For a small, landlocked country of which almost 25% is lakes and rivers, Uganda certainly packs in the places of interest. Mountainous, forested Bwindi National Park is where to go in Uganda for gorilla treks but the country is also home to large savannah reserves, lowland rainforests and enchanting lakes which – in combination – make for one of the biggest wildlife experiences in Africa.
Where to Go in Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Just like the million others who visited this magical destination, you too will uncover tons of reasons why Queen Elizabeth National Park is must-visit once you explored the area. A park with stunning landscapes, great variety and density of wildlife, flora, and fauna, are just a few features of Queen Elizabeth National Park. You can experience the magic of the park yourself by choosing to stay in the accommodations nearby or within Queen Elizabeth National Park. To help you choose the right lodging, we made it easier by gathering these fantastic accommodations with all the information you need for consideration.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.
In southwestern Uganda is a top destination filled with stunning wildlife, and lush jungles brimming with energy. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is famous mostly because of its residential colobus monkeys, mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, and different bird species. Tourists hike the park for close encounters with these mammals. Lodgings and accommodations within and nearby the park offers convenience and a comfortable place to stay when exploring the area. We gathered beautiful camps and shelters that you can choose from if you plan to have an unforgettable adventure in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park.