“If there were one more thing I could do,it would be to go on safari once again.”

Karen Blixen


 Majestic mountains, deep “impenetrable” forests, magnificent waterfalls and treasures of the world’s primates – these are the rich natural heritage of Uganda’s National Parks.

n/a Here you will hike in search of endangered mountain gorillas. In the rugged mountain rainforest world, it spawns more than 300 gorillas, accounting for half of the world’s population. Walking through these dense forests, you can see elephants, duikers, African golden cats, and huge wild boars. Gorillas are not the only primates in the park, because chimpanzees and many types of monkeys also inhabit these hills.
n/a There are many types of wild animals here, and sightings are not uncommon. You will see lions, zebras, hippos, crocodiles, and elephants. There is even a unique tree climbing lion in the park. The birds are rich and varied, and there are more than 611 species of birds in the reserve. Special note: Kyambura Gorge is a particularly beneficial paradise, home to chimpanzees and other primates.
n/a This is a dense tropical forest full of primates such as red colobus and L`Hoest monkeys. Forest elephants also rumbling in the forest, and there is a special enjoyment: more than 250 species of butterflies and hundreds of species of birds.
n/a This UNESCO World Heritage Site offers visitors a world of waterfalls, lakes and glaciers located on some of its peaks. There are all kinds of rare animals and plants in this beautiful but not crowded park.
n/a The Lost Valley surrounding this park is an impressive canvas, which may be the most beautiful scenery in the country. Here you will find animals that are not seen anywhere else in Uganda, such as cheetahs, coyotes, flying foxes, and smaller kudus.
n/a The largest park in Uganda, contains another gift from the River Nile, in this narrow canyon, the wide river squeezes and suddenly pours into Lake Albert with astonishing force. The result is an unforgettable waterfall and an explosion of thunder that you can feel in your bones. The park also includes a large number of elephants, Rothschild giraffes, lions, buffalo, hippos, and crocodiles.


Uganda is like a pearl, small but precious: its brilliance is the brilliant green of the highest mountains in Africa, spectacular waterfalls, dense forests and spectacular valleys. But the beating heart of Uganda is its park, the best place to hike and observe rare mountain gorillas.

 Half of the world’s surviving gorillas live in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. But other primate families dominate the landscape and parks; you will find chimpanzees and 10 other species of monkeys in these hills and rainforests.

But Uganda is not all monkey business. In protected areas like Kibale Forest and Queen Elizabeth Park, you’ll find animals commonly seen in the savannah, such as giraffes, lions, buffalo, and elephants.

 The Rubenzoris Range is the source of the world famous River Nile. The River Nile runs through the country. The iconic Murchison Falls dazzle visitors with thunder from a height of 45 m (147 ft).

Your safari trip will begin in Kampala, the largest city in Uganda. This is not standing water, but a beautiful, vibrant and friendly hub. There are so many things to do and see (cultural centers, museums and even palaces) enough for a few days of activities.

When you find the streets of downtown Kampala full of shoppers, markets and vendors, you will find that the people of Uganda are friendly and charming. They have gone through a turbulent history, but now they have rebuilt their country and life into a safe and prosperous country.

Uganda today is a truly friendly tourist destination: there are many things to enjoy here, and there are fewer tourists than other countries in the region.

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