Game drives, which allow you to explore the parks in custom-made safari vehicles, are the best part of your tour to Savannah. Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, Kidepo Valley, and Lake Mburo are the Savannah national parks in Uganda.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
This park is the most visited in Uganda and boasts the biodiversity of any location reported in Africa. The park has the most bird species of any protected region in Africa, at over 600. The tree mounting lions can frequently be observed comforting on the trees of figs in the southern area of the park, known as Ishasha. Over 95 mammal species live in the park, including elephants, leopards, buffaloes, hyenas, warthogs, lions, and hippos. It also has six monkey species, including the beautiful black & white monkeys, baboon, and Chimp in the Kyambura gorge. The Kasenyi plains and Mweya peninsular are currently the most popular destinations for game drives.
Murchison Falls National Park
A wide variety of species can be found in the beautiful semi-arid Murchison Falls Nature Reserve. The enormous Murchison Falls and the flowing Victoria Nile can be seen there, as well as nearly perpetual rainbows at the “Top of the fall.” This is the oldest and biggest national park in Uganda. It is the habitat of giraffes, lions, leopards, Cape buffaloes, elephants, and other animals. It was the ninth-best birding spot in Africa and contained a diversified population of bird.
Lake Mburo National Park
This is the smallest in Uganda’s Savannah Park and the only one having a whole lake within its borders. Despite its tiny dimension, it is host to a diverse range of trees and animals, including various classes of birds and mammals. It is also Uganda’s only Impala home. Other mammals to watch are Zebras, Buffalos, Leopards, Antelopes, Giraffes, and Hyenas, and all are primarily active at night. In addition to game drives, horseback safaris and quad bikes are available in Lake Mburo.
Kidepo Valley National Park
This Park is Uganda’s secret gem, offering the most incredible nature practice. The rainy season is semi-desert with two periodic rivers, Kidepo and Narus. CNN Travel named it one of the top African parks to visit. With the sunrise and sunset, the landscape in this park is priceless. It is home to one of the world’s most considerable lion pride and buffalo herds. It is home to more than 77 animal species, which can be viewed.