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Game drive cost Uganda

Game drive cost in Uganda; Uganda is a land locked country located in East Africa and boasts of ten national parks that is Mount Elgon, Murchison falls, Kidepo valley, Semliki, Rwenzori mountains, Queen Elizabeth, Kibale Forest, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Mgahinga gorilla and Lake Mburo National Park.

Tourists come into the Pearl of Africa should be rest assured of taking game drives in most of Uganda’s national parks and all this is made possible with the help of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) which is responsible for managing and protecting these national parks.

Where to do and how much is Game drive cost in Uganda

Game drives in Queen Elizabeth national park.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in Western Uganda and was founded in 1952 as Kazinga national park. It was renamed Queen Elizabeth National Park two years after the official visit of the Queen of England. It is also known as one of Uganda’s top tourist destinations with the highest number of tourists all year round. The park is home to over 650 bird species and over 100 mammal species. Game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, are conducted every day and this is made possible with the help of a well rained ranger from the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA).

Murchison Falls National Park

Game drives in Murchison Falls National Park, can be conducted both day and night and being Uganda’s largest national park with a lot of wildlife species that is elephants, Rothschild’s giraffe, Uganda kobs , buffalos, lions, hyenas and leopards among others.

Lake Mburo National Park

Lake Mburo is one of the nearest national parks from Uganda’s capital city Kampala. Game drives in Lake Mburo national park are always full of fun because tourists get to see animals like buffalos, bush pig, hippopotamus, zebras, as well as a guided walking safari. Horse riding is also possible in Lake Mburo National Park, and it is offered by Mihingo Lodge. Day and night game drives can be conducted in Lake Mburo National Park.

Kidepo Valley National Park

This is one of the less travelled to national park in Uganda though a trip to Kidepo Valley National Park is worth it. Both day and night game drives are conducted, and a memorable game drive takes you to the Narus valley near Apoka where you are rewarded with opportunities of spotting wildlife most especially lions, buffalos and elephants. All of Uganda’s National Parks are open to tourists so tourists can visit at any time of the year.

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