Murchison Falls National Park

At 3,840 sq km, this is the largest park in Uganda. The magical vista is made up of rolling grasslands and savanna decreasing in height from Robongo Hills in

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

This park is one of the smallest national parks that were gazette to protect the mountain gorillas. This area is an important water catchment area for several rivers which

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

This is the smallest of the parks (covering 29 sq km only) and located I the extreme south-western corner of Uganda bordering DR Congo and Rwanda. Famous for mountain

Kidepo Valley National Park.

This park is 1,450 sq km and located in the North-eastern part of Uganda. The magical Scenery will take your breath way as is the fauna and wildlife that

Semliki Valley

This valley is located between Murchison Falls and the Rwenzori mountains. Found here is the Uganda Kob and large concentration of lions. En-route to the valley, one can spot

Queen Elizabeth National Park.

The park is named after Queen Elizabeth II who opened it in 1954. The park boast large water bodies including the eastern portion of Lake Edward and the Western

Lake Mburu National Park.

Offers Scenic beauty, hills and valleys and covers an area of 160 sq km. The entire lake Mburo is within this area along with impalas, topis, elands, klipspringers, zebras,

Mountain Ruwenzori National Park.

Established in 1991 and ideal for mountaineering. The park covers the legendary snowcapped Mountains of the moon with the highest peak over 5000 meters.