because of its beauty, freshness, and vibrant spirit. Come and see for yourself Uganda has it all: The highest mountain range of Africa, the largest lake, the great savannas of Kenya and Tanzania, and the vast tropical rainforests of Congo and Rwanda. Uganda offers the best of everything from East and West Africa. A unique combination of large animals like elephants, lions, buffaloes, leopards, giraffes, zebras, hyenas, warthogs, hippos, and crocodiles from the savannas and the forest animals like chimpanzees, gorillas, black and white colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, patas monkeys, blue monkeys, forest elephants, forest buffaloes, and giant forest hogs. It is a landlocked country bordering South Sudan to the north, Kenya to the east, Tanzania to the south, Rwanda to the southwest, and, to the west, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. After Ethiopia, it has the second-largest population of any landlocked country in the whole world.
Forming part of the Virunga Conservation Area, Mgahinga Gorilla N.P is a great destination for travellers interested in gorilla treks and golden monkey treks. And with its three extinct conical volcanoes, the park offers some serious hiking too Mgahinga Gorilla is situated in the farthest south-western corner of Uganda. Covering just 33.7 square kilometres of forest at an altitude of 2,000-4,000 metres, this national park may be Uganda's smallest, but it's highly significant for the mountain gorilla! This is because it provides one of very few habitats for the furry fellows. Unsurprisingly, the main activity available from Mgahinga Gorilla's camps and lodges is gorilla treks. In fact, the park was set up to protect the gorillas, hence its name. The word Gahinga refers to the piles of volcanic stones found at the base of the Virunga volcanoes these have been cleared from farmland
Kibale NP is situated in the south of Uganda, contains a rich assortment of landscapes, mostly moist evergreen rainforest.This vast expanse of forest provides the location for Kibale's most popular activity tracking chimpanzees! The mix of evergreen and deciduous trees, 351 species in total, is home to a broad range of primates, but man's closest relative is the star of the show. In fact,Kibale boasts the highest density of chimps in Africa,and is considered one of the continent's best destinations for tracking the furry fellows. It really is an amazing experience
Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular park in all of Uganda. It is situated in the country's western region and encompasses four districts Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, and Rukungiri.
We reckon Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is pretty special - particularly as it is home to one of only two populations of the majestic mountain gorilla in the world. Bwindi is situated in the south-west of Uganda, part of an area known as the Bwindi