The climate of Uganda is highly equatorial but due to the variations in altitude, the climate types have tended to vary. It can generally be described as warm and wet with the wet seasons being March- June and September- December while the warm season falls between December-February. Average temperature during the wet season is about 22 degrees Celsius while during the dry season the average temperature is 29 degrees.
Uganda generally lies on a plateau, more than 1000 M above sea level. The northern and parts of the eastern lie on a plain covered by savanna grasslands; the extreme eastern area of Bugisu, Kapchorwa, Tororo is dominated by the volcanic conditions of Mt. Elgon while on the far west border of Congo, the snow capped Rwenzori Mountains ( mountains of the moon) occupy it. The central area is low-lying occupied by Lake Victoria with the sources of the great Nile River. Lake Victoria and River Nile are very important natural resources to Ugandans because of the economic activities here which include:- agriculture, tourism, power generation, fishing, etc.
The Ugandan hospitality industry offers beautiful accommodation places in Town and in the Parks where accommodation varies from luxurious lodges to eco camps and adventures Campsites.
There are as many languages as there are districts in Uganda. The languages numbers about 50. However the common languages spoken in Uganda include Kiswahili, Luganda, English, Lusoga, Ateso and Acholi. The official language of Uganda is English and Kiswahili is the second proposed official language.
Uganda’s history dates way back to the civilization era (3500 years ago). During this period powerful kingdoms of Bunyoro-Kitara and Buganda emerged. Civilization followed and the landmark came when the British established a protectorate in 1894 which reigned until the country was given independence in 1962.Todate the country has gone through a lot of civil wars and strife and that is why Uganda has had 9 Presidents since independence.