Capital – Kampala
Official languages- English, Swahili Demonym
Currency – Ugandan Shilling (UGX)

Uganda is a country where tourism is being re-established and yet to be discovered, and therefore has the advantage of offering personal, unique wildlife experiences. In a bid to intensify conservation efforts with its diverse and endangered natural resources, Uganda has embarked on a mission to pursue ecotourism. The local people always ready to welcome you and share the delight of their cultures just tops the experience of being on Safari here.

Murchison Falls National Park

Located on over 3,840 square kilometers, it is the largest park in Uganda. It is also most famous for its scenic beauty, the waters of the Nile storm turbulently through narrow cervices 7m in diameter, to crash 45m below into foam of roaring cascades. It is found approximately 350kms North West of Kampala, the river attracts large numbers of game including; hippo, lion, Nile crocodile and over 450species of birds.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The park lies between the Ruwenzori Mountains to the East and Lake Edward to the West, the park covers an approximate area of almost 2,000squire kilometers. Game viewing is recommended by taking a boat trip along the Kazinga channel between Lake George and Lake Edward, the best time to visit the park is between October and November and March and April, the rainy season when the animal roam freely in that area. Animals to be found there include; Uganda kob, antelope baboons’ chimpanzees, the famous tree climbing lions and over 500 bird species.

Bwindi National Park

The park covers an area of over 330square kilometers, located at the boarder of Congo. It is endowed with dense undergrowth, vines and a wide variety of flowers and aphrodisiac plants. It is famous for its mountain gorilla’s home to over 350 species of birds and over 120 species of mammals. Gorilla trekking is limited to small groups and is advisable to book well in advance.

Kibale Forest

Covering an area of over 760 square kilometers adjoining with Queen Elizabeth National Park. It is particularly noted for its primate population, population of forest elephants rarely sighted and rich in wildlife. Other mammals to be found include; scaly tailed flying squirrel, tree pangolin, and waterbuck.

Kipedo Valley National Park

This national park covers an area of 1,344 square kilometers. From Kampala it takes two days, due to its remote location the park is less visited, it has the most spectacular scenery of mountains and vast savannah landscapes, thus making the journey worth while. The park is home to the Karamojong pastoralists, animal species include; giraffe, elephant cheetah, kudu, zebra among others.

Lake Mburo

It is located 420 square kilometers South West of Kampala, covering an area of 260 square kilometers. The scenery consists of four lakes and mainly a savannah landscape. It has large herds of elephants and buffalos. A huge variety of birds are found within the park particularly around the lakes, including; bronze-tailed starling, marabou stork, crowned crane and bee-eaters.

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

It covers an area of just 34 square kilometers, at the border with Congo and Rwanda 510 km from Kampala. It is the second home inhibited by one of the last mountain gorillas found on the slopes of the Virunga Mountains. Booking to see the gorillas should be made well in advance, other wildlife includes honey badger, jackal and a wealth of birdlife.

Mount Ruwenzori

Lies along the Western border of Uganda and covering an area of over 995squire kilometers, named “Mountains of the moon”. In the center of the range is Africa’s third highest mountain, Mt. Margherita reaching a height of 5,109 meters, excellent destination for keen hikers and climbers. Wildlife encounter in this park includes; elephant, genet, verve monkey, Rwenzori colobus, Chimpanzee and Duiker.



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