Semliki National Park

Semliki national park located in western Uganda gazetted in 1932 and upgraded as a national park in 1993 and its 220 square kilometers with an altitude of 670-760m above sea level with East Africa’s only lowland tropical rainforest. The park has around 336 tree species recorded, 441 bird species and 53 mammals including elephants, buffaloes, leopards blue monkey, vervet monkey, baboon and at least 374 species of butterflies. Semliki is also famously known for the Sempaya hot springs that bubble up from the depth to demonstrate the powerful subterranean forces that have been shaping
the rift valley during the last 14 million years.

What to look forward to while in Semliki national park

  • Excellent Birding viewing at Sempaya and Ntandi.
  • A 30-minute hike to Hot springs, with boiling geyser.
  • Day and evening game drives.
  • Batwe Cultural encounter, the hunter-gatherers with rich cultural history through music and dance performances.
  • Hiking and nature walks through sempaya nature trails to the primates.