International Accolades to Uganda

Lonely Planet naming Uganda as best country to visit in 2012

National Geographic placing Uganda as one of the Best Trips 2013

National Geographic lists the Rwenzoris among the world’s best hikes – 15 classic trails

The travel word in January 2012, this image was selected as a judges’ favorite in the travel word’s photo of the year 2011

CNN Travel; Africa’s 10 best national parks voted Kidepo Valley National park – 3rd best park in Africa.

Virunga volcanoes in South Western Uganda, was identified as one of the top 20 places to visit in the world by National Geographic Channel.

Another CNN list of the seven new places ready to be discovered had Uganda in 4th position.

Uganda is regarded as Africa’s best destination for birders. The country, which is the size of United Kingdom, boasts of over 1,058 bird species, accounting for 11% of the globe’s total, and half of Africa’s.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park was voted Africa’s number one birding site by the African Bird Club.

Murchison Falls National Park was named no. 9 best birding spots in Africa by Birdlife Africa

Trip Advisor rated Bwindi Impenetrable National Park as the best tourism hot spot because of its serene, attractiveness and increased gorilla population.

New York Times travel named Uganda among the 45 places to visit

UNESCO world heritage sites in Uganda:

Kasubi Tombs – Three former Kings of Buganda are buried in an impressive traditional thatched house

Mt Rwenzori National Park – Located in Western Uganda

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – Located in South western Uganda and home to the endagered Gorillas

Suggested Safaris

7 Days Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration & Diani Beach Safari
6 Days Rwanda Primates Safari
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12 Days Uganda Primates and Wildlife Safari
14 Days Uganda’s Safari Highlights
Zebras in Serengeti
8 Days Tanzania Safari and Zanzibar Beach

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