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Alpha Wild Safaris offers a wide range of Tourist Activities on most wildlife safaris and tours to Uganda and Rwanda. Here are some of the tourist activities to take part in when you visit Uganda or Rwanda with us.

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GORILLA TREKKING: This is an activity that gets anyone closer to the precious forest gentle giants’ right in their habitats. Gorilla trekking is the one of the desired activities and most interesting especially when having the best experience with the mountain gorillas in their respective habitats.

BIRD WATCHING: This is one of the most considerable activities enjoyed by most bird lovers to Africa especially Uganda which is a home of over 1050 bird species that can be found in different habitats including swamps, forests, lakes, rivers, savanna areas agricultural lands among other habitats.

CHIMPANZEE TREKKING: This fantastic activity that involves searching for Chimpanzees in their habitat is majorly done in most gazetted areas of Uganda including Kibale forest national park, Budongo forest in Murchison falls national park and Kyambura gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park.

RHINO TRACKING: This activity discloses Rhinos in their natural habitat to those most interested in discovering more about them, done at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary in Nakasongola district near Murchison falls national park.

GAME WATCHING: This is usually done during a Game drive gazzetted areas for wildlife conservation. The activity is aimed at spotting on a variety of wildlife including the Buffalos, elephants , giraffes , zebras, antelopes like the Uganda kobs, waterbuck, bushbucks, lions, leopards among others.

Other Tourist Activities Include;

Adventurous City tours aimed at exploring more about the area majorly cities such as Kampala city in Uganda and Kigali in Rwanda.

Guided Mountain Hiking that involves personal courage to climb or get up on certain mountain ranges such as Rwenzori and Elgon in Uganda, Bisoke and Karsimbi in Rwanda, Nyiragongo in Congo among others

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