I was there admiring the beauty of Uganda; I couldn’t keep quiet and I said, this country is beautiful
It was a truly amazing experience to host our annual conference in Uganda. Work and cultural experiences were great.
Dubbed ‘the pearl of Africa’ by Sir Winston Churchill, Uganda is one of the continent’s most beautiful and welcoming countries
Fantastic wildlife and some of the friendliest people in Africa made Uganda ideal for our team building activities
After the CHOGM conference we visited Uganda’s biggest attraction the mountain gorilla. Seeing these gentle giants has been one of my best wildlife experiences ever.
It’s been said by better people than me that Uganda is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. In fact, as far as I am concerned, it’s one of the most beautiful countries in the world and I don’t just mean it’s physically beautiful.
Most people understandably come to Uganda for its mountain gorillas – half of the world’s population of around 730 lives in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and spending that precious hour with them has become a “must-do” for anyone who loves Africa and its wildlife.
Most of the superlative descriptions you read about Uganda are totally true, and it really is a place of shimmering lakes, lofty mountains and mysterious forests.
As I have a passion for responsible, sustainable wilderness experiences in beautiful natural surroundings, I find Uganda very hard to fault. It’s the quintessential safari destination, home to numerous International Hotels, tour companies and individuals who are wholeheartedly committed to caring for the environment and conserving wildlife.