Uganda’s national parks reflect the extraordinary diversity of the country’s natural resources: fresh water lakes, swamps, mountains, forests, woodland, rolling plains and grassland. These Include :-

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison falls is Uganda’s largest national park covering3840 sq km and protecting a number of untamed African savannah bisected by the mighty river Nile.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a wonderful national park, sometimes referred to as ‘the Pearl of Africa or Switzerland of Africa’. Quite simply this fertile equatorial area is especially scenic, with two lakes connected by Kazinga channel overlooked by a high peninsula.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the far south-west where Uganda, DRC (Congo) and Rwanda meet. The park occupies 331sq km hosting half of the world’s mountain gorillas fit for gorilla tracking in Uganda.

Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo National Park It is one of Uganda’s most spectacular parks with 1,442 square kilometres and harbours scenery unsurpassed in any other park in East Africa. More on kidepo>>

Rwenzori Mountains National Park

Over 996km sq national parks protect the upper slopes of the Rwenzori mountains , running from almost 120km a long the Congolese border west of Fort Portal and Kasese. The Rwenzori Mountains are thought to have been the source of the legend of the mountains of the moon.

Lake Mburo National Park

The park (Lake Mburo National Park) is located in the district of Mbarara. The drive from Kampala to Lake Mburo takes 3.4 hours. .Its an ideal Uganda safari destination for short tours and excursions.

Mgahinga National Park

The park protects the Ugandan part of Virunga Mountain ant its three main parks: Muhavura, Sambinyo and Gahinga. Mgahinga national park was established in 1930 as the gorilla game sanctuary.

Mount Elgon National Park

Mt. Elgon is Kenya’s second highest mountain. It lies 140km North East of Lake Victoria and is bisected by the Kenya-Uganda border It is an ancient eroded volcano with a huge caldera and, on its summit, the spectacular flat topped basalt column known as Koitobos.

Kibale Forest National Park

The park Kibale is found in the west of Uganda, in Kabarole District . Kibale National Park covers an area of 795sq km and has one of the highest ecosystems in Africa.

Semliki National Park

The magnificently scenic Semiliki Valley lies at the base of the Albertine Rift to the west of Fort Portal, where it is hemmed in by the Rwenzori foothills to the south, Lake Albert to the south, and the Semliki River along the border with DRC.