Uganda Tourist Attractions

  • Tourism in Uganda is built on the concept of ecotourism and the main focus is placed on sustainable use of the natural and cultural attractions which are the foundation of Uganda's tourism, as well as empowering the local communities to benefit from tourism.

    Uganda has ten national parks offering a diversity of attractions and activities. This makes the country a one stop destination for all your adventure expectations. The national parks are rich in flora and fauna with some endemic species of birds, wild animals, butterflies, aquatic life and vegetation.


    Mabira Central Forest Reserve
    Lutoboka, Kampala and Bunjazi Central Forest
    Kalinzu Central Forest Reserve
    Mpanga Central Forest Reserve
    Budongo Central Forest Reserve
    Busingiro Eco-tourism site
    Bugoma Eco-tourism site
    Kaniyo – Pabidi
    Kasyoha- Kitomi Forest Reserve


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  • Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park is one of UNESCO's heritage sites best known for its Mountain Gorilla populations and gorilla tracking although, it also offers some of the finest montane forest birding in Africa and is a key destination for any birder doing a Safari to Uganda. It is home to roughly half of the world's mountain gorillas.


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  • Known for its curative healing powers, Kitagata Hot Springs have attracted many people here. Even hospitals in Uganda refer patients here and there are widespread stories of miraculous healing.


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  • The Nyero Rock paintings are found in three rocks helters near the town of Kumi. The paintings can be dated back to the Later Iron Age, although little is known about the people who painted them. Some of the paintings represent animals, concentric circles and canoes.


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