Mr L – Uganda (May 2019)

Highlights included chimps, gorillas and shoebill storks. The lodges were great and I was encouraged and pleased to see the level of interest in and knowledge of issues relating to water, plastic, energy use, etc in Uganda. The national parks and reserves seemed well managed with enthusiastic and knowledgeable staff who are well-trained in the care of visitors.  We managed to cram in a lot and although there was a concern on the first day, the weather did not impact too badly on the tour, luckily with some of the worst rains being at night. (Itinerary included Kibale Forest, Semiliki, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and Lake Mburo National Park).