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What Awaits in Uganda and Kenya on Safari


Uganda and Kenya are fairly having a big number of populations from at least 20-40 million people in each country. So as you enter be it the covid-19 error or not you will find people.

Traveling however on an east African safari is a wonderful feeling and the best you will get from the great wild beest migration in Kenya to the mighty gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park Uganda.

Tropical rain forests and vast land s for agriculture, fresh shores of lake Victoria, the lash green vegetation and tall trees with quite a number of people along the way. Most Uganda safaris will start her in Entebbe and head out of the country to either west toward Lake Mburo national park or through the eastern parts of Jinja to Kidepo valley national park.

Because of the ecosystems, Uganda has excellent terrain for a wide variety of safaris, from traditional game drives through golden grassland seeking lion or elephant to strapping on your hiking boots and trekking through lush rain forest.

The traditional big national parks here include parks, Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls, Bwindi impenetrable national park, Kibale National Park and Kidepo valley national park. A sighting of lion, elephant or leopard here is a moment to treasure as well as a must see gorillas and chimpanzees.

On the other hand in Kenya, the safaris are quite amazing from all the angles og the country. Vast with plain lands that are covered with vegetation and houses fr Kenyans and their animals.

Amboseli National Park, Masai Mara national park, Lake Nakuru and all the other wild places await for travellers to come and see. Kenya has revamped their hotels because they are now operating under half capacity.

Be sure to cough some good money on a Kenya Uganda safari because due to Covid they are inquiring more and more costs in order to give the best service to their clients.

What are the new travel trends in Uganda Kenya safaris

  • Putting on masks. As a must entering anywhere in Kenya be it a hotel or a national park. You will be required to put on a mask. While putting on a mask we believe to be protected from you as well us protecting you from us
  • Having a –ve PCR test: upon arrival in Kenya or Uganda you will be subjected to a mandatory PCR test of Covid -19. If the results are negative you are good if positive you will be subjected to quarantine in hospital or hotels that you cater for yourself financially.
  • Cafew on the road: Not all the time is moving time in Kenya and Uganda at all. The do have curfew at 19 hours until 5:00 am in the morning.
  • Increase in travel activities: yes the travel activities have been revised and new one have been created and put on standard. However this may come with some extra cost to the end user. Lodges and hotels have also increased a little bit on their fares as well as car rental services.

What can you do in Kenya right now?

Travelers expecting a pre-pandemic Kenya Safari Experience are in luck. Kenya right now is offering magical experiences ant the expense of two. The experiences in Kenya will be of a life time; because where you will be squeezed to see something you will be a few and get it to the fullest.

At the Sheldrick Elephant and Rhino Orphanage, for example, private groups are only allowed by request and once a day at 3 p.m. Prior to the pandemic, more than 500 people flocked to the animal orphanage to see baby elephants and Maxwell, the blind white rhino. Now, group sizes are reduced to only 10 people per day for a more intimate experience.

With a lot of Covid-19 infections in Kenya and the whole world, at the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife. You will be required to wash your hands thoroughly, check your temperature with a mask on your face. Here you will be able to access the premises though for shorter period of time. However the good part is their will be shorter lines compared to how it used to be.

When you go on the side of safaris and excretions. Tourists are limited also to a few things. You will be able to do a game drive but not touching or staying in a place for a long time. When you look at the masai persons for example there will be no more community interactions in Amboseli National Park. You can only do a few views but no interactions to keep the indigenous person’s safe and free from the corona virus infections.

Tourists will have to wait little longer to enjoy the experiences of the local Masai persons. The jumping and dancing safe put on hold for now. If you love the cultural excursions you will have to wait little longer for now and enjoy the normal safaris without any interactions at all.

In case you have planned to visit Kenya for your next travel destination: or you feeling like seeing the once in a life time big five. Lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and the Buffaloes in their natural habitat.

The great wild beast migration, that usually happens once a year from Kenya to Tanzania and also back to Kenya. Thousands of the wild beasts migrate through there River Mara to Kenya for great pastures.

The migration is also a tag of war and its survival for the fittest as the crocodiles be set waiting for a free daily meal on the beasts. They suffer a lot and some lose lives as well as being lame through this deadly river.

Yes you are in luck; these have actually been in their home well live and kicking. They have been actually very well without any disturbances at all. Because we take a lot of time visiting them sometimes we do destruct them a lot.

Like most countries, Kenya has not gone untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic, but President Uhuru Kenyatta and the country’s Ministry of Health have taken necessary steps to keep domestic and international travelers safe, including an imposed curfew and mask-wearing mandate. Remember, your safety comes first, but if you’re ready to travel again well come to Kenya.


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