Uganda safari in November – just like April, November is also a month full of rain in Uganda. A low number of travelers come to visit Uganda for safaris this month due to the difficulty in spotting the wildlife in the national parks and the slippery roads and heavy rains that come with thundershowers which makes Gorilla trekking even more troublesome.
As a result of heavy rains in August, Uganda’s vegetation thrives in November. Dry plains turn to be grassy and all this makes wildlife viewing more difficult though the landscapes are captivating.
As November is a low season for tourism in Uganda, price rates are lower than the months when it’s a high season and if you don’t mind the potential rains and difficult trekking, it’s a time when you can still do gorilla trekking at a slashed price but again bear in mind that this is not the perfect time to visit Uganda though this can change due to global warming experienced in Uganda.
The western part of Uganda is the leading region for wildlife adventures as it mothers a large number of the country’s national parks and game reserves where you can take part in a variety of activities like Mountain Gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and Mgahinga gorilla national park and chimpanzee tracking in Kibale national park, boat, and wildlife safari sand hiking the Rwenzori mountains which are Uganda’s tallest peaks and the activities are adventurous in hiking and climbing mount Stanley, Africa’s third tallest mountain.
When it comes to adventures, Uganda is on top, ranging from gorilla trekking and chimpanzee tracking in the cloudy rainforests and white water rafting on Africa’s longest river the Nile River, trekking the highest peak in Africa.
Murchison Falls is another perfect destination and a visit to Murchison Falls will expose you to the powerful waterfall of the Nile welling in an opening in the Rift Valley is an immense addition to your safari in November. On a boat safari to the bottom of Murchison Falls, you will be able to see the large crowds of Crocodiles, hippopotamuses, elephants looking for water to drink, and several bird species.
Uganda has a city called Jinja a town in eastern Uganda that is usually on most of the adventure travellers’ travel plans. With its wide range of activities on the river Nile and in the neighboring areas. Topping the list of activities is white-water rafting on Grade 5 rapids. However, there are plenty of other adventurous options available. These include bungee jumping from a riverside cliff or horse riding along the river banks in the same region. Additionally, mountaineers can partake in hiking and climbing Mount Elgon, which ranks as Africa’s 8th tallest peak.
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