With over 10 Uganda national parks/national parks in Uganda-game parks, Uganda is one of the top African safari destinations.  The ten (10)game parks in Uganda are well-positioned and uniquely endowed or gifted by nature to offer you a memorable African Uganda safari.

Here is a full list of ALL National Parks in Uganda/Uganda National Parks/Game Parks in Uganda

  1.  Lake Mburo National Park
  2. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
  3. Mgahinga Gorilla Park Uganda
  4. Queen Elizabeth National Park
  5.  Rwenzori Mountains National Park
  6. Kibale National Park
  7. Semuliki National Park
  8. Murchison Falls National Park
  9. Kidepo National Park
  10. Mount Elgon National Park

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Uganda is a member of East African Federation and is one of the countries on the African continent that are gifted by nature which prompted the British premier to declare it the pearl of Africa in 1908. Uganda has contains ten (10)  Uganda national parks that are well set to be encountered on Uganda safari.

The amazing Uganda Safari experience starts with Lake Mburo National Park – the smallest savannah park in Uganda located along Masaka- Mbarara road in the south-west of the country well known for its populations of Impala, Zebra and Eland more than any other park. Proceed to gorilla safari destination of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park the home of the endangered Mountain gorillas well known for gorilla trekking. The same Gorillas can be found in the less pressured Mgahinga Gorilla Park Uganda and here Uganda Gorilla safaris are equally famous though Mgahinga Gorilla Park has one Gorilla Family i Nyakagezi

From Bwindi Impenetrable, a Uganda safari undertaker can then proceed to the north to encounter Queen Elizabeth National Park – the world biosphere reserve to view the tree-climbing lions of Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth Park, the famous boat ride of Kazinga Channel and the game drive along the Kasenyi track. Proceed to the north to encounter the 1,509m Mt Ruwenzori National Park famously Known as Mountains of the moon suitable for Uganda adventure mountain climbing-hiking safaris in Uganda.

Uganda has the famous Kibale Forest – the primate capital of the world – Kibale National Park well known for the most successful Chimpanzee habituation and has the biggest populations of habituated chimpanzees up to 80 communities out of 1500 of 4950 total chimps in Uganda thus a haven for chimpanzee trekking in Uganda.

Semuliki National Park is yet another of Uganda`s safari parks well known for its prehistoric tree species and the Sempaya hot springs as well as primate tracking and amazing Uganda birding safari. It is the 2nd lowest park in altitude after Delta point of Murchison Falls Park and the lowest point in Uganda estimated to be at 670m above sea level along the floor of River Semuliki.

The journey of a safari in Uganda still continues to discover Murchison falls National Park – the largest protected area in Uganda for the powerful Murchison falls, the big five, Giraffe and Nile River itself. It is in this park that you find the lowest point in Uganda at the Nile Delta point estimated to be at 615m above sea level.

As you proceed far northeast Uganda has Kidepo National Park – one most remaining wilderness parks in Africa-voted the 3rd Best national Park Africa by CNN Travel Magazine 2018  and here one can encounter endemics like Cheetah, Kavirondo bush baby, Ostrich among others plus the rewarding landscapes of the Karamoja region and the rich culture of the Karimajong people that will optimize your Uganda safari memories. Drive towards the south via Mount Elgon – the dormant Volcanic Mountain suitable for Hiking, viewing Sipi falls, the caves and paintings on the mountainside before announcing the end of your Uganda safari tour.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda Gorilla tracking Safari

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda a home to the rare endangered mountain gorillas in Uganda, is strategically located at the edge of the western rift valley (Albertine rift valley), in South Western Uganda. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda is shared amoungest Rukungiri, Kisoro and Kabale Districts of Uganda.. Read More about Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Mgahinga National Park, Uganda Gorilla trekking, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda only 33 sq km of size, is located in the far southwestern corner of Uganda bordering Rwanda and Congo,14 km from kisoro town in Bufumbira County about 540 km from Kampala-the capital. Mgahinga National Park was gazetted in 1991. Read More about Mgahinga National Park

Kibale Forest National Park Uganda, Chimpanzee trekking in Kibale National Uganda

Kibale National Park Uganda-the major Chimpanzee trekking safari tours in Kibale forest national park destination in Uganda, is located in Kabarole district of western Uganda near Fort Portal and measures 776 sq km in size.It is elevate between 1110 meters to 1590 meters and has a national park since 1993. Read More about Kibale Forest National Park

