Lake Bunyonyi (‘place of many little birds’) is undoubtedly the loveliest lake in Uganda. Its contorted shore encircles 29 islands, surrounded by steep terraced hillsides reminiscent of parts of Nepal…
Located between Lake Edward and the Rwenzori foothills at the bottom of the Rift Valley, Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most visited wildlife reserve in the country. Classified as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, it offers, over nearly 2,000 km2, savannas covered with acacias and candelabra euphorbias, forest areas, rivers, volcanic craters, lakes, and plains, thus unfolding a superb range of the natural riches of East Africa.
If you want to combine exciting experiences, beautiful landscapes and culture with upscale accommodation, this is also possible in Uganda.
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