Situated on the east coast of Africa, this tropical paradise is blessed with thousands of miles of pristine coastline. With its idyllic beaches fringed with palm trees and lapped by crystal-clear waters brimming with a dazzling array of marine life, this enchanting African country is an ideal adventure destination.. With an abundance of activities such as snorkelling, sunset cruises, horseback-riding and world-renowned scuba diving. Those seeking a more remote getaway can head for the isolated beaches of several remote islands just off Mozambique’s coast, offering some of the clearest water and unspoiled scenery this world has to offer.
What We Love About Mozambique
Gorgeous gorillas — No matter what you choose to do in Uganda, Mountain gorillas are the rightful stars of the safari. Tucked high on the misty cool mountainsides, these families are not unlike our own. Protective fathers sitting sentry, mothers trying to wrangle wily children, and youngsters with boundless energy testing their limits and abilities every day. It is a beautiful experience to sit alongside these creatures and witness a fragment of their world.
Active conservation — Various destinations in Uganda offer you the chance to assist in research or care for rescued wildlife. Spend a day habituating chimpanzees in Kibale Forest or perhaps assist a lion researcher in collecting valuable data in Queen Elizabeth National Park. For those who need to know more about the care of rescued animals, Ngamba Island and the Uganda Wildlife Education Center offer hands-on experiences and in-depth discussions about issues facing wildlife in the country.
Authenticity — There is a very peaceful and calm vibe when traveling through Uganda. Local artists and vendors are very subtle and quiet in contrast to their counterparts in other East African nations. Culture, heritage, and tradition are treated with reverence and are unexpectedly genuine and warm. The Karamajong people near Kidepo Valley are fascinating and genuinely invite you to mingle in their villages. The marginalized Batwa in the Bwindi area share their ancient ways of survival in the forest with visitors. Travelers may come to view gorillas but they will go home loving the Ugandan people.
Big journeys start with small steps...
~ African Proverb