Welcome to African Motion Adventures ltd based and run in Uganda. We offer customised safaris that range from budget, medium range to deluxe price and quality. All our rates cover, guided tours, game drives, transportation, lodging and all the meals.
Whether your interest is in Mountain climbing, Gorilla tracking, Game viewing, Chimpanzee trekking, Bird viewing, White water rafting, Bungee jumping, Sport fishing, Kayaking, Cultural tours, Religious Pilgrimages, the country and its friendly people just simply holds most of the Africa’s secrets and waits for you to discover it with us!
Uganda is gifted with 10 highly treasured National parks, has a wide range of tourist attractions. Each park with her unique attractions ranging from Gorilla tracking, mountain climbing , boat trips , nature walks , butterfly hunting and many more.
Uganda is a landlocked country placed on the northern shores of Lake Victoria in the centre of Africa. Situated at the geographical heart of the African continent, Uganda is an agricultural country and 80% of its population is rural.
Uganda lies in equatorial Africa between latitudes 40 12” North and 10 29” south and longitude 290 35” and 250East.
It covers an area of 235,796km or a size similar to Great Britain or the size of the state of Oregon in the USA. It is bordered by Kenya to the East, Tanzania and Rwanda to the south west Rwanda and Sudan to the North.
Uganda’s equatorial climate is tempered by its elevated altitude. In most parts of the country the daily maximum is between 200C and 270C and the minimum is between 120C and 180C. The highest temperatures in Uganda occur on the plains immediately east of Lake Albert while the lowest have been recorded on the glacial peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains.
The average rainfall has been recorded in the dry North as low as 100mm annually and most parts of Uganda receive annual rainfall of 1000mm to 2000mm.
DECEMBER-FEBRUARY, THE HOT DRY SEASONS;
Ideal for birds and animal viewing and makes it the best or perfect time for Gorilla tracking too.
Asymmetrical rains at this time. Game viewing is excellent as the new grass is glowing. It is also a perfect time for Gorilla tracking.
This is a heavier raining season but one may experience muddy situations in the game reserves and slippery in the mountains areas that makes Gorilla tracking a bit challenging. However the chances of encountering Gorillas are up to 98%. The Gorilla permit prices are low a bit.
JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST;
This is a peak tourist season
It is a cooler dry season.
Exceptionally good season to see abundant wildlife and the best time to do Gorilla tracking .however the permits are slightly higher in this period.
OCT-NOVEMBER, THE SHORT RAINS BEGIN;
This is a period when one experiences migratory of birds begin to come and Gorilla tracking is a bit challenging.
UGANDA NATIONAL PARKS
Uganda is endowed with 10 (ten) National parks and 11 (Eleven) wildlife reserves. Uganda wildlife authority (UWA) is a government agency that conserves and manages Uganda wildlife for the purpose of the people of Uganda and the whole world.
Uganda has the following national parks.
- Bwindi impenetrable national park
- Mgahinga Gorilla national park
- Kidepo valley national park
- Lake Mburo national park
- Elgon national park
- Murchison falls national park
- Queen Elizabeth national park
- Semiliki national park
- Kibale national park
- Rwenzori mountain national park.