Uganda Wildlife Safaris, Wildlife tour in Uganda, Wildlife Safaris in Uganda, Uganda Safaris
Uganda Wildlife Safaris into her various safari parks have stood along the to make Uganda an ideal destination to explore once you out for a Wildlife safari to Uganda Africa. With ten (10) National Parks, such as Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park -the Uganda gorilla trekking safari hub, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Murchison Falls National Park plus Lake Mburo National Park known for massive game drives, boat cruises and cultural tour safaris in Uganda, Kibale Forest National Park where Chimpanzee trekking safaris in Uganda are majorly done,Mountain Rwenzori National Park and Mt. Elgon National Park with their magical mountain climbing adventures, on top of her 12 game reserves, Uganda stands out as one of the leading safari destinations Africa and the world at large have to fascinate travel hungry tourists in this world. International travel agencies such as National Geographic and Lonely Planet together with their sister news companies such as CNN have given some Wildlife Uganda Safari parks like Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Rwenzori National Park special accolades and UNESCO has named some of Ugandan parks heritage Parks due to their special heritage importance to Uganda and the world over.
Uganda is a home to the African Big five namely the African Elephant, the African leopard, the Lion, African Buffalo and the Rhino. The count of fifteen southern white Rhinos thrive in the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary following their re-introduction in 2005 as they had faced total extinction by 1983. Kidepo Valley National Park boasts of one of the less explored wilderness areas in Africa with extensive wild game species and in big numbers with unique sights of Ostrich, the eland, bat-eared fox, aardwolf, black-backed jackal, caracal, cheetah,greater Kudu, lesser Kudu, the mountain reedbuck and Guenther’s dik-dik. The savannah landscapes of Queen Elizabeth National Park supports counts of tree climbing lions in its southern sector of Ishasha and the river safari along the Kazinga Channel with sights of Hippos and Nile crocodiles coupled with the extensive Zebra and Impala populations in Lake Mburo National Park combine to generate remarkable Ugandan Wildlife safari memories.