Uganda Game Reserves

“Africa condensed in one country,” or “The Pearl of Africa” are some of the expressions used to describe Uganda because of nature’s gifts to her. Abundant wildlife is one of these gifts. Uganda’s wildlife population has continued to thrive because of her wildlife reserves. Each Uganda Game Reserves is home to all forms of wildlife; from mammals like the African elephant and vast primate species to the smallest of rodents. Their views are picturesque with undulating terrains, diverse vegetation coupled with abundant activities to indulge in when you visit the wildlife reserves on a Uganda Safari. Here are some of the reserves to visit while in Uganda.

The Game Reserves In Uganda are quite many and the number might grow in the future depending on how fast the Ugandan tourism industry is growing. These game reserves are dispersed in various regions of the country and harbors a lot of wildlife leaving aside the national parks. In fact with time, some of the game reserves in Uganda will be transformed into national parks depending on how busy they get. Among the game reserves are Toro – Semliki, Matheniko, Katinga, Pian Upe, Ajai, Bokora, Aswa – Lolim plus more.

These Uganda Game Reserves are nice for game viewing safaris (also referred to as wildlife viewing) and are alternate place where you can carry Uganda Wildlife Safari. They might be less visited but still, they will give you an experience to explore the less explored wilderness of Uganda or carry out more activities like birding or nature walks. See complete list of all game reserves in Uganda.

  1. Ajai Wildlife Reserve
  2. Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve
  3. Toro-Semuliki Wildlife Reserve
  4. Bokora Corridor Wildlife Reserve
  5. Matheniko Wildlife Game Reserve
  6. Kyambura Wildlife Game Reserve
  7. Kabwoya Wildlife Reserve
  8. Karuma Wildlife Game Reserve
  9. Bugungu Wildlife Reserve
  10. Kigezi Wildlife Reserve
  11. Katonga Wildlife Game Reserve

A Wildlife Safari In Uganda is a great opportunity to discover Uganda’s 12 wildlife reserve. A wildlife reserve means any area of national or local importance set aside to preserve its biological diversity, landscape, or natural heritage as well as offering visitors great scenic viewing, recreation, scientific research, and regulated extractive utilization of resources.

We organise some of the most memorable Uganda Wildlife Safari to various Uganda Game Reserves because we believe Uganda is the most beautiful country in Africa following Winston Churchill’s description as the Pearl of Africa.

For the best Uganda Safari Experience, Saso Uganda Safaris is the best tour operator in Uganda organizing affordable Uganda Safari Tours in different destinations. Our Uganda Travel Tips that we provide is well articulated and you won’t miss any necessary things or equipment in your trip.

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You need a visa to enter Uganda. You can either get a visa on arrival at the airport, or before you travel. You can apply for single entry and transit visas on the evisas website. You can also apply for these, and other types of visa, at the Uganda High Commission in London.

The charge for the visa on arrival is US$50 in cash while the charge for processing the E-visa application yourself via the correct Uganda government website (http://evisa.go.ke/evisa.html) is US$52.53 including credit card fee.

Single Entry Visa is allowed to USA,UK and other European countries travellers who wish to stay in Uganda for a short period. … Foreigners who travel to a Uganda for tourism purpose or business purpose or medical purpose. The applicant needs to mention the purpose of his visit. Uganda tourist visa and Uganda work visa are the single-entry visas.

The official processing duration for a Ugandan visa as per the official Ugandan Consulates’ site is 14 business days. However, this duration does vary between 2 and 15 days depending on the Embassy to be contacted.