Some people are just not happy being in themiddle of things. They prefer the edge. They are frontier people. InAfrica, that means searching out the wide grass plains, broken only bydistant, soft, blue mountains. Gazing at distant horizons punctuated bythe smudge of scattered buffalo, not the ant-crawl of so many safarivehicles. In Uganda, that means Kidepo Valley National Park.
When a chimp whoops, you don’t really hear it. You feel it, somewhere deep within you. Some old part of you. Suddenly, you are no longer a detached observer; you are part of the forest world.
Introduction Traditionally overshadowed by the more famous grassland parks of Kenya and Tanzania, Uganda’s savannah parks are unique among safari destinations on the African continent. Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) is Ugandas most visited national park and is often paired Read More