Miles away from the jostle and bustle of the city, in the North-Eastern corner of Uganda, there is a national park that is so far-off& isolated yet worth all the hours of travel; Kidepo Valley National Park for your Uganda safari. Also gazetted as national park in 1962 and also named and famed as the 3rd best safari park in Africa by CNN in 2017, the park sits on some 1442 square kilometres of open Savannah terrains, vast plains and mountainous landscape, sights that will quench the thirst of your adventurous spirit and satisfying a soul seeking solitude.
Rwanda offers the easier trekking: your chances of a shorter hike are higher and you will have more flexibility on the day, with rangers allocating groups to troops according to fitness levels. In Uganda, the hikes are often longer and steeper, although some prefer this “wilder” challenge. Now when you talk about Rwanda compared to others in Africa, it is one of the smallest countries in East Africa and when we talk about its overall terrain during your commencement of Rwanda Safaris, the country’s landscape is mostly mountainous with Karismbi being the highest peak at 4507 on the Virunga volcanic ranges.
If you are a wildlife or travel lover hunting for an unforgettable trip, a Gorilla Safari is definitely the one on the top of your bucket list. Spectacular scenery and an amazing wildlife feature Gorilla Safaris and trekking tours. Unlike any other experience in Africa, Gorilla Trekking In Rwanda is surreal and mystique. The jungle mists give an unrealistic atmosphere.