A safari in Uganda takes you to her Mountain gorillas and the Nile, meeting her people and lavishing in the richness of landscapes that makes Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. Join Rupi Mangat, a third-generation local and a leading Kenyan travel writer who lives in this tropical paradise on the Equator, the denizen of big game – elephants and rhino; lions, leopards and cheetahs; rhinos and mighty raptors that soar the skies.
Imagine adventure-filled days on a mountain, the sweeping savannah, and on the mighty Nile revered from the era of the pharaohs. Be amazed by Uganda’s wildlife that is a treasure-trove of life on earth – from the endangered Mountain gorillas to the endemic Uganda kob; from the prehistoric Shoebill to the predators and prey of the African plains.
You will be enchanted.
November is one of the most exciting months to be on safari and watch the land turn lush and green at the end of the short rains. Typically the days are interspersed with spells of showers followed by hours of sunshine for the wildlife (and us) to soak in.