Parks And National Reserves In Uganda : Uganda is  well-known pearl of Africa which is a home full of beautiful sceneries and attractive areas to visit, some of these places are breathe taking and leave you nodding your head in amusement saying indeed the gentle man who declared it the pearl of Africa honestly had an eye for nature to thrill while on Uganda safaris Tours.

Tourism is the second- largest source of foreign exchange revenue; the Uganda tourism board is responsible for maintaining information pertaining to tourism in Uganda. Uganda wildlife service maintains the national park system; there are two main types of terrestrial protected areas in Uganda that is national parks, and national reserves also known as marine parks and marine reserves. There is a maximum of 10 national parks and 12 national reserves in Uganda and all these parks are under the Uganda wildlife authority the national parks and national reserves in Uganda are as follow.

National Parks

  • Queen Elizabeth National Park
  • Murchison Falls National Park
  • Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park
  • Kibale Forest National Park
  • Lake Mburo National Park
  • Kidepo Valley National Park
  • Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
  • Mount Elgon National Park
  • Rwenzori National Park
  • Semliki Forest National Park
Parks And National Reserves In Uganda
Queen Elizabeth N.P

National Game Reserves

  • Ajai Wildlife Reserve
  • Bokora Corridor Wildlife Reserve
  • Bugungu Wildlife Reserve
  • Kabwoya wildlife reserve
  • Karuma wildlife reserve
  • Katonga wildlife reserve
  • Kigezi wildlife reserve
  • Kyambura wildlife reserve
  • East Madi wildlife reserve
  • Matheniko wildlife reserve
  • Pian Upe wildlife reserve
  • Toro-Semiliki wildlife reserve

There are thousands of fun activities that can be carried out in these area from all corners of each pf them there is a fun moment and educative part of the Uganda Safari tour

Major Activities Done

Nature Walks: Come explore the forest on foot, feeling the fresh breeze from these trees, the guided walk is such an experience you don’t want to miss out on and the eye-catching beautiful sceneries like the waterfalls, singing birds, and the Primate species. Nature walks take you through the valley trail, waterfall path

Chimpanzee Tracking: The Activity starts very early in the morning with the briefing at the park headquarters led by the ranger guides, these prepare you through the don’ts and dos of the trekking. One thing you should know that the activity is a bit tiresome.

Bungee Trampoline: A participant puts on a trampoline harness and is then hooked to several bungee ropes. Those ropes are attached to poles or bars allowing the participant do jumps, flips and reach heights. If you’re a fun the Uganda safari will recommend you to try out this great game.

Swimming: Swimming is an individual or team racing sport that requires the use of one’s entire body to move through water. This activity on your tour will help u to relax your mind and in case you’re moving on a city tour as a family, friends this is the right time for you to catch up.

Quad Biking : this is the best part of the parks great nice bikes that can be used in quad biking games race and see your best part of rides in case you love biking

Parks And National Reserves In Uganda
Quad Biking

Archery; Have you ever aimed at a target without a gun, a catapult, a spear, then an arrow and a bow

Have you ever aimed at a target using a gun, a catapult, a spear, then the next is an arrow and a bow. And it’s in most parks of Uganda

Boating: Boating is the leisurely activity of travelling by boat, or the recreational use of a boat whether powerboats, sailboats, or man-powered vessels (such as rowing and paddle boats), focused on the travel itself, as well as sports activities, such as fishing or waterskiing. And this will bring us to the waited part of fun.

Fishing: there’s no need to go far offshore to satisfy the urge to catch fish. Some people prefer to bait a hook and wait for a fish to bite. Others prefer to troll with bait in the water. Still others love the rhythm and exercise of repeatedly casting a fly-fishing rod. All of those techniques can be used pretty much everywhere, with what you catch depending on where your boat is located.

Snorkeling: The fish swimming around the coral also can be breathtaking, from tiny to larger fish. With a basic underwater camera to capture your favorite moments, the fun of a few hours spent snorkeling can bring smiles in keepsake photo albums for years to come. Few sights are as delightful as the ones just off the swim platform of a boat, where wearing a snorkeling mask and fins lets you enter a whole world of natural scenery that doesn’t exist anywhere else. With swim guides all the fun one can get!

There are thousands of fun activities at these game parks and game reserves so one needs to have a tour to Uganda for there is a number of different areas to visit and lots of beautiful sceneries to see and admire and remain praising Uganda for being the pearl of Africa because of its lovely and amazing natural features.

Reasons Why One Should Visit Game Parks

When we think of national parks, we think of places for people to recreate and connect with nature and their history, but they also provide places for people to have fun, and find mental, physical, and spiritual health, and social wellbeing.

So there are also reasons why one should have a visit at national parks and reserves besides the trekking, nature walks, and so many more

These places still contribute a lot in our minds spirits and souls and that’s why Uganda safari strongly takes it to its self so to see to it that one gets a get memorable visit. Reasons why one should visit them include:

  • National Parks and game reserves Foster Mental, Physical and Spiritual Health.
  • National Parks and game reserves Encourage Physical Activity.
  • National Parks and game reserves Advance Health Equity.
  • National Parks and game reserves Help Kids Flourish.
  • National Parks and game reserves are a Powerful Prescription to Combat Chronic Disease.
  • National parks and game reserves are needed for society Survival.

There lots more reasons one should visit game parks and game reserves, not to say the positive energy it gives, these lovely areas also contain a lot of beautiful sceneries such as mountains, water bodies , animals, insects, birds, and vegetation’s .

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