From the classic scenes of Africa on the savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park, through the stunning volcanic landscape of Mgahinga to the ancient forests of Bwindi and Kibale we can show you the very best game viewing locations in Uganda.
See below for more information on the various National Parks and Reserves of Uganda and contact us to devise your ideal trip to this beautiful and diverse country.
Queen Elizabeth National Park – set in Uganda’s South-East region – is the country’s most popular reserve as it has a variety of terrain. Its volcanic craters, open savannah plains, forest, rivers and Lakeland provide diverse habitats which attract a plethora of animals.Find Out More
Mgahinga National Park is in the famous Virunga Mountain range comprised of three extinct volcanoes which have left breathtaking scenery of majestic peaks and deep riverine gorges, a vast untouched landscape providing protected habitats for a diverse collection of flora and fauna.Find Out More
The magnificent Murchison Falls are located in North-West Uganda where the Nile – the world's longest river – is channelled through a narrow gorge. The National Park encompasses the larger area of river, streams and forest with a vast range of flora and fauna dependent on this terrain.Find Out More