Uganda Safari Parks
One of only a few places in the world where you can see mountain gorillas in the wild, Uganda is a sought after safari destination!
Uganda is undoubtedly most famous for offering the opportunity to encounter mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest. However, the country's unique wildlife doesn't stop there. There are tree-climbing lions and chimpanzees found in Queen Elizabeth National Park, black-and-white colobus monkeys in Kibale National Park, and four of the Big-Five in Murchison Falls National Park and Kidepo Valley.
Take a look below at the reserves and national parks we recommend below:
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Safaris
Bwindi is pretty special - particularly as it is home to one of only two populations of the majestic mountain gorilla in the world.
Queen Elizabeth National Park Safaris
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular park in all Uganda. It is situated in the country’s western region and encompasses four districts.
Kibale National Park Safaris
Kibale National Park, situated in the south of Uganda, contains a rich assortment of landscapes and is home to 13 primate species.
Lake Mburo National Park Safaris
Lake Mburo National Park is situated in the Kiruhara District, within Uganda’s Western Region. It is about 150 miles from Kampala, positioned fairly close to the highway linking Uganda’s capital city to the country’s parks in the west.
Murchison Falls National Park Safaris
Murchison Falls is home to Nile crocodile and hippopotamus. It is situated in the north-west and is a great add-on to an Uganda safari.
Kidepo Valley National Park Safaris
Kidepo Valley National Park is situated in north-east Uganda. This is a very remote area, and worth considering for a safari well off the beaten track. Kidepo contains an astounding diversity of mammals, more so than any other park in all Uganda.