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The Democratic Republic of Congo noted to be the second largest country in the whole of Africa featuring immense biodiversity which have unfortunately suffered from the intense political instability that caused management deterioration and accelerated excessive poaching.
But nevertheless, Democratic Republic of Congo still features extensive wild game including the critically endangered Mountain gorillas, the Chimpanzees and the Low land gorillas making it the only country with these species thriving together. Congo was also notable for the populations of northern white Rhinos in its Garamba National Park though they are believed to have faced extinction. The counts of Okapi wildlife Species are also amazing to explore in Congo Safari National Parks.
The Congo Safari National Parks include; Garamba National Park, Virunga National Park, the Okapi Wildlife Reserve, Salonga National Park, Kundelungu National Park, Kahuzi-Biega National Park, Mangroove National Park, Maiko National Park and the Upemba National Park.
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The word “Bwindi” originates from a local phrase “Mubwindi bwa Nyinamuraki” with a connotation of darkness (Bwindi Impenetrable National Park).
After a man named Mburo who rubbished his brothers dream of an upcoming flood that eventually happened destroying his property and taking his life,
Murchison Falls National Park
Straddling the Equator, endowed with plentiful natural resources from friendly people, water wonders, flora, and fauna is Uganda! Aland locked country referred to.
This park where the West African jungle meets East Africa covers an area of 766sqkm protecting the moist ever green rain forest.
Africa just like you imagine though not common in the 21st century only remained existent in this one Uganda safari tour destination.
The national park covers the norther slopes of the northmost Virunga Volcanoes of Mt. Muhavura, Mt. Mgahinga and Mt. Sabinyo where it derives its name.
The park is named after mountain Elgon, an extinct massive shield volcano where the park is located. Mountain Elgon.
The national park formerly known as Kazinga national park by 1952 gained its current name by 1954 as a commemoration to a visit by Queen Elizabeth II.
The Rwenzori mountains formerly dubbed as the “Ruwenzori range” and wonderfully identified by the Alexandrine geographer Ptolemy.
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