Uganda is a beautiful landlocked country. The wildlife of Uganda is full of fascination, and offers diversified species of mammals. The snowcapped Rwenzori mountains in Uganda are among the greatest hikes in the World. Uganda has so many incredible tourist places.
Semuliki wildlife reserve on Lake Albert's south shore provides a fabulous wildlife view to Safari lovers. Birders also get an incredible opportunity to see unique species of birds in the Semuliki Wildlife Reserve. Birders can also enjoy the Toro game reserve in Northern Savanna where over 400 bird species exist. The best fun part for me was the boat trip to lake Albert.
Kibale National Park has vast species of birds. It has the most significant number of primate species in Uganda. Kibale has forest elephants in large quantities. The infrastructure of the Kibale National Forest is extraordinary. As far as the mammals are concerned, Kibale has 60 species of mammals.
Bwindi has great biodiversity in its region. It offers the finest of mountain birding seeing opportunity. It always has been a special destination for birders to witness amazing birds of various species. The most famous thing about Bwindi is that it is home to half of the world’s Mountain Gorillas. The gorilla tracking of Uganda is unique and the most famous gorilla tracking in the whole of Uganda. Uganda also provides refuge to monkeys, bird species, chimpanzees, and elephants.
Uganda’s culture is enormously diversified, and it has a large frequency of ethnic groups in the region. Different ethnic groups speak different languages, such as Luganda, Nilotic, Swahili, and English. Christians make most of Uganda’s population; other communities that live in Uganda are Muslims, Sikhs, and Hindus. If we talk about festivals and cultural ceremonies, Uganda has diversified cultural events. The biggest cultural event in Uganda is Bayimba, which takes place in the 3rd week of September.