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Uganda Wildlife Safaris Tours, Wildlife safari in Uganda, Wildlife Tour Uganda. Uganda Wildlife Safaris Tours into various Uganda safari parks make Uganda an ideal African safari destination to explore for those interested in a true African wildlife safari to Uganda. Uganda Wildlife Safaris Tours into her various safari parks have stood along the to make Uganda an ideal destination to explore once you out for a Wildlife safari to Uganda Africa. With ten (10) National Parks, such as Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park -the Uganda gorilla trekking safari hub, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Murchison Falls National Park plus Lake Mburo National Park known for massive game drives, boat cruises and cultural tour safaris in Uganda, Kibale Forest National Park where Chimpanzee trekking safaris in Uganda are majorly done, Mountain Rwenzori National Park and Mt. Elgon National Park with their magical mountain climbing adventures.
On top of her 12 game reserves, Uganda stands out as one of the leading safari destinations Africa and the world at large have to fascinate travel hungry tourists in this world. International travel agencies such as National Geographic and Lonely Planet together with their sister news companies such as CNN have given some Wildlife Uganda Safari parks like Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Rwenzori National Park special accolades and UNESCO has named some of Ugandan parks heritage Parks due to their special heritage importance to Uganda and the world over.
Uganda is a home to the African Big five namely the African Elephant, the African leopard, the Lion, African Buffalo and the Rhino. The count of fifteen southern white Rhinos thrive in the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary following their re-introduction in 2005 as they had faced total extinction by 1983. Kidepo Valley National Park boasts of one of the less explored wilderness areas in Africa with extensive wild game species and in big numbers with unique sights of Ostrich, the eland, bat-eared fox, aardwolf, black-backed jackal, caracal, cheetah,greater Kudu, lesser Kudu, the mountain reedbuck and Guenther’s dik-dik. The savannah landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park supports counts of tree climbing lions in its southern sector of Ishasha and the river safari along the Kazinga Channel with sights of Hippos and Nile crocodiles coupled with the extensive Zebra and Impala populations in Lake Mburo National Park combine to generate remarkable Ugandan Wildlife safari Tours memories.
Undertaking the wildlife safaris in Uganda is a magical encounter that is enjoyed in the customized safari Vehicles ranging from Safari Land Cruisers, Safari Vans and Safari Land Rovers all with 4 x 4, pop up roof and Air conditioning driven by our professional driver guides that also give a themed interpretation of sights and sounds of the magical areas that you come across. The Uganda Wildlife Tours range from Day Trips to short trips that last 3 – 5 days to Medium trips around 7 – 10 days and then long safaris that stretch up to 25 days. Explore the magical wildlife of Uganda and en rich your experience in Africa.
2 Days Uganda Safari tour to Murchison Falls National Park is a brief safari encounter to Uganda’s larges protected area. The 2 Days encounter involves Read More
The 3 Days Wildlife safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the best short Uganda safaris that you can ever opt to undertake. It includes the rewarding READ MORE
The 4 days Uganda Wildlife Safaris to Kidepo Valley National Park is good short package that gives you an opportunity to encounter Africa’s wilderness park READ MORE
The 6 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari to Kidepo Valley Park and Murchison Falls National Park is one of the many wildlife safari packages organized by Prime Uganda READ MORE
The 6 Days Uganda Safari to Sipi falls & Kidepo National Parks tarts and ends in Kampala Capital City. The 6 day’s safari tour will take you through Jinja the home READ MORE
The 6 days Uganda Safari to Mount Elgon and Kidepo Valley National Park offers you the best mixed experience of hiking and game viewing. The safari gives you READ MORE
Mountain Ruwenzori is ancient highlands that were formed by early earth movements and was recorded in the ancient writings by the Greek geographer READ MORE
The 10 days culture, adventure, wildlife Safari in Uganda is good safari package that will give you an opportunity to explore the cultural sites with in Kampala Read More
The 3 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari to Maasai Mara National Reserve traverses the Kenya’s leading wildlife safari destination named after the famous Maasai People – the former inhabitants of the land. READ MORE
The 5 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari covers the prime destinations of Lake Nakuru National Park famous for millions of flamingos, Lake Naivasha – the highest point of the Eastern arm of the Great Rift Valley
6 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari is a diverse safari experience traversing the destinations of Maasai Mara National Reserve and Amboseli National Park for great wild game sights including the Big five.
