Top Uganda Tourist Attractions
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Kibale Forest National Park
A world away from Uganda’s savannahs and semi-arid plains lies a scenic part of the intimidating Congolese rain forest that borders Uganda. Kibale Forest national park offers peace and serenity to all that dare trod its paths; a truly unending beauty to explore. Being the worlds research capital comes easy for Kibale as it has the largest number of primate species, (13 primate types to be exact) including chimpanzees. Experience nature’s a relentless flow of beauty in this mystical forest; a definite must on your to-do list while in Uganda.
Semuliki National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park
This 1,978 square kilometres of wild territory is teeming with over 600 bird species, and with such variation in a landscape that will leave you breathless. The luscious savannah curtains open up to a dramatic display of the snow-capped ranges; always majestic and hanging in the backdrop. It is safe to say that Queen Elizabeth is the most scenic park in Uganda!
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Lake Mburo National Park
Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda’s smallest savannah park is about a 4 hours drive from Kampala and is home to the rarest antelope species. Visitors can experience an exciting boat cruise on Lake Mburo to spot the different aquatic wildlife including lots of beautiful birds. This park is probably the only park in Uganda that gives you an opportunity of a walking safari, cycling safari or even horseback safari. So take a chance to explore these 370 square kilometres of beautiful savannah grassland and you will be amazed by all that it has to offer!
City Tourist Attractions
Kidepo Valley Park
Murchison Falls National Park
Located in the northwest part of the country is Uganda’s largest and oldest national park. Murchison Falls National Park is home to more than 76 species of mammals and 451 species of birds and has more Rothschild Giraffes that live together than in any other part of Africa.
A boat cruise on the Victoria Nile that bisects the park into the south and northern sector will bring you up close to the thunderous roar of the magnificent Murchison Falls as well as the aquatic wild, like the Nile Crocodiles and Hippos. An adventure like no other awaits you.