Bwindi, Ishasha to Queen Elizabeth N.P Road
Descending from the mountains to the seemingly flat terrains and plains of kihihi-ishasha is an impressive drive with extraordinbally encounters. The views in the forest of Bwindi, the cool fresh breath, the monkey encounters if not bush elephants, the local life that later leads you to ishasha for the famous Tree climbing lions of Ishasha. The rolling Hills and incredible scenic views are a must see and drive through areas. The tree climbing lions of ishasha are incredibly fascinating as you encounter a pride hitching and lazily resting on the horizontally positioned huge Fig tree branches. Driving the remaining 70kms to the northern sector through the Maramagambo and Rwenshama fishing villages overlooked by an escarpment is more of a game drive with a lot of wildlife encounters part of the bio-diverse Queen Elizabeth National park.
Fort portal Crater Lake drive Road.
The recently graded road through the impressive crater lakes is surely a great idea to drive through. All the way from the outscarts of the kibale forest park through the kasenda craters is incredibly beautiful. Driving and viewing the craters from above is incredible breathtaking. This is recommended road when you would want to connect to Kibale forest for chimpanzee tracking ar the other way round if you would want to connect to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Mount Elgon – Moroto – Kotido to kidepo Road
There is no road in Uganda culturally endowed like the karamoja stretch. The ever improving road, graded and paved in some areas truly defines Africa and a hidden treasure. Starting from mount Elgon, through Pian Upe, Kotido and finally leading to the Hidden treasure of the wilderness; Kidepo Valley National Park. The cultural encounters in kotido would lead you visiting the biggest cultural manyata village and different karimojong people. There has been a lot of government intervention and NGO help extended to this area of Uganda and this has seen it continuously develop.
All Roads in Uganda are quite in a great shape because it has been more of a government concern in the past 5 years and yes these have been greatly improved. All roads are passable with your rented car on Self drive or preferably Guided tour. Our 4W vehicles among our Fleet are perfectly maintained to handle all the terrains in Uganda.