Uganda is situated in Africa and a landlocked country but is gifted with moderate climate suitable for human settlement. This is because, she receives both sunny and rainy seasons throughout the year which favours proper growth of crops and this justifies why Uganda is evergreen.
More so, Uganda is strategically located in East African, boarded by Kenya in the east, Democratic Republic of Congo in the west, Sudan in the north and Tanzania in the south. This justifies why Uganda is politically a stable country.

The country is also endowed with the sources of wonderful water bodies like River Nile which is the longest in Africa, Shares part of Lake Victoria which is the largest in east Africa. Others include, Lake Albert which demarcates Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo in the west, Lake Kyoga which drains Uganda’s central region and has enables irrigation farming in the country hence high food production. The above exhibits why Uganda is an agricultural country!

Being a tourists’ destination is evidenced by many game reserves and National Parks like Murchison Falls National park which is the largest in the country, followed by Queen Elizabeth National park, Bwindi Forest National park, Kidepo Valley National park among others. Such parks protect a large number of wildlife and unique vegetation types.

The  tour to Uganda National park reward you with the view of the amazing mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, elephants, Lions, Giraffes, crocodiles, waterbucks, zebras, Hippos, Antelopes, Bush pigs, Buffaloes, Baboons, Bush babies, Hyenas, monkeys, Uganda Kobs, squirrels  to mention but a few. Birds like Flamingos, eagles, crested cranes, shoebills and so on.
Having evergreen vegetation also justifies why the country is called “the pearl of Africa”. Uganda is dominated by tropical forest like Mabira which is the largest, Maramagambo, Marabigambo, Bwindi impenetrable forest among others.

All in all, Uganda is famously known for mountain gorilla tracking in the impenetrable forests of Bwindi National Park. This is a home to half of the world’s last remaining population of the critically endangered mountain gorillas. The other gorilla population is found in Volcanoes National park in northern Rwanda, Virunga National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo and Mgahinga National Park in south western Uganda.