If you are looking for the best spots for gorilla tracking, let’s visit Uganda. You can take a gorilla tour mainly in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Mgahinga National Park and Chimpanzee Sanctuary of Ngamba Island. There are only 700 gorilla that still remain in our world today, half of those can be found in Uganda.
As you explore and enjoy the endangered gorilla tour, your permit fee will be used to protect these human relatives from poachers. This tour will include a visit to Lake Bunyoni. This lake is the deepest crater lake in Africa and famous for many fish species and bird watching.
Jinja is the second largest city after Kampala.It is located near Lake Victoria where the source of river Nile begins. A tour to Jinja will be very interesting especially after seeing the longest river in the world. Other animals you are expected to watch in the parks include elephants, buffaloes, bush backs, golden monkey and the leopard. You will also tour the Rwenzori mountains, Lake Mburo National Park and also Queen Elizabeth National Park. Uganda has many physical features ranging from lakes, rivers, mountains, rain forest, vegetation, various game parks and game reserves. The people of Uganda are welcoming, friendly with a lot of hospitality.
Your tour will not be complete until you visit the Masai Mara National Park. It’s the most famous park in Kenya and has the highest wildlife population compared to all other parks. Visitors from all over the world come in large numbers through out the year to watch the annual wildebeest migration which involves over 1.5 million of wild animals. Here you will be able to watch the big five(lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo). You will also see a large number of zebras, antelopes, giraffes, hippos, hyenas among many others. As you drive through the Masai Mara, you will meet the Masai tribe who are the local people. You will visit their village where you will learn their cultures as they entertain you with their music and dance.
Another attraction you will not miss is a tour to Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha. Lake Nakuru is a salt water lake with alkaline coral reefs which favor the condition of the large flock of pink flamingos. Watching such a large number of flamingos is quite interesting as you take your photos. You will also see other bird species and wildlife in Nakuru National Park. Lake Naivasha is fresh water lake and with a lot of fish species. Here, you will easily see many hippos. The two lakes among other lakes and rivers are situated in the Great Rift Valley.
Jackline Mwathe Is A Tour Operator And Has Been Organizing And Reporting On Kenya Vacation, Travel And Tours For Years. For more information on African Tourism, visit her site at KENYA SAFARI