Eco tourism has become the standard moneymaker for the Ugandan economy. In fact, United States financed $ 4,000,000 in 1995 for its improvement, according to the American University website.
It therefore refers to the “Responsible travel to nature conservation areas that improve the well-being of locals.” Gorilla Tracking
According to Uganda Tourism.org, gorilla tracking is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state.
Due to ecotourism’s popularity, only six states are issued daily and allowed to see the gorillas for only an hour.
Therefore, it is necessary to book as far as two years if you want to take a gorilla tracking trip to Uganda.
Natives have not been protected much by ecotourism. For example, the official language in Uganda is English, which is not the native language of many Ugandans.
Even the two largest domestic groups – Bantu and Nilotic, which comprise 17 different tribes – must know and speak English when needed.
But they have their own cultures and languages and have become a beloved attraction in Uganda. Unless confronted or disturbed, they are always happy to receive visitors to their villages.
Uganda has many choices of safaris: However, because it has been strongly visited by eco-tourists, its sights have gained a reputation for being more expensive than in other countries that are not affected by eco-tourism.
The positive side of the cost is that Uganda’s wildlife is a little more protected, and therefore exists more naturally, than for its neighbors.
Uganda vs. Kenya
Kenya has been a pillar of African tourism for many years and is also a major share in ecotourism. But since it is leading in tourism, some effects can already be seen in its national parks such as overcrowding
While in Uganda, ecotourism has partly laid a foundation for proper planning and conservation of many tourist sites and attractions which are widely spread throughout the country.(Uncategorized)