Semuliki National Park, Uganda Wildlife Safaris in Semuliki National Park Uganda

Semuliki National Park Uganda is impeccable a Uganda safari spot located in the extreme west of Uganda in Bundibugyo district along geo-graphical coordinates 0o 44′- 00 53′ N – 290 57-30o 11’E. It is an eastern extension of the vast Ituri forest, and forms part of the forest continuum during the climatic upheavals of the Pleistocene period. It forms one of the richest areas for both flora and fauna in Africa particularly birds.. Read More about Semuliki National Park

Mt. Rwenzori National Park Mountain climbing safaris & tours in Uganda

A Uganda Safari that features the Rwenzori mountain climbing adventure provides a memorable and rewarding experience but in order to have a smooth flow it should be Well planned and every tour must be well prepared. The central hike circuit can take about six nights/seven days and then reaches an altitude of 14,000ft(4,267m) above the sea level. Read More about Semuliki National Park

Mount Elgon National Park Uganda Mountain Climbing adventure Safari tours

Mount Elgon National Park Uganda is home Mount Elgon a 4,321m high extinct volcano with Wagagai as it`s highest peak,that first erupted more than 24 million years ago and in prehistoric times stood taller than Kilimanjaro does today. Having a 50km by 80km area, Elgon is a great Uganda prime tour-safari destination, possesing the largest surface area of any extinct Volcano in the world but 4th highest mount in E. Africa. Read More about Mount Elgon National Park

Kidepo National Park, Uganda Wildlife safari tour in Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda – Kidepo National Park; The 1,442 square kilometres Kidepo Valley National Park lies in the rugged semi-arid karamoja province valleys. It is one of Uganda’s prime most remote but spectacular Uganda national parks that harbors scenery unsurpassed in any other park in East Africa. Many tourists that visit this park comment on the scenery and often promise and do come back to re-visit Kidepo, for according to them this tour cant not be any better any where.a. Read More about Kidepo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda wildlife tour safari in Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo National Park; With a size of 260 sq km,Lake Mburo National Park in Uganda is situated near Mbarara district and forms Uganda wildlife tours and Safaris destination best for tourists to amazing wild game walks amidst chanting and grazing wild animal and this can be done here in the whole Uganda. Read More about Lake Mburo National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park,Uganda wildlife safari tour in Uganda

Wildlife safari tours in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda wildlife safari game drives,boat cruises, nature walks,chimpanzee trekking when to visit, how to get there & where to sleep in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda. Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda (QENP) is located in the southwest of Uganda near Kasese, covering 1978 sq km. Read More about Queen Elizabeth National Park

Murchison Falls National Park Uganda, Wildlife safari in Murchison Falls Uganda

Here is a guide to Murchison Falls National Park Uganda– Wildlife safari tours in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda wildlife safari game drives,boat cruises, nature walks,chimpanzee trekking when to visit, how to get there & where to sleep in Murchison Falls National. Read More about Murchison Falls National Park

Uganda Game Reserves | Uganda Wildlife Safari Reserves

A Wildlife tour in Uganda is a great opportunity to discover Uganda’s 12 wildlife reserve. A wildlife reserve means any area of national or local importance set aside to preserve its biological diversity, landscape, or natural heritage as well as offering visitors great scenic viewing, recreation, scientific research and regulated extractive utilization of resources. Read More…

Ajai Wildlife Reserve Uganda

Uganda’s Ajai Wildlife Reserve is situated in the northern part of the country along the western shores of the mighty Albert Nile near Arua district. The reserve is covered by grassland and spans 166 square kilometres. Initially, Ajai Game Reserve was managed by a local chief named “Ajai” 1930s hence the Reserve derived its name from him. Up to 1980, the Wildlife Reserve was one of the few areas into where White Rhinos can be seen during a Uganda wildlife safari… 

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Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve Uganda

The Pian Upe Wildlife Game Reserve is one of the most remarkable protected areas in the Karamoja sub-region in Northeastern Uganda. It covers an area of about 2788 square kilometres which makes it the second biggest protected area in the country just after Murchison Falls National Park. The southern side of this incredible game reserve was gazetted as the Debasien Animal Sanctuary in 1958. In 1964, this area was extended northwards and it was named Pian Upe Game Reserve…

