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Places To Go In Uganda

On the eastern edge of the Albertine Rift Valley, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park holds half of the world’s remaining 1,062-odd mountain gorillas.The rest now find protection in the equally heavily guarded Parc National des Volcans in Rwanda. The rainforest in Bwindi is dense, with thick...
Kampala, Entebbe & Jinja
Kampala is Uganda’s hustling, bustling capital city, built over seven hills.The city has many cultural and historical sites that are well worth taking the time to see. The Kasubi Tombs, a UNESCO world heritage site, where four former Kabakas (kings) of the Buganda tribe are buried, is a top...
Kibale Forest
320km west of Kampala with altitudes ranging from 1,100 - 1,590 meters above sea level, this marvellous national park contains moist tropical forest, woodland and savannah.Kibale is above all known as the site in which to see habituated troupes of...
Kidepo Valley National  Park
Uganda’s best kept secret in the far north east of the country bordering the Sudan and Northern border.This park is Uganda’s most isolated park and home to a number of species not found anywhere else in Uganda including the greater and lesser Kudu, eland, ostrich and cheetah.During the...
Lake Mburo
In the south of the country, approximately 5 hours by good road from Entebbe, Lake Mburo National Park lies in extensive, dry acacia woodland.Other habitats contained in the park are lakes, papyrus swamps and grasslands. Mburo is an ideal place in which to break the long overland journey between...
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
Biologically diverse and high up, the park's volcanic slopes harbour a variety of ecosystems.
Murchison Falls
Uganda's largest protected area, the 3,893km2 Murchison Falls National Park contains some of Uganda’s most beautiful landscapes.The park is bisected by the Nile River, which at the Falls, contracts to a mere 6 metres. The result is waterfalls of astonishing power which create one of...
Queen Elizabeth National Park
To the south of Kibale, Queen Elizabeth National Park contains a diversity of ecosystems including acacia grassland, papyrus swamp, tropical forest, (seasonally) flamingo-lined volcanic crater lakes – and magnificent scenery.This park has the greatest variety of mammals and birds of any...
Rwenzori Mountains National Park
A mosaic of giant lobelias and groundsels inhabit the upper slopes of this lunar-like UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a whole plethora of monkey and bird species, including rare Albertine Rift Endemic's, make the rich fertile tangled jungle of the lower slopes their home.
Semliki Valley
Six hours' drive west of Kampala, Semliki Wildlife Reserve is in a flat bowl bordered by the  escarpment of the Rift Valley which rises 1,500 metres on the eastern side; the dramatic Rwenzori foothills to the south, and Lake Albert and the Congo to the north and west. Habitats in this area...
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