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September 16, 2006 at 10:47 am #30176
I send you warm greetings from a “country which we Ugandan’s fondly refer to as the Pearl of Africa”.
Uganda has often been portrayed as a land of broken dreams and dictators, but of recent there is something more than that. Uganda is now a land of dignity and determination.
It is home to the famous Rwenzori Mountains, also known as the Legendary Mountains of the Moon, the virgin rolling hills of the Eland commonly referred to as Lake Mburo National park and to the source of the Nile, the majestic Murchison Falls, Africa’s largest lake, tree climbing lions and the largest flocks of skimmers.
A travel to Uganda is a reminder of where we have come from. While here, you can take time and visit Bwindi Forest National park where you will get the opportunity to interact with our wild relatives – the gorillas.
Other parks in Uganda can also be visited so as to see the chimpanzees, olive baboons, colobus monkeys, vervets and blue monkeys. Such is the diversity of our country. Nature in Uganda is as comical as it is awe inspiring. It is with this reason that I encourage you to come and see for yourselves. Travel is a passion that has to be fulfilled – just do justice to nature and visit Uganda. And please remember that no visit to Uganda is complete with out a trip to see the – GORILLAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gorilla in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest (Photo by African Pearl Safaris Staff)
As Sir Winston Churchill noted Uganda is truly “The Pearl of Africa”. From this very phrase emerged Uganda’s number tour operator – African Pearl Safaris (APS).
I encourage you to visit their website http://www.africanpearlsafaris.com for information on Uganda safaris.September 19, 2006 at 10:18 pm #31068
I would like to go to Africa photo-safary