Uganda's National Parks

Magnificent Murchison Falls

Posted on Thu September 2, 2021 in Uganda's National Parks.

The Murchison Falls National Park might be named after the magnificent Murchison falls but it has so much more to offer...

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Mountains of the Moon - The Rwenzori Mountain Range

Posted on Fri October 2, 2020 in Uganda's National Parks.

The East African mountaineering scene has been dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, but more and more seasoned mountaineering experts that are visiting Uganda are impressed by the landscape diversity, scenic beauty and technical challenges.

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Kibale National Park - primate paradise

Posted on Mon May 4, 2020 in Uganda's National Parks.

With 13 different primate species the park is definitely a primate paradise ( & a paradise for primate fans!).

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Kidepo National Park - a cultural highlight

Posted on Fri April 3, 2020 in Uganda's National Parks.

Kidepo Valley National Park – Uganda’s most remote national park – offers you Africa’s finest wilderness, pristine nature and fascinating cultural encounters.

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Lake Mburo National Park - a compact gem

Posted on Mon March 16, 2020 in Uganda's National Parks.

Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda’s smallest National Park, has plenty of activities to offer.

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The diverse Queen Elizabeth National Park

Posted on Sun February 16, 2020 in Uganda's National Parks.

Unlike Kruger or the Serengeti, Queen Elizabeth National Park is hardly heard of. But not only does its wildlife rival that of any other African national park, its volcanic backdrops put safaris here into a whole other league. It does not only have four of the Big Five strolling across its bright green savannah, but it also has crater lakes, flocks of flamingos, and a chimp-inhabited underground forest.

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park - home of the mountain gorillas

Posted on Wed December 11, 2019 in Uganda's National Parks.

The Bwindi Forest is not only the home to half of the mountain gorillas in the world, it’s also one of the most amazing and special places on planet earth.

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