Solo Adventure traveler in Uganda, most of the travelers are looking at travelling to various African countries for adventure but they end up taking solo safari trips because they dont have groups to join. Many tourists have traveled to Uganda as solo travelers and still find Uganda the perfect travel home for the most amazing adventure the have never thought of before.
The best region for solo travellers in Uganda is Western Uganda, where you’ll find most of the national parks and reserves as well as magnificent landscapes and a huge array of different activities. In Western Uganda, you can go mountain gorilla and chimpanzee trekking in Bwindi and Kibale Forest, wildlife spotting and birdwatching on the rivers and savanna of Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park and hiking in the crater lakes area. Mwanzo Tours Uganda can join a guided group trek in the dramatic Rwenzori Mountains.
A great place to base yourself in Western Uganda is Lake Bunyonyi, from where you can easily go gorilla trekking in Bwindi, but also do a number of outdoors activities in the lake and in the surrounding area. In Eastern Uganda, Jinja is an ideal place for solo travellers. There are endless activities to fill your days, and you’ll be able to meet lots of other travellers in the town’s bars and restaurants.
Hiking through misty rainforest to find a group of gorillas playing, feeding and grooming one another, chasing a troop of chimpanzees as they swing through the treetops above you, spotting tree-climbing lions on a guided game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park, going on a boat cruise to see the magnificent Murchison Falls, discovering villages and plantations on hikes around the crater lakes, chilling out at a lakeside resort in Lake Bunyonyi, getting your adrenaline pumping tackling the rapids of the Nile River.
Solo female travelers should take the same kinds of precautions that they would anywhere else: Mwanzo Tours Uganda will advise you on what areas to avoid when you’re in a city, don’t walk by yourself on quiet streets after dark and don’t flaunt your valuables. Ugandan women tend to dress conservatively (always covering their knees) so if you want to minimize drawing attention to yourself, wear shorts or skirts that cover your knees, and t-shirts that aren’t too tight. The safest form of transport in a city is a private taxi.
It’s best not to hike alone in case anything goes wrong, so if you can, meet up with another traveler or take a guide from Mwanzo Tours when going on hikes. If you do go hiking or driving by yourself in remote areas, make sure you tell someone what your route is before you leave.
Personal safety in Uaganda
Personal safety in Uganda is another thing that counts a lot when traveling single. Most countries in Africa like Uganda that is a peaceful is always always safe but it is wises till to take safety precautions when traveling solo. In Uganda the local people are hospitable and so welcoming so you will always have good times with them but its recommendable to at least let your family know that you will be travelling alone to an African country.
These are mainly the engine of the decision when it comes to traveling solo to Uganda, and it also triggers the quality of the of the trip you will encounter. Solo traveler adventures in Uganda are usually expensive but offer good quality services right from the Guiding, transport and accommodation. However even a solo traveler has a chance of saving some money in the predetermined decision like choosing to stay in budget but nice accommodation, food and transport.