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Wildlife Parks in Uganda

Wildlife Parks in Uganda

Uganda is an interesting destination with a unique blend of wildlife parks. Uganda is predominantly recognized worldwide because of mountain Gorillas. Uganda is home to over half of the remaining mountain gorilla population in the world in the National Parks of Bwindi and Mgahinga gorilla national parks.
When booking a safari in Uganda, gorilla trekking is the top priority, however, Uganda is a golden destination worth visiting with a variety of different wildlife in various Wildlife parks and reserves.
Uganda is gifted with 4 Savannah National Parks which are evenly distributed throughout the country. These national parks are all unique and different from each other in one way or the other.

Kidepo Valley National Park
It is located in the Far North East of the country at the borders of South Sudan and Kenya respectively. It is one of the most beautiful national parks in the country with a great landscape and beautiful views of the Morungole Mountains making a backdrop as you approach this isolated game of Uganda.
This park has a variety of activities to do while on safari in the park. A game drive in the two sectors of the park Narus Valley and Kidepo Valley which are separated by a seasonal river of Kidepo offers visitors an exceptional experience of large herds of buffaloes, Zebras, lions, leopards, and sometimes cheetahs are often seen in this region. You cannot conclude a Kidepo Safari without an encounter with IK communities and Karamajong people who live beside the park. Engage in lifetime traditional dances with these amazing people as you wind up your great visit to One of Uganda’s most beautiful destinations.

Wildlife Parks in Uganda
Wildlife Parks in Uganda

Murchison Falls National Park
In the North Western part of the country, lies the Famous Murchison Falls National Park, This park is a Magical attraction in Uganda with a variety of attractions in one spot. It is home to the world’s strongest Falls Murchison where the park derives its name from. It is the main tourist attraction in the park, it’s found on the river Nile, and the powerful force of the water results in a roar and water spray around the fall, The Rile River flows through the Murchison Falls National Park and it is crowded with streaming hippos, Large mammals, It’s an habitant for over 76 mammal species and over 450 different bird species, among large mammals include hippos, Rothschild’s giraffe, warthog, Cape buffalo, Uganda cob, Jackson’ hartebeest, elephants and giant crocodiles seen along sand banks as well as large numbers of bird species.
And birds; with over 450 bird species, the Nile corridor of the Murchison of the water birds such as rare shoebill stork and other popular species including the goliath heron, African Quail- Finch, the elephant Grey Crowned cranes, and others. These mammals and Bird species are concentrated in the Northern sector of the park and can be explored by a game drive and on a boat cruise down to the bottom of the falls.

Queen Elizabeth National Park
Located between two famous Parks Kibale National Park and Bwindi impenetrable national park is the medley of wonders Queen Elizabeth National Park. It is divided by a Kazinga Channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George. The Park is a hot spot of wildlife that is evenly distributed throughout the park; they include elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, waterbucks, warthogs, aquatic species like crocodiles and hippos, over 300 bird species, and many more. This Wildlife park has carnivores like the famous tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector, leopards, and hyenas which are mostly spotted in the Kasenyi plains which is the main area for game drives in the park. The has a lot more than wildlife to offer like the beautiful craters that lie within the area, the salt lakes, and the Chimpanzees which can be tracked in Kyambura Gorge or Kalinzu Forests.
The rich diverse ecosystem promotes the existence of different species of Flora and Fauna.
Wildlife Parks in Uganda

Lake Mburo National Park
Lake Mburo is situated in the Ankole sub-region of Uganda, near the town of Mbarara. The Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including zebras, impalas, buffaloes, giraffes, warthogs, and over 300 species of birds. It is also a popular destination for birdwatching, fishing, and boat riding. The most common way to access Lake Mburo National Park is by road. The park is approximately 240 kilometers from Uganda’s capital, Kampala. Depending on traffic and road Conditions, the journey usually takes between 3.5 to 4 hours. This park can be best explored by having a game drive and a boat ride on Lake Mburo. Nature walks, You can also engage in activities like Horseback Riding which is a unique way to catch a glimpse at the elands, buffaloes, warthog, antelopes (such as topis, impala, duiker, bushbuck, waterbuck), and zebras.
These Wildlife Parks in Uganda have a variety of accommodation facilities both within and around the parks. These facilities cater to all categories of travelers from backpackers to luxury travellers. They can also be accessed by road and air transport through charter flights from Entebbe Airport to the nearest airstrip available.


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