Amboseli National ParkNorth West of Mt. Kilimanjaro
Amboseli National park lies immediately North West of Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the Kenya / Tanzania border. Amboseli is known as the best place in Africa for getting up close to free-ranging elephants. The population is so robust here that sightings are guaranteed!
Samburu National ReserveRift Valley province of Kenya
Samburu national reserve is situated at the Southern Corner of Samburu District in the Rift Valley province of Kenya. Elephants? Samburu boasts over 900 of these peaceful creatures… the herds gathering at the life sustaining river. Meanwhile beneath the river’s muddy brown waters, a significant population of Nile crocodile can be spotted, waiting for their prey.
NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREAAn Extinct Volcano Filled with Wildlife
Visiting Ngorongoro Crater is like stepping into an adventure movie: a sprawling, forested volcanic crater teeming with lions, cheetahs and flamingoes! Stretched out before you in this near-perfect blue-green caldera resides the densest concentration of wildlife in Africa. You only have to descend the crater walls with your guide to enter one of the most extraordinary habitats on the continent.
An Extinct Volcano Filled with WildlifeIt’s said the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the best place to see all the “Big Five”. Where else could you find the highest density of predators in Africa, plus giant tusker elephants and seas of fuchsia pink birds? The 25,000 large animals here, living in the world’s foremost, intact volcanic caldera have earned the accolades that come with the titles of World Heritage Site and Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.
'The Widest Variety of Wildlife'All can agree that this rich variety of scenery is the perfect habitat for a variety of safari animals unequaled in Uganda.
Bwindi Impenetrable National ParkMisty Hillsides, Thick Jungle, and Gorillas
How many parks can boast of having half the world’s population of gorillas? Welcome to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park! Its rich rainforests host over 600 mountain gorillas – giving you plenty of opportunities for trekking and discovery. It’s a not-too-be-missed African safari experience.
Bwindi’s population of mountain gorillas is comprised of 36 families, 19 of which are habituated – that is, they are used to visitors trekking in to observe them. With a professional guide, your chances of finding a gorilla family are excellent.
Misty Hillsides, Thick Jungle, and GorillasThis great jewel of a reserve is actually an ancient forest, dating back 25,000 years, one of the few spots on the African continent to have survived the last ice age. The park’s longevity and literal deep forest roots have created an immense diversity of wildlife and glorious displays of orchids, ferns, and flowers.
Kidepo Valley National Park'A Brilliant Wilderness of Wildlife'
Perhaps one of the most remote parks in Africa, Kidepo Valley National Park is not on everyone’s must-see list. But that would be a mistake, as Kidepo presents some of the most striking safari scenery in Uganda. Plus, there is wildlife found here that’s not seen elsewhere in the country.
'A Brilliant Wilderness of Wildlife'The journey to this rugged park is worth the effort to find its resident cheetahs, aardwolves, bat-eared foxes, and caracal. Of Kidepo’s 75 species of mammals, you’ll enjoy the company of elephants, buffaloes, zebras, giraffes, jackals, leopards, wild dogs, and hyenas. Plus, Nile crocodiles can be seen in its two rivers – the Kidepo and Narus.
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