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Uganda – The Pearl Of Africa: With an area comparable to that of Great Britain, Uganda has 10 National Parks, 17 percent of the world’s biodiversity, over 54 percent of the worlds Mountain Gorillas and 11 percent of the world’s mammal species. We are also home to Lake Victoria, the world’s second largest lake with more than 50% of its 68,800 square kilometers in Uganda.

Uganda is also Africa’s most famous bird-watching destination with more than 1,200 species recorded - an astonishing 33 percent of the world’s birds! Uganda’s tourism takes you from the highest point of Rwenzori Mountains, called by Ptolemy the “mountains of the moon” to the green Afro-montane tropical forests to tracks of thorn-bush savannah which are interspersed with various rainforests, lakes, explosion craters and rivers heavily endowed with aquatic life. Our forests are home to a multitude of primates including the endangered Mountain Gorillas, Chimpanzees, Golden Monkeys, Colobus Monkeys and more.

Uganda also offers adventure trips away from the gorillas – trekking in the Rwenzoris, whitewater rafting and bungee jumping on the Nile, river safaris, horseback riding and walking safaris.

Uganda’s well-earned reputation of being Africa’s friendliest country originates from the fact that traditionally hospitality and rich culture are the key element to its diverse population of over 30 million people.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park’s 331 sq. kms of montane and lowland forest jungle lies in southwestern Uganda, 540 kms from Kampala.

Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP), Uganda’s most popular savannah park, is located in western Uganda, approx 438 kms/6 hrs southwest of Kampala.

The 1,442 km² Kidepo Valley National Park is tucked away into the corner of Uganda's border with Sudan and Kenya approx. 700 kms from Kampala.

Located in southern Uganda (230km/4 hrs from Kampala), the 260 km² Lake Mburo National Park is a compact gem, located conveniently close to the highway that connects Kampala to the parks of western Uganda,

Kibale National Park, 320 kms/5 hrs from Kampala, is Uganda’s primates’ paradise, her 776 km² of moist evergreen rain forest home to the highest concentration of primates in the world - 13 species, including the very ‘local-ized’ Red Colobus as well as L'Hoest's monkey.

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, a tropical rainforest, is situated in the southwestern corner of Uganda, on the border with Rwanda and DR Congo, 540 kms from Kampala and 14 km south of Kisoro.

Mt. Elgon is an extinct volcano straddling the Kenya/Uganda border but her loftiest peak, Wagagai, lies within, and is best ascended from Uganda.

The Rwenzori Mountains are Africa's tallest mountain range, exceeded only by the free-standing Mt. Kenya and Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Semliki National Park, an extension of the Congo's vast Ituri rainforest, is situated on the Uganda/Congo border, approx. 340 kms/6 hrs from Kampala between Lake Albert and the Rwenzoris.

Situated approx. 300 kms/5 hrs northwest of Kampala, this 3,840 km² park spreading inland from the shores of Lake Albert around the Victoria Nile is Uganda's largest National Park.

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