From its snowcapped mountains, to the dense jungles of Bwindi Impenetrable forest, sprawling grass lands in the remote but breathtaking Kidepo National Park in the Karamoja region, to the lakes and rivers teaming with aquatic life, to the powerful waterfalls in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda has a multitude of treasures to offer in its compact 236,000km2.
How better to appreciate this beautiful country claimed to be “The Pearl Of Africa”, but with people who know this beautiful country and all its hidden secrets but with Kibira Safaris?
Not only does Kibira Safaris Tours & Travel know what can be done, seen, but the best possible way to do it. The whole Kibira team pulls all the stops to ensure that right from the first contact, through the planning of your safari, to the subsequent safari itself, you will have a dedicated safari consultant to help you plan every step while our attention to details coupled with knowledgeable, efficient, friendly tour guides will guarantee you an unforgettable African Safari.
Though landlocked, Uganda covers an area of 236,040km2 of which 15% is covered by water and occupies most of the Lake Victoria basin, and strides the Equator. This allows her to enjoy a very unique climate with the high altitudes surrounding Ruwenzori, Elgon and Mugahinga Mountains
To her South, Uganda borders Tanzania and Rwanda, to her west, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya to her East and Southern Soudan in her North.
Celebrating her 51st Independence anniversary this year, Uganda got her independence on 9th October, 1964 but maintained its Common Wealth membership. Since then, Uganda went through a tumult political era of which the Idi Amin era is the most remembered. Political stability and economic growth have been enjoyed since the National Resistance Army, led by the current President Yoweri Museveni took power 26 years ago.