Uganda The Pearl Of Africa

Where Adventure Meets Serenity East African country that sits astride the equator. A landlocked nation bounded to the east by Kenya, to the south by Tanzania, to the southwest by Rwanda, to the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and to the north by Sudan. ern

The nation is situated in the African Great Lakes region and shares a significant chunk of Lake Victoria with Kenya and Tanzania. Uganda has a variable but mostly equatorial climate and is located in the Nile basin. Uganda is named after the Buganda kingdom, which ruled over much of the southern region of the nation, including Kampala, the capital.


Uganda enjoys a tropical climate, with abundant sunshine all year round. Uganda’s temperatures are
moderate throughout the year. In Kampala, near Lake Victoria, average daily temperatures range
from 18° to 28° C (65° to 83° F) in January and from 17° to 25° C (62° to 77° F) in July. The
climate is tropical; generally rainy with two dry seasons (December to February, June to August). It
is semiarid East Sudanian savanna in the north near Sudan.


Uganda, twice the size of Pennsylvania, is in East Africa The country, which lies across the equator, is divided into three main areas—swampy lowlands, a fertile plateau with wooded hills, and a desert region. Lake Victoria forms part of the southern border.
Despite being on the equator Uganda is more temperate than the surrounding areas due to its
altitude. The country is mostly plateau with a rim of mountains. This has made it more suitable to
agriculture and less prone to tropical diseases than other nations in the region.