Updated: Jul 24
At Uganics, we want to help you easily find outstanding tourist sites to visit while on your trip to Uganda. From mountain gorillas to the source of River Nile. Here are the five places you must visit.
1. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
At this national park, you can enjoy gorilla trekking. You get to visit the mountain gorillas and enjoy the ultimate Gorilla experience. The park offers tailor made and scheduled Gorilla trekking and wildlife safaris in Uganda and Rwanda at unbeatable prices. In addition to your gorilla trek, they combine your tour with other interesting activities such as chimpanzee trekking, game viewing, mountain hiking, community tourism and so much more!
We believe that they strive to ensure that you enjoy the most memorable Adventure in East Africa. Visit their website to learn more and plan your memorable experience.
While on this tour, we recommend that you prepare to protect yourself from mosquito bites that can cause malaria. Our Mosquito Repellent Soap is your go to product as it protects you for up to six hours. Visit our store to learn more.
2. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
According to its website, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is Uganda’s smallest but most scenic national park at 33.7 sqaure kilometers. It is located in South Western Uganda and sits high in the clouds, at an altitude of between 2,227m and 4,127m. It is an important habitat to the remaining mountain gorillas in the world. It lies close to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, another home to the endangered mountain gorillas in Uganda.
Whether you’re looking for mountain gorilla trekking, a lifetime wildlife adventure, or want to immerse yourself in the stillness of nature—go hiking, backpack or take a nature walk in one of the most beautiful places, you’ll find your place in Mgahinga National Park.
They have unique packages for your everyone's needs. Visit their website to learn more.
3. Source of the River Nile
Here, they offer blended safaris, the best adventure tours,and best tour activities, airport pick ups, hotel bookings, camp fire, car hire and so much more.
One of their customers said that "You can see so many different types of birds that you didn't experience ever. Big size of lizards seems a little bit scary but interesting. Love to visit the place again."
Visit their website to learn more.
4. Kidepo Valley National Park
According to their website, Kidepo Valley National Park is considered as one of the best wilderness areas in Uganda. They have various tour packages that we believe stand out from the rest.
Visit their website now to learn more.
5. Ssese Islands
According to their website, Ssese islands is Uganda’s paradise on earth. Blessed with tropical weather, sun all year and sandy white beaches, it is Uganda’s equivalent to Zanzibar. Ssese has even been named one of the best places to chill out by resort critics like Lonely Planet.
Ssese islands is the home to most of Uganda’s fishermen who make a living from the trade. You can watch as they go about their work in the quaint fishing villages and enjoy a range of fish delicacies while you are at it. You will also enjoy watching a variety of bird, and animal species which will make you appreciate the craftsmanship that this little landlocked country is.
To learn more, visit their website.
One more thing
When planning your trips, remember to protect yourself from mosquito bites that can cause malaria. We provide a long lasting mosquito repellent that can protect you from mosquito bites. You must know that with every soap that you purchase, we cross finance and subsidize the price of our soap to families in rural areas that are most vulnerable to malaria.
When you think of traveling and protecting yourself from malaria, think Uganics.