Queen Elizabeth National Park

Discover the breathtaking beauty of Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park, a serene wildlife estate spanning 1,978km². Nestled in the heart of the western arm of the rift valley, this park offers a mesmerizing landscape of contrasts—from an underground forest in a gorge to lush savannahs and majestic mountain ranges. Interconnected freshwater lakes and rivers teem with a vibrant array of birdlife and game, making it a nature lover’s paradise.

Murchison Falls National Park

Discover the wonders of Murchison Falls, Uganda’s largest national park, featuring breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife. With an extensive range of mammal and bird species, including elephants, giraffes, lions, and hyenas, this park promises an unforgettable safari experience. Explore the northern zone, a picturesque savannah grassland teeming with wildlife, while the southern zone offers woodlands and the renowned Budongo Forest, home to over 700 chimpanzees. Don’t miss the chance to embark on a thrilling boat trip along the Nile River, encountering crocodiles, hippos, and bathing elephants. Finally, witness the awe-inspiring power of nature as the river cascades through a narrow cavity, creating the magnificent Murchison Falls.

Mgahinga National Park

By virtue of its size of 33Km2, this is Uganda’s smallest national park, but don’t be deceived by its small scope. It is packed with a thriving wildlife, including one gorilla family, Nyakagezi. It is made of three dormant volcanoes namely Muhavura (4,127m), Sabyinyo (3,634m) and Mgahinga (3,474m). Their summits are famed for offering unlimited […]

Kibale Forest National Park

In the lush wilderness of Kibale, surrounded by forest buffaloes and elephants, lies a haven for primate enthusiasts. With its 13 primate species, including the iconic chimpanzees, Kibale offers a mesmerizing experience like no other. These intelligent creatures share an astonishing 98.7% DNA similarity with humans, making encounters with them truly captivating.

Volcanoes National Park

Experience the wonder of gorilla trekking in Rwanda’s montane park for $1,500. It may seem pricey, but the one hour spent with these majestic creatures is priceless. The hike itself can take 2-6 hours, with challenging terrain and beautiful scenery. Witnessing a gorilla family in their natural habitat is an incredible honor that will leave a lasting impression. Remember to dress appropriately, avoiding bright colors that may confuse the gorillas. Volcanoes National Park also offers other nature walks, birding safaris, and the thrilling golden monkey trek.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Mountain Gorilla

Discover the breathtaking beauty and conservation efforts of Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its incredible mountain gorilla tracking experience.