The Mountain Elgon National Park.
The Mountain Elgon National Park, Uganda. Along the border of Uganda and Kenya sits the biggest volcanic base ever; Mountain Elgon which is not only 4,000 square kilometers high but also is the loneliest and oldest volcanic mountain in Uganda and East Africa at large. The mountain is known to be extinct since the over.
The Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
The Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. Hidden down in the south western part of Uganda, the Mgahinga Gorilla National Park; one of Uganda’s famous National Parks elegantly sits elevated above in the clouds with an altitude of about 2,227 to 4,127 meters. It is bordered by the Rwandan Republic in the south and the Congo.
The Queen Elizabeth National Park.
The Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda. The Queen Elizabeth National Park is unquestionably and by far the most renowned park in the Pearl of Africa not forgetting the perfect haven for travelers. The park has a diverse ecosystem with far reaching savannas, stunning lakes and lush swamps. This has become a habitat to big game,.
The Lake Mburo National Park.
The Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda. Even amidst all the national parks in Uganda, Lake Mburo National Park has managed to remain a jewel sitting on 370 square kilometers with 5 lakes in the western side of Uganda. The Western side of the lake is subject to a lush ridge that rises above the water’s.
The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Uganda. Located in the South Western part of Uganda, Bwindi sits on 331 square kilometers of low lying and montane forest and borders the Parc National des Virunga of the Democratic Republic of Congo at the verge of the Albertine Rift Valley. Back in then in the year 1994,.
The Rwenzori Mountains National Park.
The Rwenzori Mountains National Park, Uganda. Known to others as the Mountains of the Moon, the Rwenzori Mountains National Park sits somewhere in the South Western part of Uganda just near the border of Congo and Uganda. Lying east of the Western Albertine Rift Valley, these mountains cross boundaries with the Virunga National Park of.
The Semuliki National Park.
The Semuliki National Park, Uganda. Uganda is gifted with 10 National Parks and the Semuliki National Park is one of them. Stretching through the base of the Semuliki Valley west of the Rwenzori. The valley has many features not common to the East but Central Africa thus the forest has got a number of species.
The Murchison Falls National Park.
The Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda. If you happen to be in Uganda for any reason, get time off to visit the Murchison Falls National Park, one of the country’s finest game parks. It is found in the Murchison Conservation Area, a place where you can also find the Karuma and Bugungu Wildlife Reserves which.
The Kibale Forest National Park.
The Kibale Forest National Park, Uganda. The Kibale National Park is a big chunk of tropical rain forest located in the western part of Uganda and it borders the Queen Elizabeth National Park at its southern side. This then creates a very long 180 kilometer corridor for flora and fauna between Sebitoli to the North.
The Kidepo Valley National Park.
Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda. There are quite a number of outstanding National Parks in Uganda and Kidepo is one of them. Covering over 1,442 square kilometers, the Kidepo Valley National Park sits in the Northern part of Uganda and borders Southern Sudan. Its scenery is unmatched with all the other national parks found within.