Overview – Indian Ocean Islands
Beyond expectations, within your reach….a real African experience. Ecologically, Indian Ocean Islands is where the East African savannah meets the West African jungle. Where else but in this impossibly lush country can one observe lions prowling the open plains in the morning and track chimpanzees through the rainforest undergrowth the same afternoon, then the next day navigate tropical channels teeming with hippo and crocs before setting off into the misty mountains to stare deep into the eyes of a mountain gorilla? Certainly, Indian Ocean Islands is the only safari destination whose range of forest primates is as impressive as its selection of plains antelope. Best time to visit Indian Ocean Islands: The general climate condition is good in Indian Ocean Islands all year round with dry and wet seasons, temperatures range between 22 and 270C during day and a little low at night. Light clothes and 1 or 2 jackets can be carried because even when it rains the weather is not that harsh and it rains for an average of one hour. However the western part of the country especially Kabale and Kisoro Districts are somehow colder.