Semliki national park is another Uganda safari tourist destination not to miss out while visiting this country. The country a famous home for to over 1067 bird species and some of which are difficult to find anywhere else in East Africa.
The country has both wildlife and primates that you are well assured of seeing while on your Wildlife safaris in Uganda. For the last years tourists never visited this national park due to the poor roads but the good news now is that the highway road from Fort Portal town to Semliki national park along with Congo border has been worked on effectively.
100% of this road is now complete thus easy accessibility to Semliki national park. Spending a night at Semliki safari lodge will bring you close to nature. The lodge is strategically located at the scenic views of the rift valley and near the Lake Albert shores.
The aim of this development was to promote the areas’ rich natural resources and also motivate farmers in this region. The dream of the Tourism industry stakeholders is to see almost all the roads that lead to different Uganda national parks being worked on. This will attract tourists to take up Uganda safaris and tours in all national parks without having to return back to Kampala.
Imagine the connections from Fort Portal-Hoima or Hoima-Masindi-Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, Kibale and Semliki and an entire safari in Uganda is completed with no hassle.
The other crucial roads are those that connect from Katunguru-Ishasha- Bwindi to track the mountain gorillas also need to be worked on in the shortest run and this will be the best way we can increase on the number of tourists that embark on gorilla safaris in Uganda, the pearl of Africa, without a doubt.