GoExplore safaris National Geographic Traveller Puts Uganda on the Cool List to Visit 2019

African Safari

Uganda Has been Ranked Number 16 on the top Destinations to Visit 2019 by NatGeoTraveller, the country is blessed with vast amounts of things to do unlike no other destination in East Africa, whether you are a first-timer or a recurring traveler, Uganda offers an off beaten track of Adventure holidays and African Safaris like no other Country.

GoExplore Safaris a luxury boutique Safari Company has Travel Specialists who have extensively traveled across this beautiful Country and continue to pride more of its self in providing the very best of your holidays while visiting Uganda. Our Safaris Across the well-Known Pearl of Africa are bespoke, Authentic and Offer a more outstanding service to best suit your holiday needs across Uganda.

Main attractions, if you’re yearning to get up close to the mountain gorillas in the wild, Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest has a more approach to the to getting up close to the recently critically endangered now endangered mountain gorillas.

The steady growth of its gorilla population is one of Africa’s great conservation success stories, with tourists playing an important role. Almost 20 families can now be visited by guided groups of up to eight. Trekking fees raise funds not only for gorillas and their habitat but also for Uganda’s other national assets including Queen Elizabeth known as a medley of wonders keeps visitor wanting more stays with a short visit to the Tree climbing lions and Murchison Falls National Parks, home to chimps, giraffes and hippos.

However, if you are on an Exploration to Uganda, Bwindi’s birdwatching trails, cycle routes, and craft scene after your gorilla trekking trip For more of our East African Luxury Safaris Please Visit www.goexploresafaris.com

 

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