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Uganda has a large variety of both fauna and flora that makes it one of the best tourist destinations in East Africa and Africa at Large as it has been described as “Gifted by Nature”. With 364 species of mammals, and 1,062 species of birds, Uganda is endowed with plentiful wildlife attractions. In Uganda, one can easily observe lions roam in the open plains in the morning and the evening in at least four of the major National Parks in the country...

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Masai Mara is “The” park of parks in Kenya. Its grass-carpeted smooth hills, the chocolate Mara river waters with frolicking hippos, as well as the rich faunal diversity, fulfill the expectations of any visitor searching the African landscapes portraited in motion pictures such as “Out of Africa” or “Mogambo”. Save particular tastes or special requirements, this is the park on top of the “must” list in the country: no trip to Kenya would be complete without a visit to Masai Mara. True that it’s not the best park for birdwatching, and true that some species are not easily found...

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Set at a relatively low altitude on the border with Tanzania, Akagera National Park could scarcely be more different in mood to the breezy cultivated hills that characterise much of Rwanda. Dominated scenically by the labyrinth of swamps and lakes that follow the meandering course of the Akagera River, the most remote source of the Nile, this is archetypal African savannah landscape of tangled acacia woodland interspersed with open grassland. Akagera is, above all, big game country! Herds of elephant and buffalo emerge from the woodland to drink at the lakes, while lucky visitors might stumble across a leopard, a spotted hyena or even a stray lion...

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Burundi is a landlocked country bound by Rwanda to its north, Tanzania to the east and south and to the west by the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Burundi is a hilly country with altitudes ranging from 2600-9000 feet (790-2745 m). The only land below 3,000 ft is a narrow strip of plain along the Ruzizi River which forms the western border north of Lake Tanganyika. The weather in Bujumbura and along the shores of Lake Tanganyika is warm and humid with average temperatures ranging from 64-89° F (218-32° C); frost sometimes occurs at night in the highlands...

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Uganda has a large variety of both fauna and flora that makes it one of the best tourist destinations in East Africa and Africa at Large as it has been described as “Gifted by Nature”. With 364 species of mammals, and 1,062 species of birds, Uganda is endowed with plentiful wildlife attractions. In Uganda, one can easily observe lions roam in the open plains in the morning and the evening in at least four of the major National Parks in the country. One can as well track the primates such as the colobus & blue monkey and chimpanzee the next day exploring the tropical rain forests plentiful of other primates and the birdlife...

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