Queen Elizabeth NP

Queen Elizabeth national park is Uganda’s most popular national park and certainly one of its most scenic. Located in western Uganda shared by the districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo and Bushenyi, the park covers a total area of 1978sq km

Kidepo Valley NP

Kidepo Valley NP

Kidepo valley National Park ranks among Africa’s true wilderness and is Uganda’s most isolated National Park covering an area of 1442sq km with an altitude ranging between 914m – 2750m above sea level.

Bwindi Impenetrable NP

Bwindi Impenetrable NP

Bwindi is located in the southwestern part of Uganda at the edge of the rift valley bordering DRC to the west in the districts of Kibale and Kanungu. It covers an area of 321 sq km and was gazzetted as a national park in 1991

Semuliki NP (Sempaya Hotsprings)

Semuliki NP (Sempaya Hotsprings)

Sempaya hotsprings are Semuliki’s most famous attraction and consists of the male and female section.These bubble up from the depth of the Earth to demonstrate the powerful forces that shape the rift valley

Mountain Elgon NP

Mountain Elgon National Park

The park covers a total area of 1121 sqkm lying on the eastern border with Kenya near Mbale. Mount Elgon has one of the largest volcanic bases in the world, with one of the largest caldera lakes in the world.

Mgahinga National Park

Mgahinga National park

It is most known for its endagered “golden monkeys” species.Uganda’s smallest and probably most scenic National park is situated in the extreme south –western corner of the country. It forms part of a large conversation area of about 33 sq km.

Lake Mburo National park

Lake Mburo National Park

ake Mburo National Park also known as the ‘Home for Zebras’ covers a total area of 370sq km, making it Uganda’s smallest savannah National Park. Since its covered by savannah,it contains much woodland as there are no elephants to tame it.

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale Forest NP is located in the western part of Uganda in Kabarole and Kamwenge districts. It is found near Queen Elizabeth NP, Rwenzori mountains and Semiliki national park.

The park covers an area of 795sq km and can be accessed via the Kampala Mubende Fort Portal

Murchison Falls NP

Murchison Falls NP

Murchison falls National Park lies at the northern end of the Abertine rift valley, where the Bunyoro escarpment merges in the vast plains of Acholi land.The park is bisected by the Victoria Nile racing down 80km of white water rapids

Rwenzori Mountains NP

Rwenzori Mountains NP

The fabled ‘Mountains of the Moon’ in Rwenzori Mountains National park, one of Uganda’s UNESCO heritage sites lie in western Uganda along the Congolese border. It is here where the snow-covered equatorial peaks rise

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