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Murchison Falls National Park; Uganda

Rushing waters are a perfect representation of the power of nature. It’s hard to imagine that a substance so often seen flowing gently or sitting still can surge forward with such power. As such, it’s unsurprising to see such waterfalls drawing in countless visitors.

To witness one of Africa’s most powerful waterfalls, on one of the world’s most famous rivers, take to Murchison Falls National Park.Continue

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park; Uganda

When an animal is so rare that it is not kept in any zoo, it must be special. To see one of these illusive creatures, the visitor would likely have to put in time, effort, and money. When this traveler sees the endangered species, he/she will forget about the many preliminaries.

Expect all your efforts to be worth it when you get a chance to glimpse wild mountain gorillas.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Situated in Uganda’s southwestern corner, the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park covers around 128 square miles (331km2) of the country’s forested terrain. The park’s untouched landscape serves as a home for countless species of flora and fauna.

The national park, established in 1991, is considered pristine enough to have become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As such, it is unsurprising that the region has become a desirable destination for African travelers.