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Semuliki National Park

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Semuliki National Park

36 Reviews
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M. wrote a review Apr 2021
Rome, Italy25 contributions2 helpful votes
This humble park offers two distinct attractions - the two springs and their swampy surroundings and unique birds. We enjoyed a three hour walk through the forest, seeing unique birds as well as the african pygmy squirrel and an elephant shrew while we learned a lot about different plants and trees along the way. Unfortunately the longest hikes weren't possible due to recent rains but we still enjoyed the shorter hikes. The hot springs are very different for Uganda and thus enjoyable but if you've seen them in other places you may not walk away wowed. You'll enjoy it so long as you know what you're coming for!
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Date of experience: April 2021
Bugoma Uganda Safaris wrote a review Mar 2021
Kampala, Uganda12 contributions
The nature of the area that is purely eco has a variety of activities that replenish the souls of travellers -its a one stop destination that every traveller should embrace.
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Date of experience: December 2020
ocelo wrote a review Mar 2021
Paris, France20 contributions6 helpful votes
The place is a bit isolated, although easily reached from Portal with public transport. The hot springs are small but I found the place really beautiful. Spent most of my time birdwatching in the forest with an extremely knowledgeable guide (Alex) to look for the Semuliki specials. The UWA camp was very pleasant, set on the border of the forest, with good food and clean en-suite bandas.
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Date of experience: March 2021
peek wrote a review Aug 2020
Kampala, Uganda570 contributions14 helpful votes
Another wonderful visit to this amazing geographical formation with entertaining folklore. I love it. One tip! Buy local eggs (free range) from the town. Add anything you can boil or steam to eat. Think about this for a moment! There’s absolutely lots and lots. Don’t forget the plates, condiments and drinks.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Martin J wrote a review Feb 2020
Braintree, United Kingdom15 contributions
Went there 5 times during 2019. You need a guide, and they are such an asset. You can just walk to the 2 hot springs and cook food and return or be a bit more adventurous. The hot springs are great to see hot water bubbling up and steam rising from the pools. Often too hot when temperature over 30'C. If you're more interested in trees, insects, butterlies, birds or monkeys then it is heading off for several hours into the jungle with a guide. It's great, that is why I went back so often. If you're interested in particular animals etc try and ring a few days before arrival to get a guide who is better in what you want to see. I commonly saw numerous trees, 12 types of butterly, 3 types on monkey, 30+ types of tree and 40+ types of birds. Weather often very hot. Several trips I thought I needed beach wear for the heat, but a burka and wellies for the insects! A compromise was trainers with long trousers tucked into my socks (though wellies would have been better), sun hat, sun screen, water, binocular/camera were well used. A great atmosphere walking through a big forest, you could easily imagine yourself being an intrepid explorer. The last 3 months part of the jungle was flooded, which was bad to the trees and animals.
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Date of experience: November 2019