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Ten reasons why you should visit Uganda

Ten  reasons why you should visit Uganda:

 

1. Mountain gorilla in Uganda:


Mountain gorillas are the largest primates on the planet and have a shoulder width of two feet. They have a long trunk that they use to get food. They weigh over 220 kilograms/ 485 pounds and they share 98.5% of our DNA, these giant primates are one of the most endangered primates on the planet and these can be seen in Uganda in Bwindi impenetrable national park or Mgahinga national park, Rwanda in volcanoes national park , and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Virunga national park. There are only an estimated 800 to 1,000 mountain gorillas left in the wild. Gorilla trekking  a memorable, life changing and unique activity you should not miss .

 

2. Variety of wildlife in Uganda:

In addition to gorillas and chimps, there are many varieties of other wildlife to discover in Uganda. Herds of water buffalo in the shallows of the Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park and elephant march along dusty dirt trails. Keep your eyes peeled for elusive tree-climbing lions on a game drive in the Ishasha region ,The variety of wildlife in Uganda is a result of the diverse landscape and climate that the country has to offer. From the dry savannahs of the north to the dense rainforests of the south, Uganda is home to a wide variety of habitats that support a wide range of wildlife.

 

3. Cultural and Friendly people in Uganda:

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Uganda is a beautiful country with friendly and welcoming people. The culture is rich and vibrant, If you’re looking for a country with friendly and cultural people, Uganda is the place for you! The people of Uganda are some of the most hospitable and welcoming people you’ll ever meet. They are also very proud of their culture and heritage.
Uganda is a country with a rich history and culture. The people of Uganda are very proud of their heritage and traditions. They are also very friendly and welcoming, so If you’re looking for a country with friendly and cultural people, Uganda is the place for you and there is so much to learn and experience. It is a great place to visit, and you will be sure to meet some amazing people along the way.

 

4. Fertile soil in Uganda:

BWINDI FORESTFertile soil is an important aspect of agriculture and horticulture in Uganda. It is the mixture of organic and inorganic substances that allows plants to extract nutrients from the soil and make them available to the plant’s roots. In order for soil to be considered fertile, it must contain a high enough level of organic matter and good drainage.
Fertile soil is a term used to describe soil that is able to support a high level of plant growth and Uganda is one of the best countries in the world with fertile soil that is good for plant growth and provides the necessary ingredients for plant life and do not get surprised to see green in most parts of Uganda’s, its because of the fertile soil.

 

5. Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda:

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Uganda primate tours are not about mountain gorillas only, Uganda has more than 3000 chimpanzees and majority of these primates can be seen in Kibale national park and they are the closest relatives sharing 99% of our DNA. The Chimpanzee trekking in Uganda is an unforgettable experience that will leave you with a lasting memory .

 

6. Remote mountains in Uganda:

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Uganda is the remote mountain range of the Rwenzori Mountains and If you’re looking for an adventure in Uganda, Take a guided walk in the foothills of the majestic Rwenzori Mountains to find far-reaching views of jagged peaks and verdant hillsides soaring into the cloud-studded blue skies. Colorful butterfly flutter along the trails and exotic birds fill the air with sweet melodies as we make our way to the stream of a giant cascading waterfall.

 

7. The source of the world’s longest river:

Sauce Of The Nile-Jinja.
The world’s longest river is the river Nile, which is located in jinja district in Uganda . The river is approximately 4,258 miles long, and it flows through several countries including Egypt, The Nile is a major source of water for these countries, and it is also used for irrigation and transportation. The river has been an important part of Egyptian culture for centuries, and it is one of the most famous rivers in the world.

 

8. Tree climbing lions in Uganda:

The Ishasha sectorTree climbing lions in Uganda are pretty amazing. These big cats are known to scale trees in search of prey, but they also use trees to escape the heat and to keep an eye on their surroundings and these can be only be found in Queen Elizabeth national park in the Ishasha sector. As we all know it is very rare for lions to climb trees, the ones found in the queen Elizabeth Park are a rare case as it is hard to find climbing lions anywhere else as evident as it is here.

 

 

9. Equator in Uganda:

The Equator is line of latitude that runs through the middle of the country and bisects it into two equal halves, its located in Kayabwe, Mpigi District approximately 72 kilometers from Kampala city, while driving south west of Kampala, you will have an opportunity to see a Ugandan equator and its one of the most popular tourist attractions on Kampala- Masaka road, If you had to pick one country in Africa to visit, Uganda would be a great choice.

 

 

 

10. The organic food in Uganda

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Organic food is gaining popularity in Uganda as more and more people become aware of the benefits of eating food that is free from pesticides and other harmful chemicals. Organic farms are also becoming more common, as farmers realize that they can produce food that is healthier for both people and the environment.
The climate in Uganda is ideal for growing a wide variety of organic crops, including maize, rice, beans, and fruits. There is also a growing market for organic meat and dairy products. Consumers are willing to pay a premium for food that they know is healthy and produced in a sustainable way.
Organic farmers in Uganda are working to meet the demand for their products. They are using traditional farming techniques, as well as modern methods, to produce food that is healthy and delicious. With the help of government and NGO support.

 

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