Uganda National Parks

When travelling to Africa there is one thing that almost all tourists expect to see and that is wildlife. Contrary to popular belief, wild animals don’t just roam the streets of major African cities (typically). You need to go to game reserves and National Parks to experience all the amazing wildlife Africa has to offer. Here is a list of the best National Parks in Uganda.

Kidepo Valley National Park

This National Park is located in Kitgum in Uganda. It is very remote and difficult to get to. The isolation of this park is what makes it so special. You really get the wilderness vibe instead of feeling like you are in a park. This is because little tourists have come here. This park is also known to be very unique compared to the rest of Uganda in terms of local culture as well as landscape. This makes it well worth the visit.


Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

This park is where you go to have your once in a lifetime gorilla experience. As you might very well know these animals are going extinct and are very difficult to find, however your best chance is in this park. Be aware of the fact that tracking gorillas by foot is no easy task and you must be up for walking far distances in rigorous heat. It will definitely be worth it though.

Lake Mburo National Park

This park is popular because of it`s awesome walking trails. An awesome way to experience the wildlife is to experience it by foot. It is located in Mbarara in Uganda. The boat ride is very popular and it is known to be a very calm National Park. Come here to relax and experience the African tranquillity.


Visit Uganda for the wildlife experience of a lifetime.

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