Destination Uganda

The Bwindi forest was gazetted in 1942 but upgraded to national park status in 1992 and recognized as a world heritage site in 1994. The park is 327 sq km with tangled vegetation


Kibale National park covers an area of about 795km and its acknowledged to have one of Uganda’s most gorgeous tropical forest. It’s a habitat to many forest wildlife


Kidepo valley national park 1442 sq km is Uganda’s most remote and isolated protected area found in the far North east bordering Kenya and South Sudan.


Lake mburo national park is located in southern uganda along mbarara-lyantonde and formerly the park was in mbarara district but due to the creation of more new districts the park now lies in kirihura district boarding with lyantonda and mbarara.


On your stopover in Huye, two hours outside Kigali, do not miss out on the marvelous National Museum, home of the finest ethnographic collection in East Africa. Get a glimpse of the pre-colonial lifestyles and the transformation of Rwanda into the developed nation


Mountain Elgon is an extinct volcano With the largest surface area of any extinct Volcano in the world (50km by 80km), the fourth highest in E.Africa .Mountain elgon national Park is the second Uganda’s interesting National Parks for Mountain climbing or Mountaineering after mountain


The Albert Nile corridor is on the low plains of about 612m at delta point. The temperatures tend to be hot with a maximum of 29Oc and the affected months are December,mid February, June as well as July. The rainy season is between April and November.
Rabongo and Kaniyo Pabidi forests


Queen Elizabeth National Park is probably the best option since it contains a wide variety of wildlife and is easily accessible in the western corner of Uganda and takes about 4-5 hours driver from Kampala the capital city of Uganda. As such it is near Kibale Forest,


Rwenzori Mountains National Park, with a geographical area of 966 sq km, protects the upper slopes of the Rwenzori Mountains sometimes referred to as the ‘Mountains of the Moon’ – the snowy source of the Nile River referred to by early geographers.


Semuliki National Park is one of Uganda’s most important park that is known for bird watching and chimpanzee tracking . The Park covers an area of 220km and is found Bundibugyo district in the down floor of the Semliki section of the Albertine Rift Valley.