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Uganda National Parks:

Bwindi National Park- Uganda Gorilla Safari:
Bwindi impenetrable National Park is a home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas. Gorilla trekking is the main activity. A Park with its dense ground of vines and shrubs


Kibale Forest National Park:
Kibale forest is famous for chimpanzee walk and bird watching. Located in the southwestern part of Uganda. It’s the most accessible of Uganda’s major rainforests protecting some excellent forest for bird watching.


Kidepo National Park:
The Kidepo Valley National Park is one of Uganda’s most spectacular parks,  and ‘It could not be any better’ is a common comment on the scenery by tourists who often promise and do come back to Kidepo.


Lake Mburo National Park:
Situated between the towns of Masaka and Mbarara in the west, 3.5 hours drive from Kampala, Lake Mburo is a small park with an extensive area of wetland lake-Mburo-national-park composed of grassland and acacia woodland.


Mgahinga Gorilla National Park:
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is one of the only two parks in Uganda that offer habitat for the endangered Mountain gorillas.


Mount Elgon National park:
Mount Elgon is located on Uganda’s east border. It is a 4,321m high extinct volcano. Elgon is an important watershed, and its slope support a rich variety of altitudinal vegetation zones ranging from montane forest to high open moorland studded with the only worldly giant lobelia and groundsel plants


Rwenzori Mountains National Park:
Rwenzori lies along the western border of Uganda and rise regarded to be the legendary snow-capped Mountains of the Moon, described by Roman geographer Ptolemy in AD150. Reaching an elevation of 5,109m and lower slopes blanketed in moorland and rich montane forest


Murchison Falls National Park:
Visit the largest National park in Uganda covering 3480sq km and experience the tranquil majesty of The Nile.


Queen Elizabeth National Park:
Located in the western arm of the rift valley covers over 2500sq km. It covers a remarkable variety of habitats ranging from Savanna and wetlands to riverine and low land forests.


Semliki National Park:
Situated within the remote Semliki valley, site of the Sempaya Hot springs, Semliki is the only park of tropical lowland forest.