Uganda has a count of ten (10) national Parks of which four of these are typical savannah with great counts of wild game. Kidepo, Murchison, Queen Elizabeth and Lake Mburo National Parks present memorable wildlife safaris in Uganda. There is diverse wild game ranging from cheetah to tree-climbing lions, Rothschild giraffes, Cape Buffaloes, African elephants, leopards, land-dwelling lions, White Rhinos, Roan Antelope and Impala Antelope that combine to derive a remarkable game viewing experience.
The forested parks of Kibale, Semliki and Mgahinga present other wildlife and scenic encounters. Kibale is a home to common chimpanzees that are well habituated for trekking, Semliki with its unique Sempaya hot springs and Mgahinga with its three volcanic mountains of Muhabura, Sabyinyo and Gahinga suitable for climbing and Batwa heritage trail which offers the encounters to the ancient home of the Batwa people that are known to among the short surviving people left in the world generate ultimate memories. The Rwenzori Mountain hiking and the Island hopping on Lake Bunyonyi add spice to the wildlife safaris in Uganda.