If you want to sit with mountain gorillas in the natural rainforest habitat, safaris in Uganda will meet your expectations. With a success rate of 90% success in finding the usual gorilla family groups in the unusual Bwindi Forest, gorillas in Uganda have become one of the most influential wildlife experiences in Africa, and this is the success of the gorilla population.
But you do not think safaris in Uganda are just about gorillas in rainforests: this landlocked country in East Africa is home to a variety of national parks and is a strong competitor to one of the best birdwatching destinations in the world. Head to Murchison Falls or Queen Elizabeth National Park to watch the great classic games, chimpanzees and river cruises.
Kibali, in southern Uganda, is a vast wildlife corridor with Queen Elizabeth National Park used by migratory elephants in search of water. A combination of tropical rainforests, wetlands, and grasslands, Kipal supports the most significant number of chimpanzees in Africa in addition to at least twelve other species of primates. It is an ideal destination for those who want to visit primate, including gorillas, with more than 320 species of birds registered, which is also a haven for those who dig.