Top 5 Uganda Safari Destinations Ideal for Family Vacations


Today life is too demanding making it quite hard for many to really appreciate their loved ones that’s why it’s so important to get your family holiday just right. But in Africa, its only in Uganda where you can spend precious moments that you will cherish with your loved ones for life.Those looking for interesting, relaxing and amazing places to explore in Uganda,-a trip to Murchison falls National park, Bwindi National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and that to the Uganda wildlife Education Centre is surely something you will all love. Remember children in the middle years are a tricky bunch but Uganda has it all.

Murchison Falls National Park

The biggest wildlife game reserve in Uganda Murchison is remarkable considering the plenty of wildlife, beautiful dramatic falls on the Nile, Chimpanzees and other primates, eye catching views, birdlife and the well set family units in different accommodation facilities around the park. It’s a all year destination with interesting tour activities like game drives, boat cruise, top of the falls visit, chimpanzee trekking, bird watching, Rhino viewing .All activities can be enjoyed by everyone keeping the happy burning fame throughout.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

There is no worry of seeing mountain gorillas in Uganda because the chances are 99% and Uganda is a home to half of the remaining mountain gorillas in the world that it shares with Rwanda and Congo. All you need is to reserve your gorilla permits in time so that all you are able to track one particular gorilla family. According to the ratings of most travelers who have visited Uganda, gorilla safari tours are exceptional and affordable in all ways. Tracking mountain gorillas with your loved ones in the thick forest jungle and meeting them for the one hour duration is something you will never forget.

If you want to track gorillas and you have children, the park has children tour activities that keep them busy as you do the trekking. The fantastic beautiful jungle offers life changing wild encounter to thousands across the world.

Kidepo Valley National Park

This Uganda wildlife game reserve is God sent with all kinds of wildlife including the big five-lions, elephants, Buffaloes, Rhinos and Leopard. Wildlife safaris are all year and tourists spot wildlife all day. The ancient unique culture of the Karamajongs which refused to change with modernity hasn’t lost its charm and takes back to the life of true Africans .While in Kidepo National Park eyes can’t stop feeding on the beautiful plains of the park that extend to Kenya’s Masai Mara game reserve.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

This family spot has great access to the Kanzinga channel a home to hundreds of hippos, crocodiles and birds, tree climbing lions, several roaming park wildlife, chimpanzees and nature walks. A wide selection of lodges and campsites are with in the park providing family friendly services to visitors including special meal arrangements for toddlers. The park exciting tour activities are just enough to keep a family entertained on a week holiday if you have no plans of checking out other wonderful attractions of the country.

Uganda Wildlife Education Centre

This family spot is always frequented by many people including local and international tourists, celebrities but still it has maintained the high class value of all the wildlife species including chimpanzees, lions, elephant, ostrich, snakes, birds etc. No place will describe the different wildlife species to young ones better than the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre. It’s an easy drive from Kampala just 45 minutes and those staying in Entebbe town it’s just in a walking distance.


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