Uganda is a landlocked nation in East Africa. It is flanked toward the east by Kenya, toward the north by South Sudan, toward the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, toward the southwest by Rwanda, and toward the south by Tanzania.
Head to the island of Zanzibar, where you’ll discover coral atolls and all the beautiful Indian Ocean fish you’d expect, and changed diving with some incredible float dives. Visibility can be as much as 100m. On the other hand head to Pemba Island for profound dives down to 40m and sharks!
Uganda is the Pearl of Africa, a nation with phenomenal regular view and a rich mosaic of tribes and societies. Going through Uganda you will be enthralled by its magnificence, overpowered by the amicability of its kin and interested by all that Uganda brings to the table.
Environmentally, Uganda is the place the East African savannah meets the West African wilderness. Where else however in this exceptionally lavish destination can one watch lions slinking the open fields in the morning and track chimpanzees through the rainforest undergrowth the same evening, then the following day explore tropical channels overflowing with hippos and crocodiles before setting off into the cloudy mountains to visit the great mountain gorillas? Uganda is the main safari destination whose scope of backwoods primates is as noteworthy as its determination of plain pronghorns.
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