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The Rwenzori Mountains are one of the most exciting and challenging mountain ranges to trek in the world. 996 square kilometers of fantastical vegetation, lakes, rocky outcrops, cliffs, high glaciers and snow-capped peaks exist as a unique and mystical world into which you can escape.
Source of the World's Longest River
River Nile is world’s longest river having it’s source in Uganda. River Nile crosses Murchison falls national park which is the country’s biggest park covering an area of about 4000 kilometers squared. The Nile is home to many aquatic birds, the giant Nile crocodiles and the hippopotamuses.
World's Largest Mountain Gorilla Population
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park has the highest number of mountain gorillas and is the most popular gorilla trekking destination in Uganda. Within the dense thicket, 18 families of Mountain Gorilla roam.
Situated on the Kenyan-Ugandan border, Mount Elgon National Park is named after Mount Elgon, an extinct shield volcano which first erupted more than 24 million years ago.
Home to world’s largest number of monkeys
Uganda is home to 20 primate species with Kibale National Park containing the highest density in all of Africa. These include monkeys, baboons, apes, rare colobus, nocturnal Bush babies and Pottos found in pristine eco-environment.
Over 5,000 Chimpanzees in Uganda
Uganda’s chimps are a draw in their own right. Occupying different habitats to the gorillas and living within distinct social structures, the chimps are close to us – not just in terms of DNA. They have a dark side that enthralls just as much as their more charming characteristics.
Visit Uganda National Parks
Uganda is rightly famous for its National Parks, and visiting any of them is an experience unlike any other. Beyond the gorillas, the savannah grasslands, wetlands, and forested parks of Uganda make it one of the most ecologically rich countries on the planet.
Go Birding in Uganda
1,069 bird species. Uganda is home to over 50% of the entire bird population in Africa and 10% of that in the world.
Commitment of the Convention on Wetlands
Uganda has 12 wetlands of International Importance designated as RAMSAR sites.
Lake Victoria: the world’s 2’nd largest fresh-water lake estimated at 60,000 sq. km (the size of Ireland).
Uganda has over 100 crater lakes dotted in extinct volcanoes. Quite a number of tourist activities can be done with in the crater lakes regions.
The Bahai Temple
Bahai Temple is a house of worship also called the Mashriq I’-Adhkar which acts as a spiritual gathering place open to all people in the world.
Gaddafi Mosque, also known as Uganda National Mosque is the second largest mosque in Africa located about 2km from the city centre at old Kampala hill one of the seven hills in Kampala city.
Uganda Martyrs Shrine - Namugongo
The Basilica of the Uganda Martyrs, Namugongo is a Roman Catholic minor basilica dedicated to the Ugandan Martyrs.