Why visit Uganda? Uganda is one of the best safari destinations in Africa, the home to the mountain gorillas as well as the source of the Nile. It was featured a top destination in National Geographic and Lonely Planet. Uganda safari tours cover more than 10 separate destinations. Every day here is genuinely an African Adventure. You may visit Bwindi Impenetrable, a gorilla trekking home to the giants gorillas an endangered species. You can ascend the high mountains plus ice capped mountain on the equator or the Volcanoes within Mgahinga Gorilla Park or Mountain Elgon Park.
These roaring waterfalls found on the beautiful Victoria Nile are among the most impressive and leading tourist attractions in Uganda. Locally called the Karuma Falls, the name was derived from a notion that Karuma, a great spirit, positioned the stones which break the waters of the river. The stunning Karuma Falls are located on the eastern border of the Murchison Fall National Park (which is the largest reserve in Uganda), and just an hour drive from the district of Gulu in north-western Uganda.
Before the arrival of Europeans, Jinja was a small fishing village on the edge of the mighty Nile River which constituted the border between two distinct peoples - the Baganda to the east and the Basoga to the west. With the arrival of British colonial rule in 1906, the town began to grow as a trading centre and important river crossing.
It’s a destination bewilderingly absent on every BuzzFeed and Mashable “Places to See Before You Die” list.
And that omission makes no sense at all.
Lake Bunyonyi ought to be considered one of the natural wonders of the world and, now that I’ve seen it before my own eyes, it’s joined the ranks of my most beloved travel destinations.