Trion Safaris and Tours

Uganda, known as the Pearl of Africa, offers breathtaking safari experiences year-round. However, understanding the best seasons to visit can enhance your wildlife adventure significantly.

Dry Season (June to September)

The dry season is arguably the best time to go on safari in Uganda. During these months, the weather is more predictable, and the wildlife is easier to spot as animals gather around water sources. The vegetation is thinner, making it easier to see the animals, and there is less risk of malaria due to fewer mosquitoes. This period is ideal for gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and game viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park.

Wet Season (March to May and October to November)

While the wet season might not seem like an obvious choice, it offers unique benefits. The landscape is lush and vibrant, and it’s the best time for bird watching as migratory birds are present. The parks are less crowded, and you can often find lower prices for accommodations and tours. However, some roads and trails can be challenging to navigate due to the rain, so it’s essential to be prepared for muddy conditions.

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