African Safari Blog
Visit Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is the best place for Gorilla trekking adventures. With over 450 gorillas, you are guaranteed of seeing one.
The park is found in the Eastern part of the country and it is shared between Uganda and Kenya though the biggest portion is in Uganda. It is 1121km2, and its peak is Wagagai. The main attraction is mountain Elgon hiking, though there are other interesting activities which can be...
Lake Mburo National park is a wildlife haven, conveniently located in the western part of Uganda, being the closest park to the Kampala City, the Capital of Uganda. The park is also the smallest of all the savannah National Parks in Uganda, making it possible for you to go hiking...
Ranked among the smallest National Game parks in Uganda, Mgahinga National game park is one of the few places in Africa where you can find the endangered Mountain Gorillas. The word Gahinga (a Kinyarwanda word) means a stone-heap piles of volcanic lava from which cultivation of crops can be carried...
Discover the true wildlife Wilderness in Kidepo Valley National Park. The Big 5, marvelous sand rivers, and the warmth of the Iks and Karamajongs await you.
Do lions climb trees? Well, it's an uncommon behaviour of them. Visit Uganda to see the Ishasha Tree Climbing Lions as they lazily hung in the cactus!
Visit the Great Murchison Falls National park and see the River Nile squeezing through a 7-meter narrow gorge, viewing various wildlife within the park
A visit to Semuliki National Park will give you the best of Uganda's nature, from the Hot Springs to the Chimps in Semuliki Forst, and the beautiful hills.
Kibale National Park offers you the best of the human like primates, the Chimps alongside other mammals, birds, and the magnificent Bigodi Swamp walk.