The Uganda Safari in September starts the second rainy season of the year, as it begins from southern Uganda, proceeding to the northern part of Uganda, it is not the perfect month to visit national parks or do gorilla tracking, but if are willing to stand the rains which make roads and almost impassable and its difficult to trek gorillas as they are found in the mountainous areas then you will in position to save on the accommodation and other services which are at low costs during this period.
Uganda is among the world’s most bio-diverse countries and is home to 13 types of primates and about 330 mammals, of which 6 are endemic to Uganda, and about 1040 bird species, and it always features a wide range of landscapes, from Africa’s highest mountain range and the source of the river Nile the world’s longest river, the Nile river.
A good number of travelers think of Kenya and Tanzania when it comes to East African Safaris, Uganda has the mountain gorillas that these neighbors don’t have. Uganda as a country is the home of almost half of the world’s mountain gorilla population. Trekking and tracking these great gentle giants in their natural habitat is indeed a lifetime experience among the wildlife experiences on the globe and the leading reason why Uganda receives tourists from all over the world.
Uganda is a beautiful country with a lot to offer visitors, including the chance to see chimpanzees in the wild. Chimpanzee tracking is a fascinating experience that will stay with you forever.
September is the end of the dry season in Uganda, but the short rains can start anytime. If you’re planning a safari during this time, be prepared for wet weather. Gorilla treks in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park usually continue even when it’s raining, so you can still enjoy this experience even if the weather isn’t perfect.
With a little planning and preparation, you can have a safe and enjoyable safari in Uganda.
If you are so lucky and you get a total dry month, then wildlife will be quite easy to trek and spot as they feed on the vegetation and the fact that the water sources will be drying at this period in the season and this means the animals will gather around the remaining water sources for refreshing.
Kibale Forest National Park is the only poor national park in September in terms of weather. If you were planning a chimpanzee trekking safari in September, for your best experience, we highly advise you consider other months of January and February as well as June and July which are the best seasons for tracking the chimpanzees.
Usually, Uganda’s temperatures stay stable even though they will be little rain, implying that no matter what time of the year you travel, be assured of a variety of alternatives for your unbeatable wildlife experiences.
Get in touch with Safari Vacations And Travel Services for up-to-date information about your Uganda safari in September and weather updates, we assist you in planning your safari and securing the trekking permits.