What to See

To undertake Africa Safari Tours in Congo, Rwanda and Uganda, there must be a pull factor that would prompt a world traveller both amateur and seasoned to opt for them other than other destinations.  The magic lies majorly in what to see and these are the attractions that we are talking about.
Ranging from extensive natural biodiversity to amazing scenic landscapes and deep history, culture and heritage, the destinations of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda have got a lot of exciting wonders that have got the capacity to serve the varying interests of the travelling world.

Some attractions overlap while others are distinct to individual countries. Talk of Mountain Gorillas in Congo’s Virunga National Park, Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park and Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Chimpanzees in Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park, Uganda’s Kibale National Park and Congo’s Tongo Forest, Virunga Volcanoes which is a chain of eight mountains that straddle across Uganda, Rwanda and Congo, golden monkeys in Rwanda and Uganda and the Batwa Pygmies in all the three countries among others indicate an interconnection among the destinations.

However, these individual destinations have got unique prepositions that make them very attractive providing a reason for consideration while planning combined safari packages. The Eastern Lowland Gorillas, the Bonobos, Okapi and the famous Congo River in Democratic Republic of Congo; world’s most powerful Murchison Falls, world’s longest Nile River, world’s largest mountain caldera, world’s largest tropical lake and the second fresh water lake on the same scale – Lake Victoria, classic wild game including tree climbing lions and Kasubi Tombs in Uganda; and genocide memorial sites, Dian Fossey site, largest grouping of Black and white colobus monkeys in Africa and Canopy walk in Rwanda depict the individual destination’s credibility.

Prime Safaris & Tours Ltd brings out these magical attractions of the respective countries in detail before incorporating them in the safari packages.



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