While widely known for its primate population, namely the massive mountain gorillas, Uganda offers so much more.

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From the expansive plains of Kidepo National Park in the wild far North, to the serpentine islands of dreamy Lake Mutanda, Uganda holds many secrets. Still, the primates have rightfully earned their fame. Track wild chimpanzees in Queen Elizabeth National Park’s Kyambura Gorge, L’Hoest monkey, chimps, and grey-cheeked mangabey in Kibale Forest and search for the powerful, awe-inspiring silverback mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

There are 13 primate species in Uganda, plus tree climbing lions, some of Africa’s largest and most accessible hippo pods, Rothschild giraffe and crocs at the base of the powerful Murchison Falls. Your Travel Guru has lived in Uganda, building and managing safari lodges and developing an extensive network of contacts that open doors to Uganda’s gems throughout your safari.

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