Over the last 40 years, Uganda has established a network of National Parks and Wildlife Reserves to protect its wildlife and special landscapes, covering over 10% of the country.  The visitor has a wide range of opportunities, from game viewing in Queen Elizabeth and Murchison Falls National Parks to gorilla-viewing in Bwindi (a World Heritage site) and mountain climbing in the Rwenzoris (to become a World Heritage site). Fishing safaris are increasingly popular, and more extensive walking safaris will soon be available in the savanna parks. 

Away from the wildlife areas, white water is increasingly popular on the Nile at Jinja, and cultural tourism will benefit from new initiatives to protect important historical monuments and cultural sites.

All of the parks and sites have accommodations ranging from simple tents to luxury rooms with full baths. Depending upon your inclination and budget, I can make all of the arrangements for you. Just send me an email ( or call me (+ Let me know your ideas and preferences, and I will help tailor a trip to your dreams.

The National Parks include:

Murchison Falls National Park
Rwenzori Mountains National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Mgahinga National Park
Semliki National Park
Kibale National Park
Lake Mburo National Park
Mount Elgon National Park
Kidepo Valley National Park