nationap-parks-in-ugandaUGANDA THE PEARL OF AFRICA

Uganda covers an area of 236,580 sq. meters, is situated on the equator, and lies on a plateau which rises between the eastern and western branches of the Great Rift Valley. Most of the country is above 1,000m in altitude. It is dotted with tourist attractions from spectacular scenery, the variety of wildlife to welcoming people. Our customized safaris to Uganda in the accommodation of your choice, ranging from luxury to medium to budget will enable you get the most out of Uganda.

As safari destination, Uganda will give you a nature opportunity ranging from gorilla and chimpanzee tracking, to wild life viewing, to boat rides and white water rafting, to forest guided walks, mountain hiking and unforgettable community experiences under the great cool weather.

Uganda’s National Game Parks

Uganda’s list of gazetted conservation areas consists of 10 national parks, has several wildlife reserves, forest and wetland reserves. In Uganda you find the source of the River Nile, with more than 1,000 species of birds, with the highest species of primates you will see anywhere else in the world, and above 50% of the mountain gorilla and chimpanzees.

The national parks include:

  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  • Mgahinga National park
  • Kidepo Valley National Game Park
  • Murchison Falls National Park
  • Queen Elizabeth National Game Park
  • Kibale Forest National Park
  • Lake Mburo National Game Park
  • Mountain Rwenzori National Park
  • Mountain Elgon National Park
  • Semliki National Park