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Birding Experience in Mt. Rwenzori National Park
Located in southwestern Uganda along the border with Democratic Republic of Congo at 1000km2 the park was gazetted in 1991 and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was listed a heritage site between 1999 and 2004 because of the insecurity and lack of resources in the park. Also known as ‘Mountains of the Moon’,...
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Birding Experience in Murchison Falls National Park
Murchison Falls National Park is the oldest and largest protected area in Uganda at over 3,893km2 and its comprised of Murchison Falls National Park, Bungungu Wildlife Reserve at 501km2, Karuma Wildlife Reserve at 678km2 and Budongo Forest Reserve at 592km2 managed by both Uganda Wildlife Authority and National Forestry Authority as Murchison Falls Conservation Area....
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Birding Experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in western Uganda, spanning the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Bushenyi and Rukungiri which is 1,978km2 big with the bigger percentage 50% in Bushenyi, 33% in Rukungiri and 11% in Kasese and 376km in distance by road from Kampala. Queen Elizabeth National Park also spans the equator line; monuments on...
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Birding Experience in Kibale Forest and Bigodi Wetland
Kibale forest is one of the most attractive national parks situated in western Uganda at 766km2 encompassing primarily moist evergreen forest. Kibale is one of the remaining forests that contain both lowland and montane forest and sustains the last expanse of pre-montane forest. Gazetted in 1932 and formally established in 1993 to protect a large...
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Shoebill stork
Uganda is home to over 1100 bird species recorded making it more than 50% and 11% of Africa and world’s bird population respectively. Uganda is renowned for its array of specialty and endemic species including but not limited to the shoebill stork, African green broadbill, African grey parrot, Ruwenzori turaco, Rwenzori batis, Ruwenzori nightjar, Shelley’s...
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River Nile in Uganda
The River Nile is a major north-flowing River in the northeastern Africa flowing into the Mediterranean Sea. River Nile is the longest River in Africa and historically considered as the world’s longest River. Before this river was named the Nile, it was initially called Ar or Aur by the ancient Egyptians meaning “black” a reference...
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Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of Uganda’s Protected Areas situated in the southwestern region of the country spanning districts of Kasese, Rubirizi, Kamwenge and Rukungiri. Queen Elizabeth National Park adjoins Kyambura game reserve to the east, and Kigezi game reserve including the Maramagambo forest, Kibale National Park to the northeast and Virunga National Park...
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Birding in Uganda
Introduction Uganda is a birders’ paradise known to harbor over half of Africa’s bird species and 11% of the world’s bird types. The Pearl of Africa boasts with a massive list of more than 1075 recorded bird species making it one of the world’s best birds spotting area with several bird species including Albertine Rift...
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Midrange Accommodation in Kidepo
Kidepo Valley National Park is located in the northeastern corner of Uganda, near the borders with South Sudan and Kenya, renowned for its rugged landscapes, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural heritage. It offers an unforgettable safari experience, combining stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife, cultural encounters, and immersive nature experiences; it is a hidden gem of Uganda’s...
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Midrange Accommodation in Kibale
Kibale Forest National Park is located in western Uganda, covering an area of approximately 795km2 and offers a diverse range of experiences for nature enthusiasts, wildlife lovers, and adventure seekers alike. It is one of the most biodiverse areas in Uganda and is renowned for its population of chimpanzees and diverse array of primates. Whether...
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