Queen Elizabeth National Park is arguably Uganda’s most popular tourist destination. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include wide-ranging savanna, shady, humid forests and sparkling lakes, make it the ideal habitat for definitive big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds.

Set against the backdrop of the jagged Rwenzori Mountains – Uganda’s talest mountain, the park’s magnificent views include dozens of enormous craters carved dramatically into rolling green hills, panoramic views of the Kazinga channel with its banks lined with hippos, buffalo and elephants and the endless Ishasha plains, whose fig trees hide lions ready to dive on herds of unsuspecting Uganda kob.

The park also has a fascinating cultural history. There are many opportunities for visitors to meet the local communities and enjoy storytelling, dance, music and more. Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park is truly a Medley of Wonders! The activities include bird watching, chimpanzee tracking, game drives, cave tour, hiking and nature walks, launch trip, cultural visits and nature trails, tree climbing lions viewing and wildlife research tour.

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Murchison Falls National Park lies at the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, wherethe bulky Bunyoro escarpment merges into the vast plains of Acholi land. Hosting 76 species of mammals and 451 birds, Murchison Park is Uganda's largest and oldest conservation area (first gazetted as a game reserve in 1926).

The park is split by the River Nile, which bursts through a narrow cleft of relic rift valley walls, creating the vivid Murchison Falls; the most powerful fall in the world! . The mighty waterfall drains the last of the river's energy, transforming it into a broad, equable stream that flows quietly across the rift valley floor into Lake Albert. This stretch of river provides one of Uganda's most remarkable wildlife spectacles. Regular visitors to the riverbanks include elephants, giraffes and buffaloes; while hippos, Nile crocodiles and aquatic birds are permanent residents.

Notable visitors to the park include Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway and several British royals.

The activities in this park include; game drives, hiking and nature walks, launch trips, sport fishing and cultural encounters.

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Kibale National Park is the most wonderful of Uganda’s tropical rain forests and one of the most rewarding areas to explore. The park boasts of 13 species of primates including the localized Red Columbus, L’Hoest’s monkeys and the endemic Uganda Mangabay.

Kibale’s major attraction is the illusive chimpanzees, the delightful apes, the closest animals to humans than any other living creature. These can be seen swimming in tree branches as one trek through the forest trails.

The park also gives you a life time opportunity to sight over 300 bird species and the 180 kilometre-long migration wildlife corridor. It is a habitat of mammals like the illusive forest elephants, buffalos, giant forest hogs and a half dozen antelope species (of course armed park rangers make the experience safe to enjoy).

The park lies close to the tranquil Ndali-Kasenda crater area and within half a day’s drive of the Queen Elizabeth, Rwenzori Mountains and Semuliki National Parks and the Toro-Semliki Wildlife Reserve. Activities include, chimpanzee tracking, chimpanzee habituation experience, nature walks and hikes, bird watching and night nature walks, cultural heritage and nature trail and children’s activities (above 12 years).


In the middle of an extensive rich acacia woodland is one of Uganda’s smallest but spectacular and breathtaking national parks, Lake Mburo National Park. The park is only a few hours away from Kampala. Lake Mburo, as the gem of the park, is a very special place with the variety of attractions ranging from dry hillsides, bushy thickets, open and wooded savannas to forest, lakes, and swamps. Its sculptured landscapes, rolling hills and tranquil lakeshores, forest galleries, seasonal and permanent swamps and grassy valleys host a wealth of wildlife in a tropical setting.

The park is remarkable with best views of gigantic elands, impalas, zebras, oribi, Defassa waterbuck, leopard, hyena, topi and reedbuck and acacia associated birds. The five lakes within the park attract hippos and crocodiles while fringing swamps hide secretive papyrus specialists such as the sitatunga, antelope and red, black and yellow papyrus ganalek.

Birders have their treasure in the impressive 332 species of birds, including shoebill, yellow warbler, African fin foot, saddle billed stork, great snipe, abyssisian ground horn bill and white winged warbler.

Attractions include game tracks, salt licks, Rwonyo rest camp, Rubanga forest, a conservation education centre and cultural encounters including the long horned Ankole cow!

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At 331square km, Bwindi “Impenetrable Forest” National Park is a home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas, whose encounter and eye contact is the most exciting and emotional wildlife experience in the whole of Africa. With misty hillsides, this impenetrable forest is the oldest and most biologically diverse rain forest, with 400 species of plants, 120 mammals, 350 species of birds, 202 species of butterflies, 163 tree species, 100 ferns species and 27 species of frogs; no wonder it is a UNESCO Wild Heritage site.

Gorilla tracking is the major tourist attraction in this national park with 4 gorilla tracking trail heads and 9 groups/families of habituated (that can be tracked by 8 tourists per group per day). Forest trails in the park lead to various attractions including rivers, waterfall, swamps and high level of wildlife concentration.

The activities include, gorilla tracking, cultural encounters, bird watching, nature walks and biking.