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Why Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa

Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa because of the abundant biodiversity, color, profusion, brilliant life and its serene beauty. The country has got a variety of things to offer intact everything you might need in the travel world is mist likely to be in Uganda. BBC Reference

Uganda boasts with some of Africa’s stunning landscapes, crystal clear lakes, snow capped mountains, tropical rain forests, semi hared savanna, primates, birds and much more.

The reason Winston Churchill called it pearl of Africa describing it as a fairy tale, with unique environmental attributes and the moderate climate due to the country’s location on the equator. Words are not enough to describe Uganda but you need to see the country for yourself. List of Custom Safaris

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Chimpanzee in Kibale national park. Uganda is truly the pearl of Africa

The devils cauldron known as Murchison Falls

This mighty falls can be found in Murchison falls national park, offering dramatic views of the ancient Nile which is the worlds longest river, squeezing through a narrow space of seven meters wide.

These wondrously forming a waterfall of 45 meters, then flowing in a placid stream to lake albert. The park itself is home to over 450 bird species and home to various mammal species. The Victoria Nile starts from the eastern part of the country in lake Victoria the worlds second fresh water lake and largest tropical lake.

The people

The people of Uganda and one of the most friendly people you can find on earth, they are warm welcoming and always hospitable to foreigners. Mist of the locals can speak basic English or Kiswahili language.


Uganda is very rich in wildlife ranging from the tree climbing lions that can also be found in lake Manyara in Tanzania, other animals in Uganda are; lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, bush bucks, water bucks, reed bucks, bush duikers, hyenas, Genet’s, hippocampus, bush bucks and many more. In Uganda, you can be sure of seeing the Big five of Africa.


The Ugandan people are very rich in culture, many tribes have preserved their cultures from the ancient times. The Kasubi royal tombs which is a burial place for Buganda kings recognized this place as a world cultural heritage site and its one of the most typically African built building with vegan materials in the sub Saharan. There are many cultural sites all over the country and a lot to learn from the people including the nomadic Karamojong’s. Tourists can get a taste of all cultures within the city at the Ndere cultural center. Uganda has over 45 ethnic groups.


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A Young Entreprenuer and CEO Inspire African Safaris Formerly Airways Tours & Travel, Member of (AUTO) Association of Uganda Tour Operators and Top Director of Inspire Lodges. A Relative Youth and God Fearing Gentle Man.