Uganda is currently one of the best tourism destinations with animals in their natural habitants (national parks). National parks represent the best of what any nation has to offer – from interesting land formations, endangered species and dynamic ecosystems, to historical artifacts and cave paintings. National parks are here to remind us of the rich diversity that our world has to offer. Uganda counts 10 National Parks distributed in various parts of the country which include Murchison Falls National Park being the largest, Queen Elizabeth, Kidepo valley National Park, Bwindi impenetrable National Park, Kibale National Park and Semuliki national park being the smallest among others. Together with East African national parks from Kenya Rwanda and Tanzania, Their national parks also harbor a wide species of mammals and birds. As Shoebill Safaris , we take time to package for you the best out of these destinations in order to make your dream safari come true
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The term “Big Five” originally referred to the difficulty in hunting the lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and African buffalo.