Uganda National Parks
Discover the incredible Uganda National Parks
Enjoy your holidays and safaris in Uganda’s top national parks at the best friendly rates ever;- all activities inclusive of viewing the elusive climbing lions, visiting the source of the world’s longest river, standing at the impressive equator line, viewing the world’s most powerful waterfalls- Murchison Falls (Kabalega falls), as well as the ultimate gorilla safari experience in Bwindi impenetrable national park and a stunning African scenery marked with equatorial and savanna vegetation.
Uganda is also blessed with an amazing total of 13 game reserves which are also ideal home to numerous wildlife species. These include; Katonga Wildlife Reserve, Ajai Wildlife Reserve, Bokora Corridor Wildlife Reserve, East Madi Wildlife Reserve, Bugungu Wildlife Reserve, Kabwoya Wildlife Reserve, Pian Upe Wildlife Reserve, Kigezi Wildlife Reserve, Kyambura Wildlife Reserve, Lomunga Wildlife Reserve, Matheniko Wildlife Reserve, Karuma Wildlife Reserve and Toro Semuliki Wildlife Reserve.
When to visit Uganda Safari destinations:
Wildlife safaris and game viewing in Uganda’s Safari parks is best at the end of the dry seasons – February and March and September/early October – when wildlife is concentrated around water sources. Bird watching is amazing all year round but is at its peak between November and April when migrant species are present.
Uganda’s raised terrain represents a mild climate than its equatorial setting suggests; though gorillas can be tracked all year round, but it is important if you are organizing a gorilla trek, to know the favourable and easiest tracking conditions. Although it’s regarded as a year-round activity, the best time to visit Uganda for gorilla trekking is during the country’s two dry seasons when the mountain gorillas are not deep in the jungles: January and February and from June to September.