Uganda, also known as the Pearl of Africa has 15% of its land covered by water. Lake Victoria which is the biggest water body in the land is found in the southern part of the country and it’s shared by Kenya & Tanzania. Uganda has a tropical climate with temperatures always changing throughout the year and no real winter or summer. The hottest months are January and February when the average daytime range is 24-33°C (52-91°F) with peaks of up to 40°C/104°F in the far north. Uganda shares borders with Sudan, Kenya, Lake Victoria, Tanzania, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Uganda’s attractions range from mountains, Lakes, rivers, national parks & game reserves, monuments, museums etc. Among the top attractions include the Source of the Nile River (the longest river in Africa) and Bwindi impenetrable forest which is famous for having half of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas.


5 Top Tourist Attractions  in Uganda


gorilla trekking tours in uganda



Queen Elizabeth National Park



Source of the Nile, Jinja - white water rafting


Rwenzori mountains climbing


Lake Bunyonyi Kabale