Uganda Destinations

Uganda is truly gifted by nature; with 10 National Parks, the country is home to over 1060 bird species, about 340 mammals, vegetation ranging from semi-arid conditions in the northeast to dense and impenetrable ever-green rain-forests in south western Uganda. The terrain ranges from flat plains, valleys of the Albertine Rift to snow-caped ranges of the Rwenzoris. Our operations run to the following national parks in Uganda:

Named after Lake Mburo, the park occupies total space of 370 km² with wetland habitats that constitute 20% of the park. In 1993, the park graduated from a mere reserve to a full national park.

The “World’s Largest Caldera” is a unique and striking feature of Mt. Elgon National Park!! An intact caldera, that stretches to a size of 40km², this came to be due to strange violent eruption that drained the volcano’s magma reservoir. 

The genesis of Kibale Forest National Park dates back to the early 1940,s when it was gazette as a government Forest Reserve. The forest park sits on a total area of 795sqkms with an elevation ranging from 1,100m – 1,590m above sea level.

As one of the outstanding treasures of Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park has recently been designated a Biosphere Reserve for Humanity under UNESCO. It is the most popular and easily accessible game reserve in Uganda.

“The Gem on the Nile River”!!! Murchison Falls National Park is set apart as one of the most beautiful Nature Sanctuaries on Planet Earth.  Occupying a total are of 3,840 km², Murchison Falls is the largest National Park in Uganda.

Gazette in 1991, Rwenzori Mountains National park is assumed the state of a World Heritage Site three years later in 1994! The park covers a vast area of 996 km² and the most elevated part park is Margherita Peak that stands at the height of 5,109 meters above sea-level! On 24th May 1888, Henry Mutton Stanley exposed the great Rwenzori Mountain Ranges to the rest of the world.

Located in south western Uganda; Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is home to more than half of the remaining critically endangered mountain gorillas. Bwindi Forest N.P, sits on a landmass of 321sqkms and the elevation ranges between 1160m to 2607m above sea level.

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