Uganda National Parks
The Uganda national parks are 10 in number and these include; Murchison falls national park which is the largest, Queen Elizabeth national park being the second largest, Bwindi impenetrable national park the home of mountain gorillas, Kibale forest national park the home of Chimpanzees, Lake Mburo national Park being the smallest national park, Kidepo Valley National Park a virgin destination for wildlife viewing in Africa, Semuliki National Park, Mount Elgon National Park, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and Rwenzori National Park a home to one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park - Gorilla tracking and Habituation, Top Things to do and see - Accommodation
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in Uganda is famous for gorilla tracking, gorilla habituation and birding safaris. There are about 880 mountain gorillas in the whole world and half of these gentle Mountain gorillas
Kibale National Park - Things to do and see - Accommodation
Kibale National park, this fascinating primate capital of the world is 766 sq km and is located near Fort Portal and Kasese towns in Western Uganda. Kibale National park is about 325km and 6 hours from Kampala city. The forest is one of the lush and beautiful forests in Uganda, surrounded by Batoro and Balinga.
Murchison Falls National Park - Things to do and see - Accommodation
Located in the North-western part of Uganda, Murchison falls national park is the largest national park in Uganda and covers an area of 3,893 sq km about 1,503 sq miles. It is the oldest and first conservation area in Uganda and it is divided by the Victoria Nile.
Queen Elizabeth National park - Things to do and see - Accommodation
Queen Elizabeth National park in Uganda was officially established in 1952 Kazinga National park and it offers a visitor the opportunity of a classic East African Safari on savannah plains. The park covers an area of 774 sq miles
Lake Mburo National Park - Things to do and see - Accommodation - Uganda wildlife safaris
Lake Mburo National park is blessed with rich diverse animal and bird life with more than 315 different bird species for those interested in bird watching safaris and 68 mammals
Kidepo Valley National Park, Things to do and see - Accommodation
Kidepo Valley National park, also managed by Uganda Wildlife Authority was gazetted as a game reserve in 1958 and later became a national park in 1962. It is 1,442 km2 and ranges from 900 to 2.750 m in altitude.
Mount Elgon National Park - Things to do and see - Accommodation
Mount Elgon national park is found in the Eastern Region of Uganda although many travellers go for a hiking adventure to Mountain Rwenzori national park and miss out to explore Mount Elgon on a Uganda safari. The mountain lies on the Uganda and Kenya
Semliki National Park and Wildlife Reserve - Things to do and see - Accommodation
Semliki national park, in Uganda is located within the Albertine Rift. It is one of the less visited national parks in Uganda and lies within the Western arm of the famous Great Rift Valley. Semliki national park cuts across Semliki Valley, western of Rwenzori Mountain.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park - Gorillas and golden monkeys - Top things to do and see
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is only 33 sq km (13 sq mile) in size and lies 14km (8 miles) from Kisoro town. Mgahinga Gorilla National park is one of the small national parks in Uganda and it is located far in South Western Uganda bordering Bwindi national park.
Rwenzori Mountains National Park Uganda - Things to do and see - Accommodation - Hiking
Rwenzori Mountains National park also known as the Mountains of the Moon is one of the best mountains to hike in Africa, offering the best mountaineering trekking opportunities that range from a one day trek to 9 days trek to get to the Margherita summit.
Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve: Things to do and see, Accommodation, Tours
Piane Upe Game Reserve is one of Uganda’s best kept secret. This beautiful, raw and less visited game reserve is the second largest conservation area after Murchison Falls National Park. It covers an area of about 2,788km2 to the north of mountain Elgon