Uganda National Parks

Uganda’s ten National Parks, contain epics and a fabulous variety of habitats, which range from snow-capped mountains ( Rwenzori Mountain ) and papyrus swamp ( Mountain Elgon ), to dark tropical forests ( Bwindi impenetrable and Kibale forest ) and open savannah plains ( Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, and Kidepo Valley ). Most importantly, these diverse settings are home to an impressive range of wildlife and not forgetting, over 1000 species of bird, many are central African species.

Last but not lists, the Mammals include African Elephants, Hippopotamus, Cape Buffaloes, and different forest primates; among them are chimpanzees in ( Kibale, Budongo, Kyambura gorge, and Semuliki), Golden monkeys in Mgahinga, L’hoest’s monkey and the shy mountain gorillas in ( Bwindi impenetrable and Mgahinga ), while the big game animals viewing are to be found in the savanna National parks

LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

BWINDI FOREST NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

KIBALE FOREST NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

MOUNT ELGON NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

SEMULIKI NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

KIDEPO VALLEY NATIONAL PARK

Akagera National Park was established in 1934, most importantly the aim was to protect wildlife and rich Savannah vegetation comprising of acacia and bush, named after Kagera River which flows beside the eastern Rwanda boundary, feeding into Lake Ihema…

MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK

Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda’s oldest and largest Park, is located in Northwest Uganda, covering an area of about 5072 km2, combined with the contiguous Karuma and Bugungu wildlife reserves that straddle the Ugandan districts of Buliisa…