Are you travelling to Uganda and feel overwhelmed? It seems like a daunting experience but knowing what to expect and how to prepare for your
It’s time to escape the pressures of work and find that time to spend on yourself. Whether you’ve retired from work, want to have a family vacation, get into voluntary work or want to spend your days creating new memories while you travel the world; Travelers Link Africa is your ticket to doing all of the things you’ve always wanted to do with our customised Safari packages. Below is a guide to travel to Uganda.
June to August and December to February Dry Season
The best wildlife viewing months in Uganda are the dry seasons from June to August, December to February. This is the time when there is less vegetation cover making it favourable to spot wildlife as it congregates around the water sources. If you are looking at participating in primate walks, the nature trails are less slippery and less challenging. The months with the best weather are from January to February and June to July.
Travel Tip: These months are high or peak seasons and it’s recommended to book your primates walk permits and preferred accommodations in advance. Please note that within the tropical forested areas, the downpour is expected anytime but the skies do clear up thereafter. Pack some light clothes and sandals for comfort.
March to May and September to November Wet Season
This is a low season and the best time for the Travel Photographers! The rains have set in and the vegetation cover is greener than ever. The wildlife looks amazing against lush green backdrops and clear skies making it favourable for wildlife and scenic photography. You are likely to spot newly born wildlife as well. At times the road navigation is a challenge and some activities like nature walks can be delayed as the trails can become slippery. The heaviest rainfall patterns are in March, April and May while shorter patterns are September, October and November.
Travel Tip: Get steady hiking boots and rain jackets or coats which will come in handy. At times accommodations do offer low season rates leading to attractive tour price quotations.
No matter the weather as its unpredictable at times, Uganda can be visited all year round. So get that flight ticket booked, tag your friends along and get packing. Destination Uganda awaits to take you on a journey of a lifetime.
During your trip, you’ll also benefit from an expert tour guide.They’ll share their extensive knowledge of the area, guiding you through the must-see sights and hidden gems to deliver a truly authentic experience.They’re on-hand throughout the duration of your trip to answer any questions you may have.
Let your journey begin with Travelers Link Africa, our strength is tailor-made packages based on your tastes and interests. Tell us what you want and your budget, we listen and carefully design a trip to match with an absolute commitment to quality.
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