Uganda Safaris National Parks

Uganda Safaris National Parks, there are 10 National Parks Destinations In Uganda Which include; Bwindi impenetrable forest, Lake Mburo, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison falls, Kidepo valley, Semliki, Mount Elgon, Mountain Rwenzori and much more;

Uganda Safaris National Parks

Bwindi impenetrable forest National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, a size of 331 km2, is located in South Western Uganda on the edge of the Albertine Rift Valley, in an altitude range from 1,160 m to 2,607 m. This is a real tropical rainforest, spread over a series of steep ridges and valleys. It is regarded as one of the most biologically diverse forests in Africa, gazetted in 1991 and was first available for tourism in 1993.

Murchison falls National Park

Murchison Falls National Park covers an area of 3840 km2 and is the largest national park and with the other reserves like Karuma and Bugungu and Budongo, it covers an area of 5,025 km2. The altitude range from 619 m at the delta on Lake Albert and 1,292 m at Rabongo hill. The area is traversed by the river Victoria Nile, which connects Lake Kyoga with Lake Albert and was gazetted in 1952 making it Uganda’s oldest National Park.

Lake Mburo National Park 

Lake Mburo National Park Also known as the home of Zebras is located between Masaka and Mbarara in the Albertine rift connecting you to other two national parks in the western region which are Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park. The park is 228 km from Kampala which makes it an ideal stop for most visitors. It was first gazetted in 1993

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National park covers 2.056 kms of land; it is located in South of the Rwenzori Mountains, bordering Congo and including two lakes, George and Edward, connected by the famous Kazinga Channel, which supports the experiential boat cruise. It is an ecosystem made of wetland and open savannah areas, on an altitude of 910m at Lake Edward.

Semliki National Park

Semliki National Park covers 220 km2, along the Congolese border following the Semliki River, within the Western arm of the Albertine Rift Valley, in the North of Rwenzori Mountains. The altitude is on the average 700 m above sea level. This park is now the number one birding destination in Uganda with over 441 bird species. It was gazetted in 1932 and established in 1993.

Mount Elgon National Park

Mountain Rwenzori National Park

Kibale forest National Park

Kidepo valley National Park