Uganda is commonly known as the pearl of Africa because of its gift in nature.it has a number of national parks as explained below.they are 10 in number and each having its own unique attractions. so when you get to visit art of Africa safari it helps you reach all these places with out any trouble.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
This park is the largest and biggest park. It is endowed with so much variety we do Game viewing, chimp tracking to bird watching, salt mining to cultural performance, breathtaking boat launch along kazinga channel to community tourism, tree climbing lions in Ishasha and for birders this is one of the best place to find a variety of migratory, intra migratory and indigenous bird species especially along kazinga channel, don’t afford to miss out on the munyanyange bird sanctuary. Stand a chance to participate in community tourism and have an opportunity to buy local crafts, visit homes and fishing villages.
Murchison Falls National Park
Located in Masindi district in Western Uganda and Nwoya district in Northern Uganda. Because of the good sense of wilderness it has four of the five that is Buffalos, elephants, leopards and lions. And other animals like school of Hippos, Giraffes, chimpanzees in a trek of Budongo forest, birds along the shores of the Victoria Nile. While at the park you will have a chance to engage yourself in a boat launch and be able to enjoy the stunning view of the falls from top to bottom and the Nile crocodiles It also has sport fishing on Albert and Victoria Nile. Tourists will also have a chance of enjoying cultural performances with Mubako and Boomu women’s group.
Lake Mburo National Park
We have trips to Lake Mburo a small park which gives it to be a large zoological park. It is mostly used as a transit zone for tourists who are continuing to other western parks or tourist destinations. It is known as a home of zebras and other attractions such as birds, impala, eland, Buffalos, Oribis, defassa, waterbucks,and leopards, hippos, hyena, topi, Uganda cobs and reed buck. Also the Mburo tree with an interesting history about it and a unique community known for its cattle keeping.
After lake Mburo on the way to Mbarara district one can visit the Igongo Cultural Center in order to know more history and cultural setup about the community surrounding the lake Mburo national park.
Kibale National Park
When you travel with Art of Africa Safari Gate way you will have an opportunity to visit this park that is popularly known for chimpanzee tracking in the kibale forest. It is truly enjoyable experience and with an experienced guide you will be able to learn more interesting things on bird life, primates, insects and tree species. Come and enjoy seeing chimpanzees eating, building nests, and playing.
The kibale association for rural and environmental development group is also another place that can be visited while in this park surely it makes your stay in kibale memorable you get to enjoy their cultural activities such as cultural dances, story telling, learn how to make hand crafts with the local people, cultural festivals if you are lucky to find one, stay at their homes and see how they do their daily activities and so many.
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Travel with us and get to enjoy Gorilla tracking and mountain climbing. Just like other parks it also has a number of tourist attractions found in the forest such as baboons, chimpanzees, birds, enormous Virunga volcanoes and even the surrounding community of bakiga and batwa pygmy who help in village walks, nature walks and cultural walks.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
We have trips to Mgahinga gorilla national park. It is same as Bwindi impenetrable national park known for rare mountain gorillas and its habitant for the endangered golden monkeys. it also has other attractions such as lake Mutanda which is between Bwindi and Mgahinga, mount Sabinyo were one can see the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and Congo at the peak each direction is a different country, mount Muhavura and mount Gahinga this place is good for mountain climbers and adventure tourists.
Mount Elgon National Park
This being the largest volcanic base in the whole world you will be able to enjoy seeing small antelopes, forest monkeys, elephants and buffalos. Mount Elgon is a bit high but if you need a satisfying climb that doesn’t require expert skills or equipment look no further than mount elgon.7th highest mountain in Africa and be able to view the sipi falls.
Semliki National Park
This is dominated by the great Ituri forest one of the Africa’s most ancient and bio-diverse forests. With in the park we will help you get to a Semliki river and valley that attracts a lot of wild life species to stay and the local population of Batwa pygmy community that originated from Ituri.And you will also be able find out about the ultimate hot springs bubble that have been shaping the valley making it an attractive place to visit.
Kidepo Valley National Park
We also have trips to Kidepo valley national park. This park has a profusion of big game and number of mammal species and birds. It is the most isolated park with its broad valley near the Apoka which makes it a prime game viewing location, forest reserve such as Zuria and Morongole for birding. It has a number of valleys such as Kidepo valley, and Narus valley even its unique culture and setup of the community in Apoka is it self an attraction especially the Manyata homes of Karamojong.
Rwenzori National Park
We also reach to this destination that has ultimate equatorial snow peaks which is the third highest point in Africa, Has huge tree heathers and colorful mosses, mammals and birds. It is good for hiking and mountaineering and also cultural tourism where by tourists will be able to know about the Bakonjo culture by visiting the Bakonjo villages, nature walks, home stead visits cultural performance and have a chance to spend a night in their accommodation that is in Ruboni village.