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Fun in Uganda

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all about the fun in adventuring the pearl of Africa....
12 years ago, May 31st 2007 No: 1 Msg: #14690  
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I had a great Safari experience in Uganda. My visit to Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth and Bwindi National parks left me with stories to tell. I was awestruck by the wildlife there. I camped at Ishasha a place endowed with climbing Lions for 3 days oops. The great water bodies and birds plus the generosity of the people left me planning another trip. Imagine the bliss i had from this Safari like one i had in Kenya last year in December.............Tell you what; i'll take time to forget about this safari!!! Am again there for another experience! it was really fun..................
cheers,
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12 years ago, June 12th 2007 No: 2 Msg: #15125  
so what animals did you see on your safari adventure? =) Reply to this

12 years ago, June 12th 2007 No: 3 Msg: #15145  
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Yeah plenty of animals and rare ones.......like Mountain Gorillas and this country has got half of the world's gorillas if you didn't know....These primates can be found in Bwindi National park.....I was awestruck by Climbing lions in Ishasha(Queen Elizabeth National Park), Giraffes, Zebras, and birds like the rare Shoe bill and many more......Queen Elizabeth habours the biggest number of Mammal and Bird species in Uganda.
My friend, if you wanna try it out, then this is the time and believe me you will like it........
There plenty of companies/tour guides that can help you on your safari while there. With me, the time i was there, i was happy due to guide i used, he knew almost every bird and mammals in these parks of the Peal of Africa. I guess he can help you out too.
hope to hear from you.
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