Ugandan Nature Walks
The trails on this list can be located in national parks or associated protected areas. Outside the protected zones, other nature trails on the personal and communal property and in the woodlands are not featured here.
Murchison Falls National Park Walks
Murchison Falls National Park provides walks in nature to the ‘peak of Murchison Falls,’ done following the Victoria Nile trip. You depart the boat and go up to the hill to take in the sights of the most influential waterfalls in the world. More foot pathways may be seen in the Kaniyo Pabidi and Rabongo woods, where you can see various monkeys and birds. More walks around the marshes are available, especially for those looking for the Shoebill and other water birds.
Queen Elizabeth Park Walks
Queen Elizabeth Park provides possibilities for nature walks in a variety of settings. Paths are available at Mweya Peninsular, Kyambura Gorge, swamp hikes, and Katwe Salt Lake alongside Lake George. The trek along Lake George’s shoreline looks for the semi-aquatic Sitatunga antelope and the elusive Shoebill. Katwe Salt Lake provides walks to experience salt mining and the Kyambura Gorge, which is home to the variability of primates plus Chimps.
Mgahinga Gorilla Walks
Hiking trails stretch through the hills of the Virunga volcanoes in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. This trip puts you near nature and provides opportunities to see unusual bird species and breathtaking sights of the nearby lakes and rural areas. You go via many types of wild nature, plus bamboo jungles.
Bwindi Impenetrable Walks
During a forest walk in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, you can view a variety of mammals, birds, butterflies, and primatological species. Those concerned in tree and bush classes will have a good time because many are to choose from. Many hikes take you to waterfalls for spectacular sights and swimming but consult with your guides first.
Lake Mburo Walks
Guided excursions in Lake Mburo Park take you to the salt lick, a wildlife hotspot with an observation platform. The Runanga forest contains pathways that allow visitors to observe the various birds that live there. You can ride a horse or a quad bike through the park.
Kibale National Park Walks
Kibale National Park has well-maintained nature pathways. Depending on your interests and time, the woodland stroll or walk can last up to three hours or less. You will likely see various primates, animals, and bird species in the forest. A night nature walk is accessible for individuals looking for nighttime animals and birds such as Bats, Bush babies, Pottos, Civets, Owls, and Genet cats.
Kidepo Valley Walks
Nature walks in Kidepo Valley allow tourists to get up and personalize with the fauna. Elephants, zebras, and reedbuck are among the animals you are likely to observe.
Rwenzori Mountains Walks
The slopes of the Rwenzori Mountains provide excellent chances for magnificent nature treks. You will go through the dense environment, taking in the sights along the way, waterfalls, spectacular birdlife, and butterflies. The groups that live on the slopes of the Rwenzoris produce additional profits.
Semuliki National Park Walks
Red-tailed monkeys, black & white colobus monkeys, and grey-cheeked mangabeys are just a few of the primate varieties that could be seen at Semuliki National Park’s excursions to the female and male hot springs. Many tree species will be present, along with butterflies, chattering birds, and the richness of the forest. The pleasure of the walk is the chance to cook eggs and root crops in the female hot springs.
Mount Elgon Walks
Mount Elgon’s slopes provide Mother Nature walks with spectacular views of the Karamoja grasslands and various towns. The hikes are led by community members who take them through bananas, coffee farms, gardens, and feeding grounds. You can see some nearby waterfalls, including Sipi Falls and Sisili Falls.