Top 9 Beautiful National Parks in Uganda
Lake Mburo National Park:is a park in Kiruhura District covering 100 square miles. It became a national park in 1983. Animals in the park are zebras, gorillas, hippos, impalas, warthogs, elands.
Kidepo National Park: is 557 square miles of land in the Karamoja region. It became a national park in 1958. A major attraction in the park is Mount Morungole which towers 9,020 feet above .
Kibale Forest National Park:This is also a good location to learn about local culture because multiple tribes inhabit the area surrounding the park. The Batooro and Bakiga people are the two major .
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park: in Uganda is Mgahinga Gorilla National Park with a total area of 13.01 square miles. It was created in 1991 and is in the Virunga Mountains in the Kosoro .
Murchison Falls National Park:is one of the oldest, largest, and most visited national parks in Uganda. The park is in the Ugandan districts of Buliisa, Nwoya, Kiryandongo, and Masindi.
Queen Elizabeth National Park: is tied for being the oldest park in Uganda and is also one of the most popular. The park was founded in 1952 and encompasses 764 square miles.
Mount Elgon National Park:This park is 494 square miles straddling the Uganda-Kenya border. At the national park, Mount Elgon stands 14, 178 feet tall on the Kenyan border .
Semuliki National Park: is an 85-square-mile expanse in the Bundibugyo District. It became a national park in October 1993. The park borders the Semliki and Lamia rivers and has two hot springs.
Rwenzori Mountains National Park: is a 385-square-mile park in southwestern Uganda along the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The park covers much of the Rwenzori Mountain range.