Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Bwindi is one of the most biodiversity forests in Africa largely owing to its antiquity and a broad attitude range between 1160 and 2607m above sea level. Bwindi is a true rain forest comprising of 331km of jungle forests containing both Montana and lowland forest, only accessible on foot. The forest was proclaimed in 1932 as the impenetrable forest reserve and in 1991 when it was realized that the name was less alluring to the tourists, it was officially changed to Bwindi National Park. It was proclaimed as a world heritage site in 1994 and was upgraded to the status of being a national park in 1992. In the local Rukiga language, Bwindi means "impenetrable" deriving from a local phrase "Mubwindi bwa ...
  • Destination Highlights:
  • Gorilla trekking, Flora and fauna, Birding, Guided nature walks
Kibale National Park
About 795 square kilometres, Kibale National Park is located in south-western Uganda, straddling Kibale and Kabalore Districts. Its elevation is between 1,100 meters to the south and 1,590 meters to the north. Kibale is the most significant rain forest in east Africa and one of the most rewarding places to explore. The varied altitude supports different types of habitats, ranging from moist ever green forest to the north and semi-deciduous forest to the south to make up for up to 77% of the forested portion of the park. The remaining 23% accounts for the grassland, swamps and other plantations. Over 351 species of trees have been recorded in Kibale Forest with some rising as high as 55m over 200 years old.
  • Destination Highlights:
  • Guided Nature Walks, Chimpanzee Tracking, Birding, Local Community
Kidepo Valley National Park
Situated on the Sudanese border in the northeast of Uganda, almost 700km from Kampala tucked between the borders of Uganda, Kenya and Sudan covering over an area of 1,442 sq km, Kidepo Valley National Park is one of Uganda's most spectacular and most magnificent parks described as open tree Savannah that varies much in structure and composition.

Kidepo offers breathtaking Savannah landscapes with rugged in horizons. A huge latitudinal range and correspondingly wide climatic conditions have evolved an extremely diverse flora. As a result the variety of animal species in the park is equally abundant

  • Destination Highlights:
  • Bird Watching, Game Drives/ Viewing, Nature walks, Mountain hiking, Valleys, Community Walks
Lake Mburo National Park
In the middle of Uganda's rich acacia woodland lies one of Uganda's most spectacular breathtaking game park in Uganda, Lake Mburo National Park is located in Kiruhura District in western Uganda. The park is situated about 30 kilometres (19 mi), by road, east of Mbarara the largest city in the sub-region. This location is approximately 240 kilometres (150 mi), by road, west of Kampala -Uganda's capital and largest city. The coordinates of the park are: 00 36S, 30 57E (Latitude:0.6000; Longitude:30.9500).

This is the nearest park from Kampala. Designated in 1982, the park is only 260 sq. km being the smallest of the Uganda’s savannah

  • Destination Highlights:
  • Game Tracks, Birding, Boat Trips, Forest Walk, Nature trail, Fishing, Salt Licks
Murchision Falls National Park
Murchison Falls is ranked second in holding almost 80% of Uganda’s wildlife. The park is also the largest National park in Uganda bisected by the Nile River into the Northern and the Southern sections. It covers a wide area of 3,580 Km2. For Bird watchers who love to hear and see different birds singing, swimming, eating, playing, nesting and relaxing, Murchison Falls is the birding tap.

The Albert Nile corridor is Uganda’s lowest area (612m at Delta Point) and temperatures can be hot with a mean maximum of 29OC. The hottest times are mid December to mid February and June-July,

  • Destination Highlights:
  • Wild Game , Birdlife, Murchison Falls, Primates, Game drives, Hike to the top of the falls, Sport fishing