Why Uganda Is Called The Pearl Of Africa (20 Reasons)
Reasons Why Uganda is called the Pearl Of Africa; her natural beauty and wonders with magnificent features and creatures and her welcoming people while on a tour of Winston Churchill to Uganda. Winston Churchill in his book “My African Journey” concluded declaring Uganda as the Pearl of Africa in the year 1908. He emphasized this when he talked of Uganda’s magnificence, color and bird species, reptiles, insects, beasts, mammals, and vegetation.
He critically looked into all this and analyzed and described it as a fairy tale, with unique environmental attributes and a moderate climate due to the country’s location at the equator. Words are not enough to describe Uganda but you need to see the country yourself. Winston was so amazed by what he saw and found in Uganda while on his journey as he had not seen it elsewhere before hence uniquely identifying it as the Pearl of Africa.
Uganda has diverse and stunning landscapes in Africa’s tallest mountain range, the snowcapped Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon, the vastness of Africa’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Victoria, the River Nile that begins its journey through the country to the Mediterranean Sea. Uganda has a rich culture of lovely flora and fauna among others.
Reasons why Uganda is called the Pearl of Africa;