A country with less restrictions in Africa for tourists Uganda ranked 7th, Uganda is one of the countries with less restriction for tourists and other visitors traveling to Africa, the 2019 report for hospitality in Africa recognizes and ranked Uganda as number 7th less restricted country for tourists destination in Africa.
Tourists from all over the world can visit and explore Uganda “the Pearl of Africa” with almost no restrictions, the only you need is just book your flight, apply for your visa which you can also get on your arrival at Entebbe Airport, Uganda welcomes all tourists so you don’t have in case you try to apply Uganda visa and its fails, I am happy to tell you that it is, even more, easier to get your Uganda tourists visa on the arrival at the Entebbe airport and all border entry points.
Uganda is ranked number one less restricted tourists destination among East African countries, Uganda also has the best tourist attractions in East Africa ranging from most endangered mountain gorilla trekking tours, chimpanzee trekking safaris, golden monkey trekking, volcano/mountain hiking, game viewing, and many others.
Kisoro tours Uganda recommends for those who are planning to visit Uganda and East Africa use an East African tourist visa which allows you multiple entries to all East African member countries, Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, and Burundi. East African tourists visa cost only $100 per person for 3 months (90 days)
Uganda is also home to more than half the world’s mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, currently, Bwindi Forest is the most famous national park in East Africa and also listed as a World Heritage site
A country with fewer restrictions in Africa for tourists Uganda ranked 7th and the top 20 African Countries with less restriction for tourists, according to the recent 2019 report for hospitality Uganda is ranked number 7 among the top 20 countries in Africa with less travel restrictions for tourists, in the same report also indicates that Africa is the second-fastest-growing tourism region in the world after the Asia Pacific.
In this report leisure is the main component of tourism in Africa where the tourism revenue contributes 71% which is the highest number of travelers going to Africa for leisure, gorilla tracking safaris, relaxation on the white sand beaches of Africa, Murchison Falls, and enjoy the game viewing in the savannah national parks of Africa most especially in East Africa
For those who more interested in Africa wildlife experiences I must say East Africa has everything you need most especially Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda some people would also include South Africa.
Uganda is a top tourist attraction in East Africa, Uganda offers you a number of attractions with a combination of culture experience, wildlife viewing, volcanic mountains, birds watching, and friendly people, among the top attractions in Uganda and East Africa, includes gorilla trekking in both Bwindi forest national park and in Mgahinga gorilla national park where by gorilla permit costs $600 per person but to be increased stating from 1st July 2020 you can book your gorilla tracking permit directly from Uganda wildlife Authority or through a tour operator like us Kisoro tours Uganda we are number one safari company in East Africa best in Entebbe Uganda.
Other attraction includes chimpanzee tracking which was ranked second after mountain gorilla trek, Kibale forest national park is very famous because it is home to more than 5000 chimpanzees which is the highest number in the whole world, chimpanzee tracking permit cost only $150 per person.
The is a number of game viewing in different national park and wildlife reserve, you can easily combined game viewing after gorilla and chimpanzee trek, game viewing id done in the savannah national parks of Uganda mainly in Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Parks, Queen Elizabeth National Park and in Lake Mburo National park, the above national parks are home to a number of animals which includes cheetahs, lions, leopard, elephants, zebras, buffalos, Uganda kobs, topis, Elands, Impalas, waterbucks, warthogs, giraffes, and cheetahs among other animals viewed in Uganda, there also a famous tree climbing lions in Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Apart from primates and wildlife experience in Uganda, there is a number of mountaineering experiences for you to challenge yourself with less difficulty which includes a hike to Mount Sabyinyo volcano (3669 meters high), Mount Muhabura (4127 meters high), Mount Gahinga volcano (3,474 meters high), hike the snow-capped margarita 5,109 meters on Mount Rwenzori which is a different experience that you will remember throughout your lifetime. We also recommend Mount Elgon (4,321 meters high and nearby Sipi falls.