QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
The park has a fascinating cultural history, thus makes it understandably Uganda’s most popular tourist destination. It has a diverse ecosystem, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game and primates species
BWINDI IMPERENATRABLE FOREST
Is home to almost half of the worlds surviving mountain gorillas, the world Heritage. Set over 331 sq. km of improbably steep mountainous rainforest, the park is home to an estimated 360 gorillas. Undoubtedly Uganda’s biggest tourist draw card.It is the oldest and most biologically diverse rainforest which herbs several primates species such as baboons and chimpanzee’s , as well as elephants and antelopes and numbers of birds species.
LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK
Home to about 313 different bird species including the rare shoebill stork and white winged warbler. Other species to lookout for are crested francolin, Emerald spotted Wood Dove, Brown parrot bare faced Go away bird, and Red necked Spur, common Quails, black – Billed Barbet and many more. Its very special place where every part is alive with variety, interest and color, and contains an extensive area of wetland, one of the only two such habitats to be included within a National park in Uganda.