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Discover the following attractions with Real Great Apes Safaris
Semuliki National park
Rwenzori Mountains National park
Queen Elizabeth National park
Murchison falls National park
Mgahinga Gorilla National park
Lake Mburo National park
Kidepo Valley National park
Kibale National park
Mount Elgon National park
Bwindi Impenetrable National park

Murchison falls National park. The park is home to 76 species of mammals including four of the “Big five”, with huge herds of Buffaloes and Elephants, well-camouflaged Leopards and healthy population of Lions.

It is also known for it’s giraffes; in Uganda these can only be viewed here and in Kidepo Valley.

Other species viewed regularly a long the game tracks include Jackson’s hartebeest, bushbucks, Uganda kob, waterbucks and warthogs.

Resident Crocodiles and Hippos as well as other, visiting wildlife are found a long the river.


Olive Baboons are common a long the roadsides-be sure to keep car windows and doors shut if you don’t want to lose your lunch. Blue and red tailed monkeys and black and white colobus can be found in the forested sectors. The savanna dwelling Patas monkey is only found here and in Kidepo Valley National Park. A round 800 Chimpanzees live in the Kaniyo Pabidi and Budongo Forests.


The varied habitats of Uganda’s largest park make it home to a variety of birds with 451 species recorded. The list includes the shoebill stork, the Goliath Heron-the largest heron in the world and pairs of elegant Grey Crowned Cranes-Uganda’s National bird.

Also seen a long the banks of the Nile are the Blue-headed Coucal, Swamp Flycatcher, Squacco, African Jacana, Sandpipers, Denham’s Bustard, Abyssinian Ground-Hornbill, Black-billed Barbet, Black-headed Gonolek, Eastern Grey Plantain-eater, Piapiac, Silver bird, Waver birds, Pied, Giant and Malachite Kingfishers, Red-throated Bee-eater, White-browed Sparrow Weaver, Speckle-fronted Weaver and African Quail-Finch.