National Parks

September 14, 2022

Rwenzori Mountains National Park & The Mountains of the Moon

In the shadow of Rwenzori Mountains National Park's soaring peaks are wild rivers, tranquil alpine lakes, and a fascinating array of plant and animal life. And you don't even have to hike to the summit to see them if you don't want to.
September 14, 2022

Lake Mburo National Park, an unknown wildlife wonderland

Mburo is a 4-hour drive from Kampala, Uganda's most accessible national park. Secondly, due to the absence of the big savannah game players like the elephants and lions, Lake Mburo National Park offers exhilarating walking safari experiences for viewing wild game on foot and horseback.
September 9, 2022

Exploring Kidepo Valley National Park’s Hidden Wilderness

Sprawling savannah plains, soaring mountains, spectacular landscapes, and dark buffalo herds spread across the grassland and make Kidepo Valley one of Africa's most picturesque safari destinations. 
September 6, 2022

How to explore Queen Elizabeth National Park

Few reserves in the world can boast such a high biodiversity rating as Queen Elizabeth National Park in southwestern Uganda. Covering 1,978 square kilometers (764 sq mi), one of the country's largest, the scenic park is the most famous protected area.
September 5, 2022

Guide To Murchison Falls National Park

Featuring some of the country's most dramatic scenery, Murchison Falls National Park includes the most powerful falls, Victoria Nile, and vast savanna plains. It lies at the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley, where bounding escarpments fade into north Uganda's anonymous expanses.
September 4, 2022

Everything to know about Kibale National Park

Covering 766 sq kilometers (296 sq miles), Kibale National Park in western Uganda has an alluring landscape scenery, biodiversity, and various remarkable tourist activities including the exhilarating chimpanzee trekking adventure.
September 4, 2022

Everything To Know About Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

For thousands of years, the tropical forest has provided a reliable sanctuary for hundreds of animals through human's most destructive times of war, hunting, habitat destruction, and disease. The 459 endangered mountain gorillas native to the region are the most critical inhabitant among the many.