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Uganda is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. With its dense misty forests, snow-peaked mountains, glassy lakes, and sprawling savannas, it’s no wonder Winston Churchill dubbed this wonderful country the ‘pearl of Africa’. While mountain gorillas are the allure for many visitors, there’s an astounding variety of attractions for tourists from the National Park to the Cutlural Heritage sites.For a mix of luxury and thrilling adventure Uganda is a top-contender.
From viewing one of the highest canopy walkways you might see in your lifetime in Nyungwe Forest to the rich culture, Rwanda is a beauty to marvel at.Cultural lovers can, check out the fascinating exhibits on traditional customs and beliefs at Rwanda’s Ethnographic Museum. Don’t miss the royal cows (and the singers who croon to them) at the King’s Palace Museum.Rwanda has also made the rounds about having some of the friendliest people & beautiful women in the world.It is surely a sight to see.
With lush plains, awe-inspiring mountain ranges, impossibly beautiful weather, a coastal region that rivals the Caribbean, and gracious people to boot, Kenya will simply blow your mind. It boasts of having one of the most developed cities(Nairobi) in the continent and a wide range of animal species from the Big 5 to lesser creatures. Kenya should surely be on every passionate traveler’s checklist.
Your adventure begins in Tanzania’s capital, Dar es Salaam, where you will explore the city on a bike tour with visits to markets, coffee brewers, food vendors, and artists. As your journey unfolds, you will witness the country’s changing landscapes and breathtaking beauty. Travel to Arusha to take in the majestic views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. Learn about traditional African cultures and arts while meeting with educators, artists, and musicians, and gain basic Swahili language skills that you can practice with your host family and local Tanzanians. Participate in a series of community service projects such as teaching English, renovating a school, or planting cashew trees, one of the local cash crops.