Bird Watching safaris in Uganda
Bird Watching safaris- Uganda is listed among the top birding destination in the world with over 1040 recorded bird species that are spread to different parts of the country. There are over 30 areas that are reserved for bird watching activities. Some of the bird species sighted on Uganda bird watching safari are endemic and can be only found in Uganda and these include fox weaver birds, double-collared sunbird, and the rare shoebill stork that have made several tourists flock into Uganda for searching for them. On your travel to Uganda, you will spot many birds immediately as you have just landed at Entebbe international airport. Even when you have reached your hotel in Kampala, on your way to the destination or park let’s say everywhere you stand in Uganda you will be able to site at least 5 or more different species of birds. It is rare to move for a space of 5kilometers without spotting a bird.
Besides mountain gorillas and chimpanzee trekking safari, wildlife sighting, culture, and other safaris depending on our client’s needs, we arrange and design for you bird watching safaris to reserved birding in areas in Uganda. All the 10 Uganda’s national parks are good spots for bird watching. As you embark on the Ugandan bird watching safari, you will experience the commonest bird species which include the rare shoebill stork, giant Kingfisher, Red-fronted anti pecker African Fish eagle, Brown-chested Lapwing, Karamoja Apalis African Green Broadbill, Black Bee-eater, Brown-chested pullover, Brown-chested Lapwing, Green-breasted Pitta, Jahan’s Francolin, Purcell’s Illadopsis, Nahan’s francolin, and the Turacos. Other prominent species you can explore on bird watching safaris in Uganda include the African Harrier Hawk, Cinnamon-chested bee-eater, crowned hornbill, Giant kingfisher, Green pigeon, Martial Eagle, Mountain greenbul, the Secretary Bird, Shelley’s Crimsonwing, the grey crested crane, and Yellow-billed Stork and many more. Come and have to travel with us for the best birding safaris.