Why you should visit Uganda

Why you should visit Uganda, Gorilla Safari, Golden Monkey

Uganda is a blessed continent an ever green country with superb escarpments amalgamated with forests, Savannah, woodlands, montane vegetation hosting a big number of animal, plant and bird species. On a Count, the following are the top most a Why you should visit Uganda.

Why you should visit Uganda

1: Bwindi impenetrable national park

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park

Why you should visit Uganda. A must visit place for experiences that last a life time! A world heritage site for UNESCO with more than half population of the endangered mountain gorilla scientifically known as Gorilla beringei, it’s a place that will give you your ultimate gorilla experience alongside other primates like black and white colobus monkeys, l’hoest monkey, red tailed monkey, birds of the impenetrable jungle some of which are endemic fir example the African green broad bill.

2: Queen Elizabeth national park

Queen Elizabeth National Park

It’s the second largest national park in Uganda, a paradise of birds ranging from water, forest to savanna h. It is famous for the tree climbing lions one might have seen lions but not the tree climbing ones in fact as a kid I thought climbing a tree would be safe from a lion attack not until I met the ones of queen my thought was wrong! The park has herds of impala, elephants, schools of hippos, crocodiles, hyena that you shouldn’t miss out on a Uganda tour.

3.Kibale forest national park

Kibale Forest National Park

 A tropical rainforest located in western Uganda home city to primates, the park hosts 13species well known for chimpanzee many tourists come to track these chimpanzees from their natural habitats, it is closet to mankind with 98% DNA resemblance more species like the black and white colobus monkey, red tailed monkey could be spotted birds and over 200 butterflies.

4: Kidepo valley national park

Kidepo Valley National Park

The park lies in the northern Uganda in a semi- arid area with a lot of animal species recorded 28 of which are endemic and globally endangered species for example the roan antelope, stripped hyena, aardwolf, greater and lesser kudu, bat-eared fox, caracal, cheetah bird species including the ostrich.

5: Murchison falls national park

Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison national park is the largest national park in Uganda, outstanding with its magnificent falls Murchison falls ‘the world’s most powerful falls”, you will get a chance to see a lot of game which include the Nile crocodiles, warthogs, elephants, hippos, giraffes, lions and bird species.

6: Rwenzori national park

The park is remarkably known for its snow caped mountain named mountains of the moon, it’s also a UNESCO world heritage site with a mystical challenge, the beauty of the park is in the spectacular views of the mountain ranges and also home to over 200 bird species, present animals are rarely seen.

7: Mountain Elgon National park

Mount Elgon national park is in eastern Uganda with the extinct volcano Elgon, you will see the world’s largest caldera, special sceneries like waterfalls, cliffs, caves, and unique flora and fauna and over 312 bird species recorded in the national park.

8: Lake Mburo national park

Lake Mburo National Park

Amazing national park, with open Savannah, thickets, forests, lakes and rivers, swamps suitable to host the wildlife like zebra, elands, water-bucks, impala, come explore the wild together as we have a look at these animals that roam freely

9: Semuliki national park

Semuliki National Park

The national park lies on the floor of the Albertine rift valley a representative of the of the vast Ituri forest of the democratic republic of Congo, it hosts 40%of Uganda’s birds 447 birds have been recorded 216 of which are true forest birds.it is one of the most sought of destinations for bird lovers. Hot springs are also amazing that one shouldn’t miss.

10: Mgahinga national park

Its Uganda’s smallest national park about 33.7km covered in three peaks of Mgahinga, Muhabura, Sabinyo three of the Virunga volcanoes you can track mountain gorillas and golden monkeys in Mgahinga national park.

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