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Uganda

Home to an astonishingly diverse landscape, half of the world’s population of Mountain Gorilla’s and a bright and abundant array of wildlife, Uganda really does live up to its reputation, courtesy of Winston Churchill in 1908, as being “The Pearl of Africa”.

Landlocked by Kenya, The Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan and Tanzania and Rwanda, this wonderful country encompasses many natural wonders.Some of the most breath taking destinations to visit in Uganda include the beautiful snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains (nicknamed The Mountains of the Moon), and stunning Lake Victoria.

Murchisson Falls National Park is home to over one thousand species of exotic birds, and its forty-three metre tall waterfall is a must see. African elephants, antelopes, hippopotami, leopards and lions all meander freely amongst Murchisson’s sprawling savannah.

Whether you fancy trekking through the mountains for Gorillas, enjoying a Safari, or taking in the wondrous beauty of Lake Victoria, Uganda will blow you away with its bold yet humble beauty, and will not shy away with its friendly offerings that cannot be missed.

Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198

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Uganda's equatorial positioning means that there is very little year-round fluctuation in temperature and no distinct summer and winter season. Read More

Uganda's equatorial positioning means that there is very little year-round fluctuation in temperature and no distinct summer and winter season. This being said, the hottest months are January and February. The two Wet seasons are from September to November and March to May.

With this in mind, tourists are advised to travel during the two Dry seasons (June to August and December to February) when animal viewing is at its best.

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