List of National Parks in Uganda

The natural beauty and elegance of this country Uganda define it as the ‘ Pearl of Africa.’ The country has a diverse array of habitats that fascinate us to discover and that are undiscovered and offer a distinctive charm that is beautiful to see.

The mountain gorillas, for which Uganda is renowned, will certainly be the main attraction. To see them in their natural surroundings is simply amazing and certainly makes them memorable. It’s once in a lifetime experience you ought not to miss. Also, with the amazing large water body, Lake Victoria, and the white water rafting at the Source of the Nile in Jinja, the country at large, offers an amazing experience due to the various attractions and a lot of things to do and see when you decide to visit Uganda. listed below are some of the fascinating national parks that will give you a brief highlight of what you will expect when you visit Uganda.

Top Uganda National Parks

Sempaya hot springs in Semuliki National Park

Semuliki national park is one of the finest top birding destinations founded in October 1993 in Uganda, situated in the western region of Bundibugyo district mainly in Bwamba County under the Uganda Wildlife Authority management.


Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo Valley National Park lies in the rugged, semi-arid valleys between Uganda’s border with Rwanda and Kenya, the park in size measures up an area of 1,442km2 with a vast largest area of land that has provided a perfect habitat for the animals.


Lake Mburo National Park. Uganda

Lake Mburo National Park is situated in western Uganda in Kiruhura district in western Uganda. The park is situated about 30 km east of the city of Mbarara, the biggest city of the province of L, from Mbarara district.


Chimpanzee Trekking in Uganda

Kibale Forest National Park. is famous for harboring the largest number of chimpanzees in its forest. Kibale forest is located in western Uganda in the district of fort portal and Kasese, the park covers an ever-green forest measuring about 766 km2.


Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth national park is undoubtedly Uganda’s famous park known for harboring a large number of animal species in the park, is located in the Kasese district about 370 km South-West of Kampala the capital city of Uganda.


boat cruise in Murchison falls national park

Murchison falls national park is the biggest national park found in Uganda, which protects most of the wildlife, the park is located in northwestern Uganda and lies at the arm of the east African rift valley which covers an area.


Silver back gorilla

Welcome to Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, an icon of Uganda’s National Parks. This Mgahinga Gorilla National Park commands majestic natural beauty and welcomes visitors each year — interested in gorilla trekking, golden monkey tracking, mountain hiking


Gorillas in Bwindi Forest National Park

The Bwindi national park is situated in southwestern Uganda and lies at the edge of the Rift Valley, the misty hillsides are blanketed by a rainforest that dates back more than 25,000 years and contains nearly 400 plant species.


Mountain Climbing in Rwenzori Mountains

Rwenzori Mountain national park is the only national park in Uganda found in the south-western region of Uganda mainly located in the Mountain Rwenzori ranges which is commonly known as the Mountain of the Moon, one of Africa’s most beautiful mountains and famously known as the third tallest mountain with the highest peak in Africa.


Mountain Elgon

Mountain Elgon National Park is a park bisected by the border of Western Kenya and Eastern Uganda. Mountain Elgon National Park is situated in the Northeast of Lake Victoria in Eastern Uganda and it is uniquely split down the middle by the Kenya-Uganda border.


Flamingos in Uganda

Best Places to See Flamingos in Uganda Uganda is a prominent birding destination in Africa which hosts a vast number of Flamingos. Flamingos are extraordinarily beautiful colorful and recognizable tall wading birds with vibrant hot pink.