Semuliki National Park

Semuliki is the only true lowland tropical forest in East Africa spreading across the floor of the Semliki Valley on the rare, western side of the Rwenzori. The park covers 220km², offering a taste of Central Africa without having to leave Uganda. Although the different species in Semuliki have been gathering for over 25,000 years, the park contains evidence of even older progressions. This park is famously known for its Hot springs bubble up from the depths to demonstrate the powerful underground forces that have been part of the rift valley for the last 14 million years. Numerous mammals and different bird species have been recorded in the park and some have gone as far as banding it a birders paradise due to the colorful display of the pink flamingos.

Activities at the True Birders Paradise;

Bird watching; While at Semuliki Park one is rewarded with numerous bird species including the rare forest birds. Also keep an extra eye out for the beautiful shoebill regularly seen at close range on Lake Albert. With an experienced guide enjoy birding in this Paradise.

Game drive; With Escape To Africa, enjoy the game drive on three different tracks. Be on the lookout for; Smaller and Savanah Elephants, warthogs, Buffalos, waterbucks and Uganda kobs. And remember to keep an extra eye out for the pygm hippos, bush babies and the leopards.

Nature walks & Hot Springs Visit; This is a must do while visiting Semuliki, hike 1 hour to the male hot spring through a forest that harbors different bird species. After which continue to the female hotspring dominated by a boiling fountain where you will enjoy a boiled banana and an egg.

Community Walk; Interact with the Batwa people who used to heavily depend on the forest part of the park for survival. Get to know their lifestyle, culture, dress cord and traditional performances. However due to interaction with the other communities close to the park their culture and way of life has changed.

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