A video from Africa Adventure Safaris taking you on a tour of some of the highlights of Uganda, known as the pearl of Africa. Using HD cameras the tour starts in Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National park which is famous for being one of just a couple places in the world where lions have learnt to climb trees. After seeing the beautiful cats in this unusual environment you see the rest of what Queen Elizabeth has to offer - elephants, hippos, antelope, buffalo, fish eagles, kingfishers and much more seen both from a 4x4 on a game drive, and from the roof of a boat whilst on a river cruise in the Kazinga channel.
The video then moves on to Bwindi impenetrable forest - a world heritage site where you join a group to track the rare mountain gorillas. An experience considered by many to be the most incredible wildlife encounter on the planet. After spending an hour with a family of gorillas including a silverback the group returns to basecamp.
Following on from Bwindi the tour moves to Murchison Falls National park - Uganda's biggest national park and home to the most powerful waterfall in the world. Murchison is also the only park that has giraffe and you see them roaming freely in big families or 'towers'. Moving on from Murchison to Ziwa rhino sanctuary where you can track the white rhino on foot, another once in a lifetime experience getting with 10 meters of a family of huge rhino.
Last stop on the trip is the stunning Kibale Forest, home to large population of chimpanzees and one of the most beautiful areas in Uganda. You track the chimpanzees with an expert guide who describes their behaviour and moods.
For more information on the tours please see rwandagorillassafari.com
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