta and hiking to the top of the falls, for example, are only feasible if you book the boat excursion as well. The bottom of the falls boat excursion and the Albert Delta boat cruise are also available.

Many travelers visit Murchison Falls National Park with the primary goal of experiencing the world’s tallest waterfall. That, however, turns out to be the perfect complement to the fantastic Nile launch cruises. In Murchison Falls National Park, there are two types of boat cruises:

THE BOTTOM OF THE FALLS BOAT CRUISE

The most popular boat tour is the “bottom of the falls” excursion, which also connects to the “climb to the top of the falls.” The launch voyage begins at Paraa port and sails upstream to the falls. The boat passes many floating hippo schools, herds of elephants bathing on the riverbank, a handful of oribis, flocks of warthogs, crocodiles, and gorgeous water birds. It’s incredible to ride through the Nile’s natural splendor. The journey becomes better as you go closer to the bottom of the falls and share a couple of bottles of cool beverages with your pals.

Because the boat goes so near to the creatures like crocodiles and hippos, the boat trip is an excellent chance to photograph them. The boat doesn’t go as near to the devil’s cauldron as it does to the bottom of the falls. The rocks are tough, with holes made by the force with which the water drops strike the ground from the cliff; the rocks are also resistant enough to allow only the soft rock to break, producing holes. Some holes are for kingfishers, and you may observe a number of these magnificent birds in the neighboring trees; because the birds are small, you need use binoculars to view them.

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