Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Uganda

Uganda comprises of two gorilla national parks, where travelers can go watch habituated mountain gorillas in their natural habitat; Bwindi impenetrable forest national park, home to half of the entire mountain gorilla population situated in western Uganda at the edge of the western rift valley and Mhahinga national park, the Ugandan side of the Virunga…

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth national park is one of Uganda’s oldest national parks originally called Kazinga national park. The park is located about 376 KM from Kampala city center by road to western Uganda, covering districts of Kasese, Bushyenyi, Kamwenge and Rukungiri Queen Elizabeth is a must visit national park mainly because of her rolling savannah hoe…

Murchison Falls National Park

Situated in northwestern Uganda with in the Albertine rift, Murchison falls national park s the oldest national park in Uganda with Queen Elizabeth. By road the park is about 300 Km northwest from Kampala city stretching in both Buliisa district and Nwoya district. At the Murchison falls , the world’s longest river Nile vigorously forces…

Mgahinga national park

The Mgahinga national park is the Ugandan side of the Virunga volcano chain home to endangered mountain gorillas which include the Volcanoes national park in Rwanda and Virunga national park of Congo. This park is the smallest Ugandan national about 33.7 km situated about 15 Km by road from Kisoro town and is located in…

Lake Mburo National park

Located southwest of Uganda, Lake Mburo gets its name from a lake Mburo which is located within its borders stretching within the districts of Kiruhura and Insingiro covering 260 Km, 20% of its surface comprising of wetland including Lake Mburo its self other lake are Kijanebalola, Nakivali and Kachera. The Park was first gazetted in…

Kibale national park

Kibale Forest National covers an area of 766 km2. The park contains pristine lowland tropical rain forest, montane forest, and mixed tropical deciduous forest. There are small areas of grassland and swamp. The lowland and montane rainforest is home to a diversity of wildlife popular for its large numbers of the endangered chimpanzees in Uganda…

Bwindi National Park

Location of the Park The Bwindi forest national park is located in the southwest of Uganda covering three districts of Kabale, Kanungu and Kisoro just along the Congo border neighboring Virunga national park at the edge of the Albertine rift. This UNESCO world heritage site is estimated to cover 331 square kilometers of jungle montane…

Uganda’s Eco Tourists Sites

Eco tourism is a responsible travel to a relatively undisturbed environment. Ecotourism is a conservation effort aimed at promoting sustainable tourism development. Uganda is one of the leading Eco tourism destinations in the world with good attractions that all Eco friendly tourists can enjoy on a visit to the country. Eco tourism apart from wildlife…