Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – On the edge of the Western Rift Valley adjacent to the Parc Nationale des Virungas, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is best known for Gorilla trekking. The park is home to approximately half of the World’s population of Mountain Gorillas. The varied bird, plant and primate species to be discovered in the area ensured Bwindi’s Word Heritage status in 1994.
Queen Elizabeth National Park – Set in the shadows of the majestic Rwenzori Mountains, Queen Elizabeth National Park borders Lakes Edward and George and the remote Ishasha River, giving it a remarkable diversity of ecosystems, from savanna to wetlands, lowland forests and even crater lakes. The park is an ideal habitat for big game, primate species and hundreds of bird species.
Kibale Forest National Park – This evergreen rainforest in Southern Uganda is most notable for its large population of habituated chimpanzees. The park is home to the greatest variety and concentration of primates found anywhere in East Africa, including the localized Red Colobus and rare L’Hoest’s monkeys. The network of shady forest trails and exotic species of trees provides much delight to botanists and butterfly enthusiasts.