National Parks

A mix of mountain ranges, semi-arid plains, savannah grassland, lush forests, and snow-capped mountains make up Uganda's picturesque. You get to pick where to go and we will make it happen.

National Parks

A mix of mountain ranges, semi-arid plains, savannah grassland, lush forests, and snow-capped mountains make up Uganda's picturesque. You get to pick where to go and we will make it happen.

Semuliki

Visit the Sempaya Hot Springs that have a rich cultural history, and interact with the Batuku cattle keepers inhabit the open plains.

Queen Elizabeth

While it houses over 95 mammal species and over 600 bird species, the park is most famous for its big tree-climbing lions and leopards.

Mount Elgon

For thousands of years, a dormant giant has towered over the Uganda-Kenya border occupied by the native Bagisu tribe.

Kidepo Valley

The few that visit Kidepo will testify to its magnificence, explore the Karamojong community tour, hike Mt. Morungole.

Kibale Forest

The number and diversity of primates in this park are the highest in the world, take part in the popular Kanyanchu Primate Walk.

Murchison Falls

Murchison Falls national game park is famous for being the home of the world’s most powerful falls. With a pressure so great the ground.

Rwenzori

Fables and tales speak of the “Mountains of the Moon” which holds Africa’s highest peak at an altitude of 5,109m.

Lake Mburo

It is famous for its big numbers of impala but has a wide range of animal species to see during game drives including zebras.

Mgahinga

Among the park’s prominent features include the three conical extinct volcanoes that form part of the Virunga volcanic ranges.

Bwindi Impenetrable

Bwindi remains one of the secure homes of the endangered mountain gorillas. The forest shelters half of the world’s gorilla population.

Kwezi Outdoors