• Mount Elgon National Park Uganda

    Mount Elgon National Park Uganda Mount Elgon National Park Uganda located on the border of Uganda and Kenya;  has the world’s largest volcanic-base covering 4,000 square kilometers. Also, it’s not only the largest solitary but also the oldest volcanic mountain
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  • Semuliki National Park

    Semuliki National Park. Semuliki national park is located in the Great Albertine Rift westwards of Fort Portal town in Bundibugyo district in Uganda. The park was gazetted in 1993 and covers 220 square km. It’s an extension of the huge
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  • Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

    Mgahinga Gorilla National park is another paradise to see Uganda’s amazing gifts of Mother Nature. It is home to the endangered mountain gorillas as well as a great profusion of different bird species.  Established in 1930 primary as a gorilla
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  • Kidepo valley national park Uganda.

     Kidepo valley national park Uganda. Kidepo valley national park Uganda is found in the far northern corner of Uganda. It lies in the semi-dry rugged Karamoja valley along Uganda’s border with South Sudan in the north-west and Kenya in the
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  • Lake Mburo National Park

    Lake Mburo National Park Lake Mburo National Park found in Mbarara district is  Uganda’s smallest national park. In case you are driving from Kampala to Lake Mburo, you are likely to take 3.4 hours on the way. Access the park
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  • Murchison Falls National Park Uganda

    Murchison Falls National Park Uganda. Murchison Falls National Park Uganda is the oldest wildlife conservation reserves Situated in northwestern Uganda, covers an area of 3893 square kilometers and lies within the northern part of the Albertine Rift Valley. The park was initially
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  • Queen Elizabeth National Park

    Queen Elizabeth National Park Queen Elizabeth National Park  is the most popular and  most scenic tourist destination  loved by tourists that visit on a Uganda safari. Combined with Kigezi and the Kyambura Wildlife Reserves  they form one of Africa’s the
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  • Rwenzori Mountains National Park

    Rwenzori Mountains National Park Rwenzori Mountains National Park is the third highest mountain range in Africa after Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Kenya. Its highest peaks like Margherita stands at 5,109m, Alexandra peak at 5,083m  and Mount Stanley at 4,889m. The
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