We 4 friends cum colleagues visited Uganda a few months back. It was a wonderful trip. We have seen some of the thatched remains of the former grandeur years at the Kasubi Tombs, also we have tasted the frantic energy of day-to-day Ugandan life between the sun-cracked roads of Central Kampala; a place of beating markets (the city’s Owino market is said to be the biggest in Central-east Africa) and echoing mosque minarets (that soaring Gaddafi National Mosque is a not to miss!). At the end of town is the more straight-laced area of Nakasero Hill, where well-to-do villas house the country’s wealthy and expats.
We immersed into the dense forests and wetland forests of the grand Kibale National Park and in no way disappointed! What expects is one of the planet’s most impressive arrays of wild chimpanzee packs, and you can view these grand simians of Central Africa trawling through the underwood and commanding the canopies on game drives and safari tours of all various types.
There’s a kaleidoscope of other unique little monkeys to spot too, like the rare L’Hoest’s and the Ugandan red colobus.
We also wandered up at old fig trees and viewed some more new efforts to develop sustainable coffee plantations in the area. We have explored all these things with this travel company, They are great!