Uganda an excellent Safari destination
Mr Nkonge wrote that in spite of the effect the Ebola pandemic has had on the tourism sector in Africa, Uganda continues to have scores of tourists flocking into the country to enjoy this year’s festive season aligning with government’s position that there is no Ebola in Uganda.
There have been reports from Western media saying the African tourism sector has greatly been affected since the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, in actual sense, it has actually been affected and many Uganda Tour Operators and Uganda Safari Guides. Ebola hit the West African countries of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, killing over 4,500 people in the first quarter of the year which is miles far away from Uganda. Lots of thanks African Adventure Travellers, who organized a guided tour for The London Evening Post (The LEP) to clear the air surrounding Ugandan tourism with a major focus on chimpanzees. Chimpanzees share the closest DNA element to humans with over 98.7 per cent which means that they contract diseases like those contracted by human beings and can therefore be treated with the same medicines that treat human beings.
Many tours to Uganda focus on gorilla safaris and basically primates, however, any tourist who has not been to Africa, Uganda it the ultimate destination as it is Africa condensed. Start from the people, they are the happiest and most hospitable in Africa, the Wildlife say birding safaris, no other country can match our checklist, best for both short gorilla safaris and long which all make a climax mix of everything. Just try out a tour to Uganda and you will have it all inclusive. We advise that you take atleat a Uganda safari to have the best out of your vocation.