National Parks of Uganda

The country is rich with numerous National Parks each with a different attraction to meet your holiday expectations. The wildlife in Uganda is superb, the ten National Parks offer a variety of animals and you cannot fail to see ‘the big five’! These habitats support a huge diversity of bird species and provide roosting, feeding and breeding areas. Safari attractions include: gorillas, chimpanzees, monkeys, elephants, eland, hippos, lions, leopards, hyenas, zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, warthogs and many, many more.

Mount Elgon National Park

This is a massive solitary volcano mountain on the boarder of Eastern Uganda and Western Kenya covering an area of 1145km. It is on extinct mountain worldwide and an important water catchments area Fauna Mountain Elgon supports a variety of wildlife like Elephants, Buffalo, leopards, bushbuck, spotted hyena, …

Read the full article →

Mgahinga National Park

Located in the South Western Uganda, the park volcanoes are in the eight chains of volcanic ranges that covers Uganda, Rwanda and DRC. It is the smallest park in Uganda with about 33.7 square kilometer but among the world’s most active volcanoes The park has been ranked by lonely planet as a must site …

Read the full article →

Semuliki National Park

The park is located in Bundibugyo district and lies in the Albertine Rift Valley, North West of the Rwenzoris and borders the DRC. The forest park is an extension of the Ituri forest of the North-Eastern DRC.
In 1932 Semliki was first gazetted as a forest reserve and later in 1993 was up-graded to the status of National park …

Read the full article →

Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley Park is located in north eastern Uganda between the boarders of Sudan and Kenya .It’s the most isolated park but magnificent with finest wildernesses among Uganda’s national Parks . The park covers a conservation area of 1442square Kilometers of great scenic view of mountains and flat valley. …

Read the full article →

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park

This is Uganda’s savanna park , the smallest covering an area of 370sq km and home to many zebras. It has a mosaic habitat of rock outcrops, dry hillside, open and wooded savanna, forests, galleries and swamps. These habitats harbor a variety of fauna and flora. The park has 5 different lakes with Lake Mburo […]

Read the full article →

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The park lies astride the Equator in the Albertine Rift Valley in South West Uganda, and is bordered by the Democratic Republic of Congo in the west. It is situated between two big lakes: Lake George (N.E) and Lake Edward (S.W). The two lakes are joined by the 33 km long Kazinga channel which bisects […]

Read the full article →

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park

Uganda’s largest & oldest protected fauna park, covering an area of 3860sqkm, however with the inclusion of adjoining game reserves (Karuma & Bugungu) the conservation area covers over 4500sqkm. It is approximately 300km from the capital Kampala and takes 5 hours to travel to the park. The park is bisected by the Victoria Nile from […]

Read the full article →

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale forest National park is a major Uganda’s rain forest , gazetted in 1993 from a forest reserve the park is situated in south west Uganda and lies south of the snow capped Rwenzori Mountains.It is bordered by Queen Elizabeth National Park in the south. It is one of the parks which protect a large […]

Read the full article →

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Bwindi Park is the most popular tourist destination, It’s an Afro Montane rain forest with steep ridges and valley forming the eastern edge of the Albertine Rift Valley. It is a homestead and stronghold to half the worlds endangered Mountain Gorillas. Previously a forest reserve (1932) and declared a National Park in 1991. It covers […]

Read the full article →