Semuliki National Park
Semuliki National Park is located in the Bundibugyo District in western Uganda.
It was made a National Park in October 1993, and is one of Uganda’s newest national parks and is one of Uganda's most important safari destination.
The 220km² area of the reserve supports 336 tree species, over 53 mammal species, more than 400 bird species, 8 primate species and almost 300 butterfly species.
The Hot Springs at Sempaya are Semuliki National Park’s most famous attraction.
Tours Semuliki National Park
Our 21-day trip brings you the best of Uganda: where the savannah meets the rainforest. Expect to see the animals of the savannahs (lion, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, hippo, and leopard) and up to 16 primate species, including gorillas and chimps!!!
Our 22-day trip brings you the best of the birdlife in Uganda.
Uganda has a variety of landscapes and over 1000 bird species! This trip brings you to the most important birding sites in Uganda. Habitats to be seen: Forest, Lowland jungle, Swamps, Canals and Lakes, Mountains and Savannahs.
Our 18-day trip brings you the primates of Uganda and Rwanda: You can see up to 20 primate species, including mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, the rare golden monkeys, dent`s monkeys, black and white colobus, red colobus, mona monkey, and Angolan colobus monkeys.