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Uganda is a small but stunning safari destination blessed with diversity. Its 10 National Parks are a composition of the tropical West African jungle and the golden savannas of East Africa. Some of the parks are known for hosting some of Africa’s great game while others are characterized by species dwelling in the pristine canopies and other wildlife species that every vacationer would wish to encounter while on an African safari. Among the game that you would definitely find in these parks are the; Leopards, African Elephants, Lions, Buffaloes, Warthogs, Antelopes, Hippopotamuses, Rothschild’s Giraffes, Jacksons Hartebeests, Bushbucks, Zebras, Elands, Hyenas…. Apart from the game that roams the plains, the parks are flecked by gorgeous landscapes and idyllic streams such as Kidepo Valley National Park that boasts of a strong wilderness atmosphere offering remarkable Kodak memories to photographers, Murchison Falls known for its dramatic and exploding water falls; a test of the power of nature, the Rwenzori Mountains National Park whose impressively curved conical peaks are spread with snow, Queen Elizabeth National Park known for its stunning diversity of habitats and striking craters, its home to an impressive list of birds- 600 species.

Situated in the southwestern part of the country is the prestigious Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a UNESCO heritage site known for its high number of the world’s great Apes; the Mountain Gorillas, and high number of the Albertine rift endemic bird species (23). Closest to it is the gorilla park of Mgahinga which is part of the greater Virunga conservation area that also protects the Mountain Gorillas and other endangered species like the Golden Monkeys.

In the western part of the country is the evergreen Kibale Forest National Park known for its density of primates on the African continent with over 1500 Chimpanzees, and other species like the L’Hoest Monkeys, Potto, Grey Cheeked Mangabeys, Vervet Monkeys, Black & White Colobus, Bush-babies and many others.

Others include the Semliki National Park known for its female and male hot-springs and regarded as a birders paradise premier for watching both the forest and savanna specials, Lake Mburo National Park known for wildlife viewing and birding with its wetlands offering refugee to swamp dwelling species, further in the eastern part of the country is Mount Elgon National Park rich in cultural and natural significance as well as offering tantalizing adventure to hikers.

The country’s savanna parks are premier spots for game viewing safaris characterized by wilderness action of predator and prey showdown, with the forest parks known for nature walks conducted to track wildlife such as primates, bird watching and exploring the diversity/ ecology within.





Murchison Falls N.P
At a size of 3893Km2, Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s premier destination for Game tracking safaris. It is the country’s largest conservation area protecting variety of wildlife and it’s named after the Nile’s 40 meter drop over the Rift Valley scarp. The park is fo ....
Kidepo Valley N.P
Kidepo Valley National Park is Uganda’s most alluring Park and protected area.  It is one of the country’s most decorated national park with a number of International Accolades attributed to its beauty and untamed wilderness for example; in August 2018, CNN ranked the Park the ....
Queen Elizabeth N.P
Queen Elizabeth is Uganda’s second largest protected area and National Park covering over 1978km2, with the great Rwenzori Mountains towering in its background. It’s adjoined by lakes Edward and George, blend with spectacular craters, rolling savannas and humid forests supporting enormou ....
Bwindi Impenetrable N.P
Though it’s one of Uganda’s smallest national park, Bwindi brags about its identity as a world class tourist destination, sought after by travellers to Africa because of its prestigious heritage. It is located in the southwestern part of the country, lying at the edge of the Rift Valley ....
Kibale Forest N.P
The 795Km2, Kibale Forest national park boasts the greatest primate range and density in East Africa making it a primatologist dream destination. It was first a government Forest Reserve and later it became a National Park in 1993. It is a magnificent tropical rainforest and one of the most rewardin ....
Mount Elgon N.P
Situated ideally in the eastern part of the country near Mbale and Kapchorwa area and on the western Kenyan border, Mount Elgon at 4000 km2 has the largest volcanic base in the world. It is an extinct volcano and one of the country’s oldest physical features first erupting a million years ago. ....
Semuliki N.P
At a size of 220Km2, and an altitude of 670-760metres above sea level, Semliki was first gazetted as a forest reserve in 1932 and uplifted to a national park in 1993. It is located in the western part of the county in Bundibugyo district, near Rwenzori and Kibale Forest National Parks. It enjoys a l ....
Rwenzori Mountains N.P
The Rwenzori Mountains also known as the “Mountains of the Moon” named so by Alexandrine photographer, Ptolemy, are snow-capped peaks. They are known to offer challenging adventure to mountaineers. The 120km mountains is the highest standing block mountain on the African continent lying ....
Lake Mburo N.P
Lake Mburo is one of Uganda’s smallest national park, covering an area of over 370Km2 but composed of surprising diversity of flora and fauna, with various mammals and avian species found nowhere else in the country. It enjoys the closest location to Kampala city, lying just about 4hours in we ....
Mgahinga Gorilla N.P
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is a jewel high in the clouds, at an altitudinal range of 2,227metres and 4,127metres. The park’s temperature range during the day is 150C while the nights become a little colder at 100C. The park experiences two dry spells, May-August and December-February with ....

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