3 Park Points To Tour In Uganda

Are you planning to travel to Uganda, the pearl of Africa soon or even later? Ever wondered where exactly you can not miss out on your tour when finally you arrive in Uganda? Don’t worry, I have compiled for you some 3 key points and places where you should spend your vacation or anything you are after.

Uganda is the pearl of Africa as many know it and being a land which is naturally gifted, there happen to be as many tourist points and attraction centers which any tourer must not miss out and below they are listed.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Located in the southwestern part of Uganda in Eastern Africa, the park is known to have more than a single specie but rather, it has a combination of mammals, birds,butterflies, frogs, geckos, chameleons, flowering plants, monkeys, birds, chimpanzees and so many other endangered species including the mountain gorillas which one wouldn’t miss out.

Queen Elizabeth National Park
The park is located in Western part of Uganda sitting on an area of 1,978 km. The park has different species of both mammals and birds including hippopotami, chimpanzees, lions, elephants, leopards and many others you shouldn’t miss out.

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Lake Mburo National Park
The park is located in Western Uganda and is known to have a variety of different birds and animals including but not limited to zebras, buffaloes, impala and others all sitting on a 260 sq km of land. The park additionally has permanent visiting places which means that one can stay all the time needed while on the visit.

When its time to make a tour plan, you can think of the above too..

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