Semuliki National Park
Semuliki National Park is an extension of the vast Ituri rain forest in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Found in the Semliki Valley in the remote corner of the extreme west of Uganda in Bundibugyo District.
Named after the Semliki river that forms the Uganda border with DR Congo, it is 300 KM. And approximately 5 hours drive from Kampala via Fort Portal and Mubende.
Activities include primate, bird and scenery viewing and the famous Sempaya hot Springs. The Park has a wide range of mammals from the elephants and chimps to the Brazza’s monkey and pygmy antelopes.