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Uganda Safaris

Uganda Safaris offer an immersive journey into the heart of Africa’s wilderness, presenting an array of breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, and vibrant cultures. Nestled in the heart of East Africa, Uganda is renowned for its stunning national parks that showcase the country’s rich biodiversity and natural beauty.

OUR BEST Uganda National Parks

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for being home to almost half of the world’s remaining population of mountain gorillas. Trekking through the dense jungle of Bwindi to encounter these gentle giants is a truly unforgettable experience. Apart from gorilla trekking, the park also offers opportunities for birdwatching, as it boasts over 350 bird species, including numerous endemic species.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Located in the southwest of Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the country’s most popular safari destinations. The park is known for its diverse landscapes, including savannah, wetlands, and forests, which are home to an incredible variety of wildlife. Visitors to Queen Elizabeth National Park can enjoy game drives to see elephants, lions, leopards, and buffaloes, as well as boat safaris along the Kazinga Channel to observe hippos, crocodiles, and a myriad of bird species.

Murchison Falls National Park

Situated in the northwestern part of Uganda, Murchison Falls National Park is named after the dramatic Murchison Falls, where the Nile River squeezes through a narrow gorge, creating a breathtaking cascade. The park is home to a thriving population of wildlife, including elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, and numerous antelope species. Boat safaris to the base of the falls offer a unique perspective of this natural wonder, while game drives provide ample opportunities for wildlife viewing

Kibale National Park

Known as the primate capital of the world, Kibale National Park is famous for its population of chimpanzees. Trekking through the lush rainforest to observe these intelligent creatures in their natural habitat is a highlight of any visit to Kibale. In addition to chimpanzees, the park is also home to 12 other primate species, as well as a diverse array of birds and butterflies.