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Toro-Semuliki Wildlife Reserve Uganda

The Toro-Semliki Wildlife Game Reserve Uganda is the oldest protected natural area in Uganda, having first been set aside in 1926. Semuliki Game Reserve is located near the western border of Uganda, within sight of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It covers an area of 542 km2 and lies within the districts of Kabarole and Ntoroko. Toro Semuliki reserve is about 55 kilometres by road, north of Fort Portal, the nearest large city. Toro Semuliki Wildlife Reserve also lies 20km east of …

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 Bokora Corridor Wildlife Reserve Uganda

Bokora corridor Game reserve is situated in North-eastern Uganda. This protected area was gazetted in 1964 and covers an area of 2056 square Kilometers of mainly dry plains spanning from the Kadam Mountain to Mount Napak on its Northern side. Bokora corridor is one of the numerous wildlife reserves found within the borders of Uganda and is part of the assortment of wildlife reserves in the great Karamoja sub-region…

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Matheniko Wildlife Game Reserve Uganda

The remote Matheniko Wildlife reserve is situated on the savannah plains of the Karamoja sub-region. The reserve is located in the Moroto district and covers an area of 1520 square kilometers. It is managed by the Uganda Wildlife Authority.  Matheniko stands at an altitude of 1070m to 1830m above sea level. This exceptional game reserve is a section of the Karamoja Protected Areas and stretches from the spectacular Kidepo Valley National Park through the Bokora…

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Kyambura Wildlife Game Reserve Uganda

Kyambura forest reserve in Queen Elizabeth National Park is located on the north-eastern side of Queen Elizabeth National Park, approximately 30 km from the park headquarters. Kyambura Gorge spans a distance of 11 km and links to the Kazinga Channel, which forms the northern boundary of the reserve. The reserve’s mean altitude is 1100 metres above the seal level. The total area of the reserve is 156 sq. km…

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Kabwoya Wildlife Reserve Uganda

Kabwoya Game reserve is a hidden gem situated on the floor of Albertine Rift Valley. The reserve is positioned between the rift Valley escarpment, Lake Albert and the breathtaking blue mountains of the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west. A Uganda safari Kabwoya Wildlife Game Reserve offers visitors one of the best scenic areas in western Uganda. Kabwoya covers an area of 87 square kilometres and is boarded to the north by a community wildlife Area called Kaiso – Tonya…

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Katonga Wildlife Game Reserve

The Katonga wildlife reserve is located in western Uganda, along the banks of River Katonga. It is a savannah grassland ecosystem located within Kyenjojo and Kamwenge Districts.  The wildlife reserve lies with an area of 207 square kilometers. Katonga Game Reserve was gazetted in 1964 as a game reserve to serve as a corridor for migrating wildlife from western Uganda to Tanzania and South Sudan. It became a Wildlife Reserve in 1996 when the former Game Department…

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Kigezi Wildlife Reserve Uganda

Kigezi Wildlife Game Reserve is situated within the Rukungiri district, western Uganda close to the Maramagambo forest. It is an ideal place for travellers planning a Uganda trip to explore the wonders of Maramagambo forest and Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda. It was established into a Game Reserve in 1952 and currently stretches for over 265 square kilometres. Kigezi game reserve is characterized by different habitats that include open grasslands, woodlands, and savannah…

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Karuma Wildlife Game Reserve Uganda

Karuma Wildlife Reserve extends over an area of 820 square kilometres. The reserve was established as a wildlife reserve in 1964 to act as a buffer zone between the Murchison Falls National Park and the surrounding Villages. The reserve is situated in Kiryandongo district in western Uganda. It stands at an elevation of 902 meters above sea level. The wildlife contains the spectacular roaring Karuma waterfalls located on the Victoria Nile…

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Bugungu Wildlife Reserve Uganda

Gazetted in 1968, Bugungu Game reserve is a tinny wildlife reserve that shelters and protects the savannah grassland and seasonal wetland at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment to the western side of the enormous Murchison Falls National park Uganda.  Bugungu is part of the enormous Murchison Falls Conservation Area that is made up of the Murchison Falls National park, Karuma Wildlife Reserve and the Bugungu Wildlife reserve all found within North-western Uganda…

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