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5 Hidden Gems of Uganda to visit this Year

Would you like to go on a holiday through the Pearl Africa but wondering which unique gems you can include in your travel plan? Here are some of the unique destinations that are off the usual beaten path;

Bigodi wetland sanctuary

The wetlands of this sanctuary, which is close to the nearby Kibale National Park, are home to a variety of creatures, including primates, and serve as a habitat for several bird species. Bushbucks, otters, bush pigs, mongooses, and sitatungas are just a few of the forest creatures you might see on a nature walk to the sanctuary. There are also about 200 different bird species, not to mention a shoebill stork that was observed in the papyrus of Bigodi Swamp.

Semuliki National Park

Semuliki National Park is one of the less visited but rewarding tourism destination in Uganda. You should visit this park if you enjoy adventure and birds because it is home to a variety of Uganda kobs as well as other mammals including elephants, leopards, and others. The park’s 420 different species of birds have earned it the moniker “real birders’ haven.” The Sempaya hot springs, which are located nearby and have male and female hot springs that are appealing to tourists, are the most well-known feature that unites this park.

Rwenzori Mountains

The Rwenzori Mountains are less marketed but offer a great potential for tourism in Uganda. The Uncrowded walks and several excursions may be done in the unique vegetation and some of the highest peaks of Mt Stanley, which is the third highest peak in the world with a height of 5.119 m. The mountains are of the highest caliber in the world.-class and magnificent blocks uncrowded hikes and multiple treks are carried out in the exotic plants and some of the highest peaks of MT Stanley the 3rd highest peak with 5.119 m. You can easily plan and book a Rwenzori trek with local tour operators including RMS, Rwenzori Expeditions, Mountain Slayers of Uganda or Rwenzori Trekking.

Queen Elizabeth national park

The most popular safari destination in the world is Queen Elizabeth National Park, where you can go on game drives and see fantastic safari animals like leopards, lions, antelopes, giraffes, and buffaloes as well as aquatic mammals like crocodiles, hippos, and other reptiles while taking a boat cruise to the Kazinga channel.

Bwindi impenetrable national park

The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, where people go gorilla trekking, is not very far from the Kibale forest, where you are. The highlight of our vacation to Uganda is going to see the gorillas, and we haven’t met anyone who doesn’t absolutely love this amazing experience.

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