Uganda National Parks

Murchison falls National Park

Murchison falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park is the oldest National Park in Uganda gazetted in 1926 and is the largest wildlife Reserve in the country covering an area of 3840 square kilometers/1483 square miles/384000 hectares. This Park is the best and most popular destination you should visit for a safari because it offers an ultimate African Safari Experience…

Chimpanee in Kibale

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park, together with the nearby Ngdali – Kasende Crater Lakes, are close to being an independent traveller’s dream, wonderful scenery and a remarkable variety of activities. The park is highly alluring to nature lovers for the opportunity to view a wide range of forest birds and track chimpanzees (as well as viewing a wide range of other primates)…

Semuliki National park Weaver bird

Semuliki National Park

Semliki National Park was gazetted in 1993 and covers an area of 220 square kilometers/22,000 hectares. This Park is characterized by the extensive Savannah grasslands, hot springs, Semliki River, lowland tropical rainforests bordered by the magical Mountains of the Moon. It is a home to over 53 mammal species including several primates such as chimpanzees…

Uganda National Parks

Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park is Straddling in the jagged semi-arid valleys between Uganda-South Sudan-Kenya border and was established into a National Park in 1962. This remote National Park receives less tourists (when compared to other National Parks) making it a must-visit for tourists who desire genuine and unblemished destinations…