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Uganda

Offering diverse and glorious natural wonders, Uganda is a place of incredible biodiversity and one of the few places on earth where you can raft the Nile as part of an alternative Big Five safari.

Uganda

East Africa

Uganda

Often overlooked as a safari destination, Uganda offers its visitors unspoiled and remarkably authentic experiences. To the west, you’ll find Rwenzoris, the source of the Nile that lies shrouded in mist and teems with glaciers, waterfalls, and alpine lakes. There are also the “mountains of the moon”, which is where you’ll get to encounter Uganda’s majestic mountain gorillas as you track them through their captivating habitat.

Offering diverse and glorious natural wonders, Uganda is a place of incredible biodiversity and one of the few places on earth where you can raft the Nile as part of an alternative Big Five safari.

The landlocked country of Uganda might be smaller than its East African neighbors. Still, the fact that it’s off the beaten track means the only competition you’ll have when trying to spot the wildlife is the occasional hippo and elephant. Ready to explore the “Pearl of Africa,” as they call it?  Here’s where to go and what to see!

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

East Africa, Uganda

The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is an ancient rainforest that spans over a series of ridges in the Virunga Volcanoes mountain range. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is protected due to its ecological uniqueness and exceptional natural beauty.

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is an ancient rainforest that spans over a series of ridges in the Virunga Volcanoes mountain range. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is protected due to its ecological uniqueness and exceptional natural beauty.

Home to almost half of the world’s mountain gorilla population, this park is arguably Uganda’s most precious and sacred drawcard. The park is also home to a variety of captivating bird and plant species, which will make any photographer’s heart race.

Kidepo Valley National Park

East Africa, Uganda

Kidepo Valley National Park’s isolated wilderness is a true gem that is vastly undiscovered. The park is home to 77 mammal species and some 475 bird species and comprises mainly of savannah plains kept alive and fertile by the Kidepo and Narus rivers.

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Kidepo Valley National Park​

Kidepo Valley National Park’s isolated wilderness is a true gem that is vastly undiscovered. The park is home to 77 mammal species and some 475 bird species and comprises mainly of savannah plains kept alive and fertile by the Kidepo and Narus rivers.

Many animals within here can only be found inside the park’s borders and nowhere else in Uganda. This creates an opportunity for guests to indulge in unique game viewing experiences that include sightings of lions, elephants, and a wide variety of plains game.

Murchison Falls National Park

East Africa, Uganda

As the name implies, the Murchison Falls National Park was named after the breathtaking Murchison Falls. It’s also Uganda’s largest wildlife reserve and sanctuary and sets the stage for visitors to have their minds blown by the region’s awe-inspiring natural beauty.

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Murchison Falls National Park​

As the name implies, the Murchison Falls National Park was named after the breathtaking Murchison Falls. It’s also Uganda’s largest wildlife reserve and sanctuary and sets the stage for visitors to have their minds blown by the region’s awe-inspiring natural beauty.

It is in the park where the Nile River carefully cuts through the savannah plains that are surrounded by riverine woodlands. The Nile makes its way through the park and bursts through a chasm into the Rift Valley, where it eventually forms the Murchison Falls.

From massive hippo pods to immense rafts of crocodiles making their way in and out of the Nile, visitors to the park can always expect to have a wildlife experience beyond their wildest dreams when visiting the park. Aside from hippos and crocs, the park also houses an astonishing array of water birds, the rare Rothschild giraffe, lions, buffalo, leopard, and spotted hyena. 

Queen Elizabeth National Park

East Africa, Uganda

With one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any reserve in the world, Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park houses almost 100 species of mammals and over 600 types of avian species.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park

With one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any reserve in the world, Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park houses almost 100 species of mammals and over 600 types of avian species.

Spanning across 1,978 square kilometers of land, this park is probably best known for its primate inhabitants, peculiar tree-climbing lions, and massive concentrations of hippos. Aside from usual wildlife drives, guests can look forward to embarking on a boat trip on the Kazinga Channel or take a stroll through the breathtaking Kyambura Gorge, a green paradise brimming with chimpanzees and other primates.

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