African Parks – Information On National Parks and Wildlife in Africa
Welcome to Africanparks.org, the ultimate guide to all national parks in Africa. With over 500,000sq km of land protected as national parks, game reserves, Africa boosts of amazing protected areas. There are over 300 national parks in Africa protecting incredible wildlife including more than 100,000 species of insects, nearly 4,000 species of birds, more than 2,000 species of fish and over 1,000 species of mammals.
The African Parks objective is to help you plan your trip to any of the national park in any country in Africa. Find all the information you need to make the decision on where to stay, for how long, and what to expect with candid photos and video! We are here to help you out. The portal is very useful and informative and should be used to get up-to-date information on Africa’s national parks. This website is not affiliated with any government service. We do have lot’s of useful information on the National Parks from the locals and our hope is that we helped you with some aspect of your trip.
Experience the beauty and diversity of Africa parks as you explore the natural conservation of the wild and its biodiversity. Africa has many national parks among which are the most beautiful with outstanding attractions found nowhere else in the world except in East Africa.
African National Parks are conserved to protect a wide range of biodiversity including landscape, fauna and flora. The park vegetation and landscape form dream paradise convenient for a rat race and wildlife viewing. However, all the vegetation isn’t created same and its beauty is defined more by the wildlife that lives in them and attract thousands to Africa. Other features include the thick green vegetation’s, hills, rocks and mountains.
Murchison falls national park was first gazetted as a game reserve in 1926, it is the Uganda’s largest and oldest conservation area hosting 76 species of mammals and 451 birds.
Among the tropical rain forests of Africa, Kibale Forest is the best place to see chimpanzees in their natural home.
Planning to travel on a small budget for gorilla trekking?, the low season period is the best period to consider
Kidepo Valley National Park is the Uganda’s most isolated National Park, but the few who make the long journey north
My wife and I we planned our holiday to visit East Africa and our regions were Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya &
Ivory seeking poachers have killed 100,000 African Elephants in just 3 years. During 2012 alone, roughly one of every twelve