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    I realize this question is months old, but I'll answer in case anyone is still interested. Uganda's a great country to visit, and most people who have 2 weeks or less will go to the west (the Fort Portal crater lakes region, Kibale Forest for chimpanzee tracking) and southwest (Queen Elizabeth National Park for animal viewing and chimpanzee tracking, the mountain gorilla habitats of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the Virunga Volcanoes - great hiking at both, Lake Bunyonyi, Lake Mburo National Park, etc.). Murchison Falls National Park is also an excellent safari option that also offers chimpanzee tracking, and is a shorter drive from Kampala. For those with more time, a trip to the east of the country is well worth it. Jinja has great whitewater rafting, Sipi Falls on Mount Elgon is an amazingly beautiful destination for hiking, rock climbing, abseiling, relaxing, etc., and the Karamoja region (Moroto, Kidepo Valley National Park, etc.) offers unique opportunities to interact with the very traditional Karamojong people. If you're still in the planning stages for a trip to Uganda, 2.5 - 3 weeks (or more if you can) is a good amount of time. 6 days ago

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