And with travel being open again from the Middle East countries to many destinations, and with the dry seasons in Uganda being from December to February and June to September, the best time, and the best months of the year to experience the adventure activities would be during these months. Uganda is preparing the best African adventure experience for tourists traveling there this summer:
Gorilla tracking is one of the world’s greatest wildlife experiences is the thrill of a close encounter with the reclusive mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. Uganda has the best chance of viewing these delightful apes with the fact that it boasts two parks where they have been habituated for human visits is the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park which harbor over half of the remaining world mountain gorillas.
Discover the peace and tranquillity of Uganda’s beautiful waterways, and experience wildlife like never before, while learning the pleasure of being at one with the water and nature. The rivers, lakes, and wetlands cover about 18 percent of Uganda's total surface, including Lake Victoria, the largest fresh water lake in Africa and the source of the Nile river. All these provide a prime environment for canoeing and kayaking across the Nile, Lake Victoria basin and several other numerous water bodies across the country.
Enjoy the horse riding around Kampala Gardens, Lubowa and Jinja. A horseback safari provides the ideal way to explore the Nile up close, see a traditional Ugandan village and view the fantastic panorama from the hills overlooking the Nile River valley.
The landscape is spectacular, you will be in awe of the beauty of the area around Lake Victoria.
For adventurers, without at least one day of white-water rafting trip, your travel to Uganda wouldn’t be complete. Right at the source of the Nile you’ll truly experience and conquer these wild waters whilst bouncing on and off the untamed river.
Mount Rwenzori climbing:
The fabled ‘Mountains of the Moon’ in Rwenzori Mountains National Park, one of Uganda's UNESCO heritage sites lie in Western Uganda along the Congolese border where the snow-covered equatorial peaks rise to a height of 5,109 m and the lower slopes are blanketed in moorland and rich montane forest.