The Bahai Temple
The Bahai Temple, about 7 kilometers from Kampala city center amazes many visitors not only because of its architectural splendor, but also because of the beautiful natural environment in which it majestically stands.
Bwindi Forest National Park
Bwindi Impenetrable, a magnificent verdant swathe across the steep ridges of the Albertine Rift Valley – one of the few in Africa to have flourished throughout the last Ice Age – is home to roughly half of the worlds mountain gorillas.
Murchison Falls National Park
Murchison Falls is by far Ugandas largest national park, protecting a chunk of untamed African savannah bisected by the mighty river Nile. This vast national park (3840 sq km) is named for the dramatic Murchison Falls, where the worlds
Queen Elizabeth National Park
From open savannah to rainforest, from dense papyrus swamps and brooding crater lakes to the vastness of Lake Edward, it is little wonder that Queen Elizabeth national park (1978sq km) boasts one of the highest biodiversity ratings
Kibale National Park
This is the most accessible of Ugandas major rainforests, and is home to a remarkable 13 primate species, including the much localised Red Colobus and L’Hoests Monkey. Kibales major attraction, however, is the opportunity to track
Lake Mburo National Park
Lying in the one part of Uganda covered in extensive acacia woodland, Lake Mburo, the smallest park in Uganda, has markedly different fauna to other reserves. Lake Mburo is the best place in Uganda to see the gigantic eland antelope
Kidepo Valley National Park
Kidepo Valley National park is located in north- Eastern part of Uganda, 700km from Kampala, straddling the borders of Uganda, Kenya and Sudan making it the most isolated park in Uganda. It covers an area of 1,442 sq km.
Mgahinga National Park
Located in south western Uganda in particular Kisoro district, Mgahinga gorilla national park is the smallest park in Uganda at about 33.7km. However it is also one of the most dramatic for it lies on the northern slopes
Mount Elgon National Park
This national park is located near in the eastern part of Uganda, covering 1145sq km. Locally known as Mt. Masaba which is the name of the founding ancestor of the Bagisu who is said to have emerged from a cave on the slopes
Rwenzori Mountains National Park
Located in the western part of Uganda, Rwenzori national park is bisected by the Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo border which passes through Mt. Stanley known to be the highest peak. The Rwenzori Mountain is protected
Semliki Forest National Park
This is one of Ugandas latest National Parks that was gazetted in October 1993. It is found in the extreme west of Uganda, lying on the border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the Western Rift Valley.