The Various Safari Lodges in Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Boasting one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any reserve in the world, Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to almost a hundred animal species as well as more than 600 types of birds.
The park is 1978km2 in size, and is famous for its primate species, it’s unusual tree-climbing lions, and the large concentration of hippos.
Chimpanzees can be tracked all year round, although they are easier to track in the dry season. The migratory birds visit during the wet season.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
An ancient rain forest, the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest extends over a series of steep ridges in the Virunga Volcanoes mountain range.
Declared a UNESCO world heritage site due to its ecological uniqueness and natural beauty, roughly half of the world’s total gorilla population live in this park.
Gorillas can be tracked all year round, although they are easier to track in the dry season. The migratory birds visit during the wet season.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
High in the clouds, at an altitude of between two and four thousand metres above sea-level, lies the spectacularly scenic Mgahinga Gorilla National Park.
Located in the south-western of Uganda, Mgahinga is the smallest park at 33.7km2 and is home to ancient tribe of Batwa Pygmies.
Gorillas can be tracked all year, although they are easier to track in the dry season. The migratory birds visit during the wet season.
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