12 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari in Kenya covers the iconic destinations that would definitely make the African safari beyond the ordinary. The 12 Days trip starts and ends in Nairobi featuring Samburu National Reserve, Aberdare National Park
Murchison Falls National Park was established in 1952 and it is Uganda’s largest national park. Located in the north west of Uganda at the tip of the western rift valley also known as the Albertine rift, Murchison Falls National Park is in a distance of 311km about 5 hours’ surface drive from the city of Kampala. The national Park covers a surface landscape of 3,440km2 while the wider Murchison Conservation Area which embeds Karuma and Bugungu wildlife reserves combine to cover 5,308km2.
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First established as Kazinga National Park in 1952, Queen Elizabeth National Park is situated in the west of Uganda nearing the Rwenzori Mountains with snowcapped peaks towering at 5,109m above sea level. The National Park of Queen Elizabeth covers a cross section of the western rift valley floor stretching for1, 978km2 land coverage. Queen Elizabeth National Park is currently the most visited park in Uganda and is listed as a world biosphere reserve.
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Located in the south west of Uganda, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park stretches for 321km2 at an altitude of 1,160 – 2,607 m above sea level. The area is among the East African areas with largest tract of Afromontane forest which existed since the pre historic era and endured through the last ice age forming the ground for great biodiversity concentration with highest number of trees in relation to other areas of its altitude stature. The park has enormous numbers of butterfly species
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Gazetted in 1991, the park covers an area of 33.7 Sq.km making it Uganda’s smallest national park. It is a second refigium of the endangered mountain gorillas after Bwindi. It is also known for its golden monkey. The park has a strong cultural attachment to the pygmy community that inhabits the area. It has three conical features of extinct volcanoes which is part of the spectacular Virunga area. It shares boundaries with Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and the Virunga
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Kibale National Park is found in Western Uganda sharing the districts of Kabarole and Kamwenge, approximately 320 kilometers, by road, west of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. Fort Portal in Kabarole District is the nearest large city to the national park. It covers an area of about 795Sq.km and it one of the last surviving tropical forests in Uganda with over 351 tree species some of which are 200 years old and over 55m tall, 70 mammal species, 13 primate species
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Traditionally, two brothers settled on the land that the park currently occupies. These were Mburo and Kigarama. One night, Kigarama dreamt of an area flooding and cautioned his intimate brother to relocate from the area. His brother (Mburo) disregarded the dream and refused to relocate to the adjacent hills like what Kigarama had done. Unfortunately, the dream came true and Mburo was drowned by mass floods the filled the valley to form the lake that was later
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The fabled mountains of the moon as described by Ptolemy in 150AD present the most exciting treasure that a visitor on a Uganda Safari would live to remember in his journey memoir. Gazetted as a national park in 1991 covering an area of about 996 Sq.km, received a designation status by UNESCO as World Heritage Site in 1994 because of its outstanding natural beauty with Margarita peak standing over 5,109m above sea level and without forgetting its coverage by snow throughout the year
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Kidepo National Park is positioned in the north western part of Uganda in Kaboong district 220km north West of Moroto the biggest town in the sub region and 700 km from Kampala – the Uganda’s capital city. Kidepo National Park was established in 1962 and it covers 1,442km2 of land surface providing habitat to 77 mammal species along with 475 bird species which makes the second in ranking after Queen Elizabeth National Park. Interestingly to note is that 60 of these bird species
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The park covers an area of over 1,121 Sq.km with the fourth tall mountain in East Africa which was the once the highest mountain in Africa far from Kilimanjaro but only to be reduced to 4,321m due to denudation forces. With the last eruption occurring 24 Million years ago, Mt. Elgon can be considered oldest and largest solitary volcano not only in Uganda but East Africa in general. It houses one of the world’s intact largest caldera stretching to over 42Sq.km supported by 4,000 Sq. km
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Spreading to over 220km2 of land surface, Semuliki National Park is located in the west of Uganda in the county of Bwamba, Bundibugyo district. The park contains a range of species among which include 441 bird species and 53 mammal species. Established in 1993, Semuliki National Park is recognized among the newly established Uganda safari parks in Uganda. Semuliki National Park extends across the rift valley floor overlooking the mystical mountains
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