Located in East Africa, Uganda is a country whose varied landscape seduces all visitors with its numerous natural parks.
Its beautiful landscapes, the richness of its fauna and culture give this wonderful country its nickname of Pearl of Africa. However, to start with some history, the Uganda Museum will welcome you to discover its extensive collection of exhibits relating to Ugandan culture, science, natural history and archaeology. You will also find traditional musical instruments, fossilized remains of a Napak rhinoceros or a cultural village of traditional houses of the different Ugandan tribes. After that, you can go to one of the sites classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kasubi Tombs. The main structure is made from organic materials, and its history holds high cultural importance for the population. Then, for nature lovers, Queen Elizabeth National Park will allow you to travel to the heart of Uganda's diverse wildlife and admire breathtaking landscapes and volcanic craters. The opportunity to go on a safari and observe the elephants living in the nearby meadows and the jungle king will be proposed to you. You will also find chimpanzees or antelopes. In addition, Murchison Falls National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (where you can observe gorillas) will not leave you indifferent. Then, to immerse yourself in the local life of the country, go to the Nakasero Market. Very lively and sometimes even a little chaotic, you will undoubtedly buy some souvenirs such as clothes, but you will also find fresh products.