Uganda, the Pearl of Africa and Rwanda have become the leading tourist attractions of East Africa for chimpanzees and safari pursuits.
In addition, the number of tour operators increasing every day in this country adds credibility and competitiveness in the tour and travel business.
Lately, tour operators in both countries have included the itinerary in one package. This means that you can book tours through Uganda’s tour agencies to cover both Uganda and Rwanda or through Rwanda.
Major tourism activities in Uganda and Rwanda
Added to our tour package is a variety of products that you should not miss and these include; Pursuit of gorillas, chimp monkeys, mountain climbing, bird watching, rafting, among others.
This is also known as gorilla hiking and it involves going out in search of gorillas with the help of tour guides and also our GPS system that helps in tracking these animals.
Uganda is a great place to enjoy this activity, especially within Kibaale Forest, Bwindi, Mgahinga Gorilla Park and the Queen Elizabeth National Park just as it is in Rwanda at Volcanic National Parks.
If you are interested in Uganda, you may search for Gorilla trekking Uganda, likewise for those interested in Rwanda. Tour operators in these countries help you combine packages for both countries.
Hiking and climbing
Our beautiful scenery says it all. Because of the various mountains found in the “Pearl” such as Rwenzori, Gahinga and Elgon Mountains, you ought to have the best experience.
This is through our mountain climbing activities which include hiking as we explore the mountain gorillas and also keep you healthy.
Rafting and Bungee Jumping
“The Pearl of Africa”, Uganda is where one of the world’s longest rivers (The Nile) originates, which makes it a perfect destination for the amazing and memorable whitewater rafting.
Still on the River Nile is a hilarious venture, “the Bungee Jump”. This is a sport in which one leaps from a height secured with a long nylon-cased rubber band from the ankles.
Can I include all these activities on my trip?
Yes, absolutely. However, some take a while so you need to consult with your travel and tour company to find out which season is best for you to enjoy the entire tour package.(Uganda, The Pearl of Africa)