Uganda Activities

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Queen Elizabeth National Park
At the top of many Ugandan itineraries will be Queen Elizabeth National Park, which represents yet another excellent opportunity for wildlife watching. With 90 mammalian species and 500 species of bird, you're guaranteed to see something special, but it's the famous tree-climbing lions in the remote Ishasha sector of the park that steal the show.
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Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
An estimated 340 gorillas inhabit the 200 square miles of emerald rainforest in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. In the hands of a good guide, this UNESCO World Heritage Site promises the possibility of Colobus monkeys, L’Hoest’s monkeys, forest elephants, duikers, bushbucks, African golden cats, and the rare giant forest hog.
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Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
For a truly unforgettable experience, visit the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, which is home to Uganda's only population of wild rhinos. You'll have the chance to go on a rhino trek, bird watch and go on canoe rides, or alternatively, relax in a serene wilderness setting which is the true epitome of Africa.
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Rwenzori Mountains National Park
Stretching some 75 miles along the Congolese border, the Rwenzori Mountains National Park is famous for its incredible hikes and rare wildlife. The Rwenzori climbing mouse and the Rwenzori red duiker are endemic to the range, as are 19 of 241 known bird species. It was named a World Heritage Site in 1994 due to its beauty and biodiversity.
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Murchison Falls National Park
Visit the Murchison Falls National Park and see the Nile in its earliest stages. The park itself is home to hippos, crocodiles, waterbucks and buffaloes, all surrounded by trees, plains and gorges. Perhaps most impressively, it's also home to a small population of gorillas – take a trip here for a chance to see them in their natural environment.