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Bwindi Forest National Park

You can never talk Mountain gorilla trekking without mentioning Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It is sprawled within the south-western side of Uganda on the Albertine Rift Valley brim along the border with Democratic Republic of Congo.


Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s second largest National Park situated within the western side of the country. It was established in 1952 as Kazinga National Park and renamed Queen Elizabeth National Park in 1954 after the historical visit of Queen


Murchison Falls National Park

Situated in the North-western side of Uganda is the vast Murchison Falls National Park, the country’s most popular and prime National Park. Extending for over 3894 square kilometers, this National Park is Uganda’s largest National Park covering several


Kibale Forest National Park

Situated in the western side of Uganda, one of the country’s 10 magnificent National Parks sitting on over 795 square kilometers of land, at an elevation of between 1100 and 1590 meters above sea level. This Park is characterized by varying ecosystems arising from


Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park is situated within western Uganda in Kiruhura district and about 30 kilometers of the big City of Mbarara. It was first established as a controlled Hunting Area in 1933, Game Reserve in 1963 and later a National Park in 1983. Lake Mburo National Park covers an area of 260


Kidepo Valley National Park

You cannot think of beauty and charm in terms of wildlife safaris without mentioning Kidepo Valley National Park, situated within the remote north-eastern corner of Uganda. This Park is a true definition of Wilderness Park due to its rich biodiversity yet it is the least visited due to its remoteness.


Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Extending for only 34 square kilometers, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is Uganda’s smallest National Park but one of the richest in terms of attractions. Is it the mountain gorillas you wish to see? Or it is the golden monkeys, numerous birds and natural scenic beauty that attract you.


Mount Elgon National Park

Mount Elgon National Park is found in the border of Kenya and Uganda whereby with the latter it is on the eastern side of the country and extends for over 1121 square kilometers. This National Park is found on the slopes of Mount Elgon, an extinct volcano believed to have erupted about 24 million years ago.


Semliki National Park

Semliki National Park is one of the rarely visited places in Uganda yet it’s an epitome of natural beauty and tranquility. This National Park is found in the extreme and remote end of Bundibugyo district in western Uganda, bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo with the Rwenzori Mountains on its south-east as well as Lake Albert


Rwenzori Mountains Park

Rwenzori Mountains National Park extends for over 1000 square kilometers within the western region of Uganda in Kasese district and takes up a significant area of the vast Rwenzori Mountain chain that also includes the third highest peak in Africa-Mount Stanley standing at 5109 meters above sea level. Mount Stanley is bisected by the border with


Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary

Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is a 70-square kilometer Sanctuary set within the Central district of Nakasongola, about 100 miles northwest of Kampala City on the Gulu highway. The Sanctuary is the only place in Uganda where Rhinos can be seen in the wild and presently the site is a safe haven to over 22 southern white rhinos.


Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve

Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve is undisputedly the largest and one of the most popular Wildlife Reserves in Uganda and surprisingly second-largest Protected Area in the country after Murchison Falls National Park. This Reserve extends for 2275 square kilometers within the Karamoja sub-region in North-eastern Uganda covering numerous districts


Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park is not as popular as Volcanoes and Nyungwe Forest National Parks yet it is the largest protected wetland in Africa as well as the last remaining shelter for numerous savannah-adapted flora and fauna species within Rwanda. If it is the big five animals, large mammals or


Nyungwe Forest National Park

If you are looking to track the chimpanzees or any other primates, undertake invigorating nature walks/hikes or rather participate in life-changing canopy walks in an authentic forest environment, then Rwanda’s Nyungwe Forest National Park is where your next trip should be.


Volcanoes National Park

Volcanoes National Park is a popular gorilla trekking destination situated within the north-western corner of Rwanda, in Musanze district. This Park was gazetted in 1925 to protect the Mountain gorillas, making it one of the oldest National Parks in Africa and currently covers an area of 160


Gishwati-Mukura National Park

Gishwati-Mukura National Park is the most recently created National Park in Rwanda, established in 2015 mainly to protect the Chimpanzees and other few wildlife species that call the Gishwati and Mukura forests home. Formed by merging the large Gishwati and small Mukura Forests, this Park is found in


Katonga Wildlife Reserve

Katonga Wildlife Reserve is one of the most popular and frequently visited Wildlife Reserves in Uganda. This lush Reserve extends for over 207 square kilometers along the banks of River Katonga within the western districts of Kamwenge and Kyenjojo, bordering Tanzania.


Musanze Caves

If you are looking for an interesting tourist site to visit on top of your gorilla trek, wildlife safari, golden monkey trek, or chimpanzee trek, then the Musanze Caves are the perfect place to spend your time or have a weekend getaway. These Caves are found within the Musanze district, the largest and

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