SEMLIKI NATIONAL PARK
Semliki national park is Uganda’s protected area standing at Semliki Valley bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lake Albert to the south, below the Kijura Escarpment, and Ruwenzori mountains to the northern foothills.
Semliki national park is situated in the remote areas of southwestern Uganda in the ancient forest without travelers leaving Uganda. Semliki forests are in the eastern-most extended Ituri Forest of the Democratic Republic Congo Basin and only in the true lowland tropical rain- forest in East Africa.
Semliki national park valley draws the wanting experience feel from the best of Uganda, as you avoid the busier parts of Uganda’s capital, Semliki national park is also a prime birding destination in Uganda by availing over 441 bird species recorded.
Semliki national park can be best discovered on foot since there are a number of walking trails that take travelers to this African ancient forest of hot springs, primates, and papyrus swamps. Semliki national park is within the contrasting area of the open savanna grassland and the riverine forest. Semliki national park is tangibly ancient and dark with gentle beauty, only explored by fewer visitors.