Spending Some Moment With the Beasts on a Uganda Safari

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Uganda is situated in one of the advantageous positions in east Africa. It stands in the northern and southern part of the world. Most of the wild game in Uganda is living in the conservation zones especially the National Park and game reserves. They reside in the forested area, grassland and swampy areas of the parks. Most of them can be spotted either in the morning during a game drive or in the afternoon as they creep back to there homes to spend there night. Most of these areas have unique features and animals that are sought after by most of the wildlife fanatics throughout the world.

As you wake up early in the morning, you are treated to a breath taking game drive in the renowned animal habitat of each park. In Queen Elizabeth, you head to the crater lakes region of the park.whne you book  a Uganda safari, these are ready to entertain you. You have high chances of meeting animals like lions, leopards, buffalos, antelopes, elephants, hyenas, hippos and so many others. In Murchison falls, it is advisable to take your drive in the Northern part of the park which is endowed with wild animals like giraffes lions, leopards, buffalos, water bucks, bush bucks, statungas a myriad of birds to mention but a few. In Lake Mburo national park, you have great chances of viewing the animals in when you move to the salt licking area .A number of parks entertain you with there abundant wildlife species. During your Uganda Holiday, these are some of the creatures you are to see

 Rising up in the morning to the sounds of the grabbling primates it is very amazing. Kibale national park gives you the opportunity especially when you spend your night in the eco-friendly primates lodge. These apes keep on calling to each other as if not caring about who cares to respond. The are the renowned chimpanzees that are a times called human cousins. Mountain Gorillas are also specie of primates that entertain you on your Uganda Safari. They are huge in size and have fur that is longer than any other primates' fur. They live in the cool Bwindi National park which is one of the survivors of the prehistoric ice age period. In all these parks are other primates like vervet monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, grey cheeked mangabey to mention but a few

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