Uganda is a heaven for wildlife watching safari lover, with over 20 public and private wildlife national parks and reserve, that are set aside to conserve wildlife and its natural habitat, there is just so much to watch. Bwindi Forest comes out the top; popularly known for Gorilla trekking, birds watching and nature walk. Other major national parks includes Queen Elizabeth national park, Kibale Forest and Murchison Falls national park. Below are some of the major known national parks and reserves in Uganda.
Bwindi national park is a magnificent park with a natural forest that dates back 25,000 years ago, located southwest of Uganda, bordering Virunga National Park in Congo DRC, along the Albertine Rift. Bwindi consists of kilometers of montane and lowland forest, hills and valleys; it is home to
Kibale National park is a prime chimpanzee tracking national park located southwest of Uganda and north of Queen Elizabeth national park; the park mainly consists of rainforest that is inhabited by over 60 mammal species (including the 13 primates species), over 335 bird species, different trees, plants and
Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda's largest and oldest conservation area, hosting over 76 mammal species and 450 bird species; the park is home to the famous Murchison falls along Victoria Nile(Nile River source) in western Uganda, savannah grassland, riverine and woodland forest. It’s a great place to
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the largest and most accessible national park in Uganda; with a surface area of about 2,000 Km2 spread over open planes, volcanic mountains, craters, lakes and wetland forest that are ideal habitat for classic big five game, about ten primate species that include
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