Rules of surviving a Uganda walking safari – Uganda is a walking safari destination, having being a home to four Savannah national parks and all of them having some African big wildlife like lions, elephants, buffalo, and leopards this is always a dream for travelers planning a lifetime adventure in Uganda should not miss this activity while in kidepo valley national park, Murchison falls national park, Queen Elizabeth national park and lake Mburo national park respectively.The following are rules that can make you survive a walking safari in Uganda
1.walk in a single file.
This means all the clients involved in a walking safari will line in one single line behind the lead guide, this is to avoid scattering in a vertical line which can scare the wildlife.
In order to have extremely successful walking safari clients need to ensure that they have the following with them before the walking safari starts as the sunrise comes up light bag pack, drinking water, sun screen, hut, lather man, energy bars, good walking boots and a rain jacket.
The Dry season is the best time for a trip to Toro-Semuliki Wildlife Reserve. The two Dry seasons are from December to February and from June to July. During the Wet season months (March to May and August to November) the roads become almost impassable and game viewing drives are very limited.