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Uganda National Parks are all teeming with wildlife and diverse animal and bird species that tourists get to explore when they visit Uganda. Uganda’s year-round conducive climate, vast wildlife parks and major wildlife conservation efforts are why animal species are so vast and keep thriving every year. Tourists visiting Uganda can choose to track the rare mountain gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, or to track chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park or even to take part in hiking the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains among many other tourist destinations in the country. Uganda’s Savannah parks such as Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park are home to vast animal species and most of can be spotted during wildlife game drives to these parks. Here are Uganda National Parks.

gorillas in bwindi forest

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Track mountain gorillas in Uganda in Bwindi, and explore much more..

murchison falls Uganda

Murchison Falls National Park

Explore abundant wildlife in Uganda’s largest and oldest national park..

elephant in queen elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth National Park

This is one of the most visited national parks in Uganda for wildlife tours..

chimps in kibale

Kibale Forest National Park

Enjoy chimpanzee tracking safaris in Uganda in this wildlife park..

game drive in kidepo

Kidepo Valley National Park

This is the most secluded national park in Uganda with epic sightings..

gorilla in Mgahinga

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park

Take part in gorilla trekking safaris in this park, home to primates..

zebra in Mburo

Lake Mburo National Park

This park is the nearest to Uganda’s capital and is home to mainly zebras..


Rwenzori Mountains National Park

Take part is hiking the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda..

sempaya hotsprings

Semuliki National Park

You can come in close proximity with the Sempaya Hot springs..

sipi falls on mount elgon

Mount Elgon National Park

Hiking Mount Elgon gives you great sightings of Sipi Falls and much more..

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