Every scenery in Uganda is a tourist attraction. If you are looking to taking a safari in Uganda, you have got to try and visit its national parks. What’s not to like about Uganda safari. Lovely weather, gorgeous views, snow-capped peaks on mount Rwenzori, cheap accommodation and the icing on the cake – the best African safaris There are memories to be made here that will last a lifetime.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
This impenetrable forest in South Western Uganda is the most visited of all Uganda’s national parks. Bwindi hosts almost half of the world’s remaining population of the endangered mountain gorillas, a sub specie of the Eastern Gorilla. Elsewhere, gorillas are protected in the Virunga ranges of Uganda, Rwanda and DR Congo. If you are looking to gorilla trekking in Uganda, Bwindi is a must visit. There are 15 habituated gorilla groups that can be visited by tourists. Other adventures to take in Bwindi are nature walks, local community tours, bird watching and more.
Queen Elizabeth national Park
This is actually the largest national park in Uganda; it is located in western park of Uganda. This is one of the most frequently visited national parks in Uganda and it attracts more than 800,000 tourists semi-annually. Queen Elizabeth lies in the south western part of the country. One can actually see amazing and beautiful landscape with savanna vegetation that provided habitants to variety of wildlife in its abundance that include the famous tree climbing lions in Ishasha, birds, more than 30 different kinds of animals, Activities include game drives, nature walks within the communities in park as well as in the rain forests in the park and a launch cruise on Kazinga channel that connects lake George to lake Edward.
Murchison Falls National Park
This park was named after the great and mighty Murchison Falls in Uganda since they are found in that specific place. These falls on river Nile provide such a spectacular view that you cannot miss. Other beautiful attractions are actually at your view to see like kobs, chimpanzees, various bird species and so much more. For Ugandan kobs and crocodiles head over to the Murchison falls national park. Visit the stunning falls or just take in the amazing wildlife that includes hyenas and elephants as well.
The Ishasha wildness one of the sectors that you should not forget to visit. The place is commonly known for chimpanzee and a variety of bid species. Whether you want a chimpanzee tracking tour or a bird trekking tour, you can get any deal at affordable rates with the right safari company in Ishasha in western part of Uganda. So before you pack your bags for this adventurous trip, read our list of the top national parks that should be on your must-see list.
Lake Mburo National Park
There are also some less common animals found here like elands and impalas along with antelopes, reedbucks and klipspringers. Go on boat rides or take wild drives – your choice. You can also enjoy self drives with in the parks as well enjoying the amazing long horned cattle of ankole. This park has lots of zebras to enthrall you! It has these wild animals spread over a huge area among some pretty dense and exotic flora.