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Concealed in the north-eastern most end of Uganda, at the border between South Sudan and Kenya, Kidepo Valley National Park is a gem among gems. Of all the parks in Uganda, Kidepo presents the biggest feast of game-viewing. This award-winning conservation area is the furthest park from the capital city of Uganda but a trip worth every mile.
Murchison Falls National Park and Budongo Forest Reserve are rich of birds with a checklist of over 450 bird species and 75 mammals all because of the wide range of habitats. This region supports 20 species from the three non-qualifying biomes; 11 species of the Guinea-Congo forest, 6 species of Afro-tropical highlands and three of the Somali- Masai biome.
Located 44km East of Kampala, outside Lugazi Town, Mabira Forest hides one of this region’s best kept secrets— the opportunity to shed off your city skin and soar from tree to tree in one of Uganda’s few surviving natural rain forests. Being on this aerial runway in Mabira’s high canopy makes you feel like a monkey in the trees!