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Semuliki National Park In Uganda0 Tours
Semliki National Park covers 220km2, lies along the Congolese border following the Semliki River, within the Western arm of the Albertine Rift Valley, in the North of Rwenzori Mountains. The park has an average altitude of 700m above sea level and it is the leading birding destination in Uganda. Most of the park area is
Rwenzori Mountains National Park In Uganda0 Tours
Rwenzori Mountains National park which straddles at an area 996km2 was recorded as World Heritage Site in 1994 to protect the slopes of Rwenzori Mountains-fabled Mountains of the moon, which stretches about 120 km along the Congo border. The Rwenzori Mountains are as a result of the Rift Valley formation and they are Block Mountains.
Queen Elizabeth National Park In Uganda0 Tours
Queen Elizabeth National Park covers 2,056 km2 of land; it is located in South of the Rwenzori Mountains, bordering Congo and the park`s two beautiful lakes of Lake Edward and Lake Gorge are connected by the famous Kazinga Channel that is known for the breathtaking and most rewarding boat cruise. The topography of Queen Elizabeth
Murchison Falls National Park In Uganda0 Tours
Murchison Falls Conservation Area covers an area of 5025km2 and it is perhaps the largest protected area in Uganda. This conservation area includes Murchison Falls National Park, Karuma Wildlife Reserve, Bugungu Wildlife Reserve, and Budongo forest in the south. The altitude ranges from 619m at the delta on Lake Albert and 1.292m at Rabongo hill,
Mount Elgon National Park In Uganda0 Tours
Mount Elgon is an extinct volcanic mountain with the largest surface area in the world (50km by 80km) and a caldera with a diameter of about 8 km. The highest peak is Wagagai, 4.321 m. It lies at the border with Kenya. The National Park is 1,121km2 in size. The Bagisu-Local people call this mountain
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park In Uganda0 Tours
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park is the Uganda`s national park with an area of 33.7km2 in size, is the Ugandan part of the bigger Virunga Conservation Area, which is a jointly protected area with Congo and Rwanda. The park covers the northern slopes of three extinct northern volcanoes namely Mount Gahinga (3.474 m), Mount Sabinyo (3.669
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