Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Gorilla Tracking Canoeing at Lake Mutanda Nature Walks in and around Bwindi Bird Watching in and around Bwindi Hiking in and around Bwindi

Bwindi Impenetrable National Nark is located in southwestern Uganda. Like its name suggests, it is a thick forest and vegetation which is very difficult to penetrate even on foot. The rangers have to cut vegetation to create way for tourists visiting to track the mountain gorillas. It is true African jungle, so thick allowing little sunshine to come through the canopies and keeping the forest cool and serene. It is wonderful feeling walking in the forest being so close t...

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Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls Viewing Game Drives at MFNP Rhino Tracking Chimpanzee Tracking at Budongo Forest Bird Watching at MFNP Hot Air Balloon Safari Nile Boat Cruises at MFNP Murchison Waterfall Hike Bush Breakfast at MFNP

Measuring 3840 sq km Murchison Falls National Park is the largest national park in Uganda. The park is named after the Murchison Falls located at the point where the might Nile squeezes through a tiny chasm of about 7 meters between rocks exploding into the pool 42 meters below. The Murchison Falls are the strongest waterfalls in the world! European explore Sir Samuel Baker considered the Murchison falls as 'the most important object of the entire course of the river' and nam...

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Queen Elizabeth National Park

Hot Air Balloon Safari at QENP Salt Lake Visits Kazinga Channel Boat Safari Bird Watching at QENP Game Drives at QENP Chimpanzee Tracking at QENP Crater Drive Lion Experiential

Queen Elizabeth National Park located in southwestern Uganda in the Albertine Rift region offers breathtaking landscape and rich wildlife. It is arguably one of the most beautiful parks in Africa! The park covers 1978 square kilometres of one of the most diverse ecosystem in Africa including series of crater lakes, lush forests, savannah grasslands, woodland and acacia harbouring a wide range of animal, plant and bird species. It is little wonder the park has been one of the...

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Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park is Uganda's most beautiful and remotest park located in the northeastern corner, bordering on South Sudan. Kidepo has been ranked the best in Africa for spectacular landscapes and great buffalo heards (CNN Travel 2013). The park covers an area of 1,442 square kilometers and has an altitude ranging between 914m and 2,750m.

The park has a semi-arid climate with one rainy season of April - September. The journey from Kampala is long but r...

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Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park is the smallest of Uganda's savannah parks measuring 260 square kilometers. It is the most accessible of parks being located along the Kampala Mbarara highway in the western districts of Mbarara and Kiruhura. It takes only 4 hours drive to get to Lake Mburo National Park. Lake Mburo is notable for being the only home of the Impala.

Lake Mburo National Park is small but with varied habitats for its size. These range from acacia woodland, d...

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Kibale Forest National Park

Chimpanzee Tracking at KFNP Chimpanzee Habituation Kanyanchu Primate Walks Bigodi Swamp Walk Crater Lake Hikes

Kibale Forest National Park is located in western Uganda covering 795 square kilomenters of  tropical rainforest. It is popular for its large volume of diverse primates which include Uganda's biggest population of Chimpanzees. It is known to have the highest concentration of primates in the world and is therefore also known as the 'Capital of Primates'. The annual temperature ranges between 14-27 Degrees and is generally cool except from the south where the altitude...

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Rwenzori Mountains National Park

The Rwenzori is the tallest mountain range in Africa and several of its peaks are permanently snow-capped. Its highest point is Mt. Stanley's Margherita peak with 5,109m, which is the third highest in Africa. Because of its beauty and diversity UNESCO named the Rwenzori Mountains a World Heritage site in 1994, and World Geographic named it one of the best hikes in the world. The park covers 996 square kilometers. It is located in western Uganda about 6 hours drive f...

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Sipi Falls

Sipi Waterfall Hikes Abseiling Sipi Coffee Experience

The Sipi Falls are found in Kapchorwa district in eastern Uganda. They comprise of three beautiful waterfalls on the Sipi River that flows from Mt. Elgon, and forms the waterfalls as the river cascades over high cliffs at the base of the mountain. They measure 65m, 85m and 100m high, and can be spotted from as far as Mbale town and other distant areas. The falls are an iconic attraction of the eastern region and are the most popular destination for most of the touri...

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Lake Bunyonyi

Canoeing at Lake Bunyonyi Swimming Hiking & Nature Walks around Lake Bunyonyi

Lake Bunyonyi is a beautiful lake found in southwestern Uganda in Kabale and Kanungu districts. It is the second deepest lake in Africa with a depth of 900 meters. The lake is approximately 25 km long and 7 km wide. It is surrounded by enormous highlands which are cultivated by the local people forming terraces which create such a beautiful pattern of greenery around the lake. Lake Bunyonyi is a wonderful place to relax and unwind after treks and adventures in the region...

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Ssese Islands

Fishing on Lake Victoria Boat Cruises on Lake Victoria

The Ssese Islands is a archipelago of 84 islands found on Lake Victoria, the second largest fresh water lake in the world. Some of the islands have been developed for tourism and provide some of the best getaway destinations in East Africa. The lush islands are a different world all together, with their beautiful sandy beaches and a serene and untouched environment. Their virgin forest habitat teem with plenty of wildlife, delightful empty beaches and friendly islan...

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Mabamba Swamp

Birding at Mabamba Swamp

Mabamba Swamp is the most popular Uganda birding site to observe the rare Shoebill which is the most sought after bird in Uganda. The wetland is located along the shores of Lake Victoria near Entebbe town. Being a Ramsar site and one of Uganda's Important Birding Areas (IBA), Mabamba Swamp hosts over 260 bird species. The period from September to March experiences the highest bird activity at the wetland due to the arrival of many migrant birds. Large congregations of Bl...

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