From the savannah plains, rainforest jungles to hidden cultural cities, Uganda has many obscure diverse destinations. With 10 national parks, 12 wildlife reserves, a multicultural population, and a stunning landscape, it’s hard to decide which places deserve the distinction of the best destinations to visit in Uganda. That’s why we considered a variety of factors, such as attractions, accommodations, and dining options, as well as ratings from thousands of travellers, to determine the best places to visit in Uganda. What makes Uganda a preferred safari destination to a savvy traveller is that its tourist numbers are still small and tolerable compared to its famous giant safari neighbours.
There’s a big chance that an ordinary traveller’s toes will not get stepped on, their lazy evenings will not be disrupted, or even they might be the only one on a game drive in the entire national park. The destination is a giant private reserve that makes private safari an affordable indulgence for an everyday traveller.Uganda has all the savannah plains, the rainforest jungles, the snow-capped mountains, and the indigenous African cultures to brag about. Having all this travel trove in one giant private reserve, I think, makes Ugandan people the most modest, welcoming, entertaining, and so much caring hosts.
Explore Uganda safari destinations and discover the best time and places to visit.
Traditional peoples who bring soul and colour to the earth. Welcome to Uganda.
Traveling in Uganda is one big off the beaten path adventure. it simply requires a little more planning traveling to Uganda is a lifetime experience. While many travelers visit Uganda for the mountain gorilla trekking, the country has so much more to offer.
The best time to visit Uganda is during its two dry seasons: between December and FebruaryRead More
Uganda is a landlocked country that is mainly made up of plateaus with a rim of mountains.Read More
Although Uganda is inhabited by a large variety of ethnic groups, a division is usuallyRead More
You should seek medical advice from your local health practitioner before travellingRead More
A passport is the only reliable and universally accepted identification document, and it provesRead More
The currency in Uganda is the Ugandan shilling (Ush). During the past several decades, Uganda’sRead More
Knowing Uganda’s Climate and Weather throughout the year is vital in preparing your Africa safariRead More
At White Plains Tours, as a wildlife and gorilla tracking Safari Company and together with other partnersRead More
A stable food item in the Ugandan diet is the matoke, which is a green banana that is mashedRead More
Tipping in Uganda is not obligatory but many travellers do leave tips and this extra moneyRead More
Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa. It is bordered by Kenya, South Sudan,Read More
The United States government rates Uganda as a medium threat for terrorism. TravellersRead More
Two simple rules to bear in mind when you decide what to take with you on aRead More
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