+256 781751104 info@mondsafaris.com | mondsafaris@gmail.com
+256 781751104 info@mondsafaris.com | mondsafaris@gmail.com

Month

March 2022
The Fox’s Weaver
The Fox’s Weaver. The Fox’s Weaver – Fox’s Weaver is one of those that prefer moist habitats and is the only true endemic to Uganda, a country often referred to as Africa’s birding Capital during Uganda safaris. By description, it is a medium-sized weaver species with the male being more colourful than the female. The...
Read More
Karuma-Falls
Karuma Falls- Murchison Falls National Park.  Karuma Falls- The roaring waterfalls on the Victoria Nile are one of Uganda’s top tourist attractions. Locally named the Karuma Falls, a name which arose from a belief that Karuma, a certain great spirit, placed the stones that break the waters in the river. The spectacular Karuma Falls lies on...
Read More
Bugoma forest reserve
Bugoma Forest Reserve Bugoma Forest Reserve- Bugoma Central Forest Reserve is 411 km2, comprising a stretch of forest measuring 40 km. Bugoma is the largest remaining block of forest along the Albertine Rift Valley between Murchison Falls national park and the Semliki National Park. Located southwest of Hoima and northeast of Kyenjojo towns, and east of Lake Albert, in the Hoima district....
Read More
Gorilla trekking-Mgahinga
Gorilla trekking-Mgahinga National Park. Gorilla trekking-Mgahinga- Gorilla trekking in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is one fascinating and thrilling activity that is hardly mentioned when gorilla trekking in Uganda is being talked about and yet the park is a little hidden treasure with a size of 33 square kilometers. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is a scenic...
Read More
lake-victoria
Lake Victoria Lake Victoria, the largest of all African Lakes, is also the second widest freshwater body in the world. Its extensive surface belongs to the three countries; the northern half to Uganda, the southern half to Tanzania, and part of the northeastern sector to Kenya. The lake occupies a wide depression near the equator,...
Read More
kalangala falls
Kalagala falls Kalagala falls- The falls stand as one the greatest wonder on the Africa’s longest river, the Nile. They are strategically located in Kayunga district, Kangulumira Sub County in Kalagala village. The district lies in Central Uganda and was curved off from Mukono in 2000 and today, it consists of Ntenjeru and Bbaale and...
Read More
Grey Crowned Crane
Grey Crowned Crane. Grey Crowned Crane- The Grey crowned crane is scientifically known as the Balearica regulorum. It is a very elegant bird with and an ensemble of colours and a very interesting way of life. In most of its range the ethno-ornithology, its symbolic call which can’t be missed because of its loudness and...
Read More
Kyambura Gorge
Kyambura Gorge. Kyambura Gorge-  gorge is situated in the northeastern corner of Queen Elizabeth National Park, the gorge lies within Kyambura Game Reserve and was created as a buffer zone, protecting the park from encroaching human activities. The mighty Kyambura Gorge is an atmospheric underground rainforest situated at the flow of the great western arm right...
Read More
Mpanga Forest Reserve-
Mpanga Forest Reserve. Mpanga Forest Reserve- The Mpanga forest reserve is situated in Mpigi town about 37 kilometers from Kampala the capital city of Uganda, the forest reserve was mainly protected as a science research site in the year 1953, it first served as a scientific research site. The reserve is endowed with different bird...
Read More
1 2
error: Content is protected !!