Christmas is a religious holiday festival celebrated by Christians and non Christians all over the world commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, this always happens on the 25th of December every year and for most people Christmas holiday starts from 24th December to 1st January.
Christmas travel packages for Uganda
Uganda is a landlocked country situated in East Africa, it boasts as one of the top tourists destinations in the world and spending your Christmas holiday in this beautiful country would be one of the best things can do in a life time! Below are some ways you can spend Christmas in Uganda.
3 days Jinja package
Jinja is a city located in the Eastern part of Uganda just about 2 hours drive from Kampala, the city is also often known as the adventure capital of East Africa! You can travel to Jinja for a 3day holiday and enjoy activities like Bungee jumping, Boat cruise to the source of the world’s longest river, quad biking, horse riding along the Nile, biking, nature guided walks, white water rafting and kayaking among the rest.
2 day Murchison falls
Murchison falls National Park is located in the north western part of Uganda and it’s the country’s largest national park bisected by the world’s longest river. You can travel to Murchison falls national park for a 2 day holiday and enjoy wildlife viewing, chimpanzee trekking at Bundongo forest, nature guided walks, boat cruise in the Nile and hiking to the top of the Nile.
3 day Queen Elizabeth national park
Queen Elizabeth national park is located in the western part of Uganda and its one of the best destinations for you to spend Christmas from. You can enjoy wildlife game drives at the Kasenyi plains on the first day, Take a boat cruise at the magnificent Kazinga channel and visit the crater lakes on day 2 and finish up with a game drive at Ishasha sector of the park to view the tree climbing lions.
3 day gorilla trekking
Uganda is home to half population of the endangered mountain gorillas, you can see mountain gorillas at Bwindi impenetrable forest national park or Mgahinga gorilla national park while in Uganda. The best way to spend your 3 day Christmas holiday is by flying in to Kigali and travel to Mgahinga or Bwindi on the first day, Trek mountain gorillas on the second day and travel back to Kigali to fly out on the third day.
5 day chimpanzee trekking and wildlife viewing
Kibale forest national park is the best place for tracking Chimpanzees while in Uganda; the park has been dubbed as the primate capital of the world endowed with over 13species of primates. You can track chimpanzees in Kibale then visit Queen Elizabeth national park for wildlife viewing during your Christmas holidays in Uganda.
In conclusion there are a lot of activities you can engage in while on a Christmas holiday in Uganda but where to visit will depend on the traveller’s choice and interest.Tags: Travel Blog