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Uganda is an angelic landlocked country in East Africa bordered by Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, it has been named the pearl of Africa due to its untold beauty, and natural resources, Uganda savannah national parks are dotted along the floor of the great Albertine rift valley region, these are habitat to many animal Species including the so-called big five of the wilderness(lions, leopards, African elephants, African buffaloes, rhinos), savannah national parks of Uganda include the Murchison Falls National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Semuliki National Park, each of these is placed with a unique Biodiverse ecosystem, through the well-distributed game tracks, there are several species more wildlife inclusive of birds. Wildlife Game Drives in Uganda give you an opportunity to encounter many animal and bird species in Uganda.

Wildlife Game Drives in Uganda

Murchison Falls National Park is situated in the northern part of Uganda in the Nwoya district, it is known for the great Murchison fall after which it is named the water squeezes itself into a 7meter gorge falling into a plunge to the bottom of the cliff, the conservation area is Uganda’s largest and oldest national park, bisected into 2 by the Victoria Nile, it is placed with a. Variety of Biodiverse environment around which are great wildlife encounters, game drives are conducted in the early morning time at 6:30am, afternoon time at 2:00pm,evening time at 4:30pm east African time, this is one of the few places where night game drives are conducted with the guidance of the Uganda wildlife authority guide. Through the well-distributed game tracks of the national park, expect to see lions, leopards, Jackson hartebeests, oribi, hyenas, elephants, buffaloes, warthogs, and hippos, to mention a few.

Game Drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park will expose you to wildlife species in the second largest park of Uganda, it is popular for the tree-climbing lions to the south of the national park, along the Kasenyi plains, expect to meet lions, leopards, African buffaloes, African elephants, the south of the national park is known for tree climbing lions in the Ishasha sector of the conservation area, these are conducted in the morning, afternoon and evening time, experiential lion tracking is a great way to experience predators of Uganda.

Kidepo Valley National Park is Uganda’s most remote ecosystem known for its endemic species, they live within the ecosystem and mostly cannot be seen in the other national parks, through the rock Kopjes of the mark there are popular sights of lions, rock hyrax, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, most of the animal life in the park is placed in the Narus Valley of the national park as it is mostly with the permanent river, the north is equally interesting as it uniquely presents hot springs and plunge pools. This is one of the few places to do night game drives in Uganda

Lake Mburo National Park is located in the western part of Uganda tucked along the Mbarara-Masaka highway, it is famous for Zebras, it is the smallest of savannah national parks in Uganda, underlined by Precambrian rocks, most of the parking area is occupied with water, named after the Lake Mburo. Game drives are conducted using 4×4 wheel car drives.

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