Uganda’s stunning scenery, green rolling hills, savannah plains and wildlife attractions all listed here. The East African country is home to a number of attractions including world premier tourist destinations.

Mountain Gorilla

Bwindi Impenetrable forest

Home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas, whose encounter and consequent eye contact is the most exciting and poignant wildlife encounter in the whole of Africa. With mist covered hillsides, this impenetrable forest is the oldest and most biologically diverse rain-forest, lying on the edge of the rift valley in southwestern Uganda. Bwindi forest National Park has gorilla tracking as the major tourist attraction with 4 gorilla tracking trail-heads.

Elephants in Kidepo Valley national park

Kidepo Valley National Park

A wilderness park; dry, hot and isolated, yet spectacular, magnificent and virgin, waiting to be discovered. Traversed by large sand rivers, the park is renowned for its distinctive composition of wild game co-existing with the dry mountain forests, open savanna and hilltops capped by rock kopjes. Enjoy the isolated wilderness dominated by the 2,750m Mount Morungole and transected by the Kidepo and great Narus rivers.


Rwenzori Mountains National Park

The Rwenzori mountains are majestically located in western Uganda, near the Congo border and have an amazing scenery. The mountain ranges are scenic with pristine and spectacular landscape that comprise of waterfalls, hot springs, blue cirque lakes, snow clad peaks and stratified vegetation which is an attraction not only for visitors, but also creates potential for research as well as resources for the nearby communities.


Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is understandably Uganda’s most popular tourist destination. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds.

Kibale forest national park

Kibale Forest National Park

Kibale National Park is the most magnificent of Uganda’s tropical rain forests and one of the most rewarding areas to explore. Established at the end of the 18th Century, Kibale boasts of 13 species of primates including the localized Red Colobus, L’Hoest’s monkeys and the endemic Uganda Mangabay. Kibale’s major attraction is the chimpanzees, the delightful apes, most closest to humans than to any other living creature.

Murchison falls National park

Murchison Falls National Park

Characterized with eternal war between rock and water, Murchison falls is one of the world’s best water falls located at the northern end of the Albertine Rift Valley. Murchison falls park has the most remarkable wildlife spectacles which include elephants, giraffes, Lions, buffaloes, hippos, Nile crocodiles and aquatic birds. It is bisected by the Victoria Nile which provides the best boat trips.


Mount Elgon National Park

Mount Elgon at 4000km2 has the largest volcanic base in the world and is a massive solitary volcanic mountain on the border of eastern Uganda and western Kenya. Its vast form, 80km in diameter, rises 3000m above the surrounding plains. Its mountainous regional landscape and cool heights offer respite for humans from the hot plains below and its higher altitudes provide refuge for flora and fauna.

Zebra in Lake Mburo

Lake Mburo National Park

In the middle of an extensive rich acacia woodland lies one of Uganda’s most spectacular and breathtaking game parks in Uganda; Lake Mburo National Park. Lake Mburo is a gem of a park, conveniently located close to the western high way that connects Kampala to the parks of western Uganda. It is a very special place with a medley of habitats ranging from dry hillsides, rocky outcrops, bushy thickets, open and wooded savannas to forest, lakes and swamps.

Rafting in Jinja Uganda

Jinja City & Source of The Nile

Jinja is an adventure place set on northern shore of Lake Victoria and the place where the Nile River has its source. The Nile runs through Uganda to Sudan & Eqypt to the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile also flows through one of Uganda’s largest & oldest national park – Murchison falls national park. Once here, you can get to enjoy the best game viewing experiences and scenic views of the dramatic Murchison falls.