A travel guide to visit uganda
Once you attempt to discover the best and current offers on traveling to East Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Uganda, you must do some research. There is a lot to discover when on a safari although you need Moyo Africa Tours to assist, take you around and not to miss any spot while on your trip.
Kibale National Park
Located in western Uganda, Kibale Forest National Park is known to be home to the highest density of primates in Africa. Although the highlight of the park is the habituated chimpanzees, the treetops are alive with all manner of monkey including: red-tailed monkey, L’Hoest's monkey, grey-cheeked Mangabey, red colobus and black and white colobus monkeys can all be spotted here. When you’re not searching for monkeys there are over 300 bird species and an incredible 250 species of butterfly to keep you busy. Visitors can look forward to chimpanzee tracking, birding tours and guided nature walks
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Surrounded by other wonderful parks in western Uganda, this park is known for its rich biodiversity, wildlife and history. In the southern part there is Ishasha sector, a home to tree-climbing lions which spend most time dozing in the fig trees. Around Lake Edward, enjoy fishing and game watching - remember look out for elephants, crocodiles, and perennial and migratory bird species.
Queen Elizabeth. Park is famous for diverse ecosystems including sprawling Savannah, shady humid forests, sparkling lakes, wetlands & amazing craters. Ideal for big game, primates including Chimps and over 600 bird species. It a scenic view of Kazinga Channel, the Rwenzori Mountains and crater lakes
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Located in south-western Uganda, the park is Africa’s oldest rain-forest famous for its gorilla-sighting opportunities. The rugged landscape has a dense jungle, waterfalls and sparkling mountain streams, deep valleys and steep ridges and it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its natural beauty and unique ecological significance. Aside from gorilla interactions, there are other features; a network of forest walks, over 350 bird species and various butterflies.
Lake Mburo National Park
Lake Mburo National Park is a very special place; every part of it is alive with variety, interest and colour. It contains an extensive area of wetland and also harbours several species of mammals and birds found nowhere else in Uganda. Its sculptured landscape, with rolling hills and idyllic lake shores has a varied mosaic of habitats; forest galleries, seasonal and permanent swamps, rich acacia-woodland and grassy valleys which all support a wealth of wildlife.
Lake Mburo is the only park in Uganda with eland, impala and klipspringer. It is also home to the largest population of zebra in Uganda estimated at about 5,000 and probably contains the highest concentration of leopard found anywhere in Uganda. Buffalo, waterbuck, topi and warthog are also very common. Reedbuck and oribi can also be spotted in the open valleys. Hyena, genet, bush pigs and white tailed mongoose are often seen on night game drives.
Murchison Fall National Park
Murchison Falls is Uganda's largest national park located is in north-western Uganda, spreading inland from the shores of lake Albert, around the Victoria Nile, up to the Karuma Falls. Together with the adjacent 748Km2, Bugungu Wildlife Reserve and the 720Km2, Karuma Wildlife Reserve, the park forms the Murchison Falls Conservations Area. More than 76 species of mammals as well as Uganda's largest population of Nile Crocodiles and 450 bird species are present ranging from easy variety .