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.
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 […]
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.
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.