While we are thinking about visiting Africa, the first country that pops inside our mind is the pearl of Africa; Uganda.
The prime attraction of the country is the chance to meet the iconic Mountain Gorillas in the forests of Bwindi and Mgahinga.
In 2012 the country was acclaimed to be home of 400 mountain gorillas which are the half of total gorilla population of the world.
If you are not only a fan of primates and Mountain gorillas and looking for more from your trip, then Uganda is the best place. There is a fair chance to meet an abundance of wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National Park which includes big cats of Africa.
Meet the big five of Africa in Murchison Falls National Park, and explore Kidepo Valley National Park and Lake Mburo National Park for more sighting of wilderness.
Birding tour is excessively eye-catching in the country. The country is worth visiting for those who are in love with spotting birds.
Take some pictures on the shorelines of the 2nd largest lake of Africa; Lake Bunyonyi. The lake lies in the south-west part of Uganda that is just on the borderline of Rwanda.
Uganda offers endless reasons to visit the country that includes high flavored accommodations to truly rich culture to warmest people on the planet.
Both of my husband Jon and I are very satisfied in this safari with our guide Mr. Julius Gikonyo of Aardwolf.
After our safari cancelation and refund by an other safari company we chose Aardwolf to make a last minute safari.
When I was choosing among different companies for safari I noticed that Aardwolf has less reviews .
We booked our safaris to Masai Mara, Lake Naivasha, AMboseli and Tsavo East with Aardwolf Africa.