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De bedste parker i Uganda

Park
“The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a large primeval forest located in south-western Uganda in the Kanungu District. The forest is on the edge of the Albertine Rift, the western branch of the East African Rift, at elevations ranging from 1,160 to 2,607 meters.”
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Park
“Incredible hiking, wildlife, and views! Get a guide at the main KFS station (or ask us for a recommendation on guides) and explore one of the few remnants of what used to be one of the largest natural rain forests stretching across Africa!”
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Park
“This is the biggest forest in Uganda perfect for Bird watching and green nature.”
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Park
“A nature lovers haven with exotic and indigenous plants, trees and birds for nature lovers to enjoy”
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Park
“See the all the big five and the little five in action and also the world famous wildebeest migration”
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Park
“This is the best place you can refresh yourself from! See hear and feel the world’s longest river Nile explode through a chasm just 6 meters wide at Murchison falls. A home of fierce hippos and large crocodiles. 1000 herds of buffaloes, elephants Uganda kobs, wild beasts, and more interesting games like fishing over the Nile river ”
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Park
“Ruma National Park is the only terrestrial park in Kenya's Nyanza Province. Dubbed the "Last Retreat of the Roan Antelope", the park protects the only indigenous population of rare roan antelopes within Kenya”
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Park
“It’s a perfect national park that brings the real African wilderness. It’s inhabitants are easily tracked. I mean can’t miss to see a lion in this park! The culture around it is so awesome ”
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Park
“Beautiful and inspiring village. A lot of art and a breath taking view from the top of the hill. ”
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Campground
“Unspoiled paradise with breathtaking sceneries ranging from wild animals, beautiful arboretum and a spectacular view of the Great Lake Victoria, Africa's largest fresh water lake. ”
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Island
“Ndere means "meeting place" in the local Luo language. The park has a superb environment of serenity and fresh air, courtesy of the surrounding waters of Lake Victoria. Wildlife includes De Brazzas monkeys, Olive baboons, Sitatunga antelopes, hippos, impalas, Monitor lizards, and variety of fish species.”
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Park
“At Maasai Mara see the world's wonder of migratory wildbeast crossing the often dangerous Mara River into Serengeti National park in Tanzania: These are Transboundary natural touristic features (Both Mara and Mt. Elgon)”
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Park
“A home of tree climbing lions sheltering from the fierce Rift Valley sun on the boughs of the ancient Fig trees. Only in Uganda! ”
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Park
“A gem of a little park bursting with wildlife. While most of the wildlife you can see outside the park if you want to see buffalo and the giraffe you'll have to enter the park. Park entry fees are $40 for foreign visitors and are valid for 24 hours. We have a car which you can hire with a driver if you don't have your own vehicle.”
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Park
“Kibale Forest National Park is tropical rainforest and very rich in biodiversity. It is home to 70 mammal species, mostly the famous 13 primate species, 375 species of birds and 351 tree species recorded. The Park is perhaps Africa’s leading research site for researchers focusing on primates and ecosystems. ”
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