Exploring wildlife in the bush on Night Game Safari Drives you a different perspective of the park and wildlife. A whole new world of animal species (nocturnal) awaits you on a night game drive in Uganda wildlife National Parks. The night drives in Uganda takes place in wildlife National Parks and these offer different utmost experience such as Kidepo Valley, Murchison Falls, Lake Mburo and Queen Elizabeth National Park these renders the best way to encounter several nocturnal species and numerous cats.
Organized Night Game Safari Drives in Uganda are conducted in an open-topped 4wheel vehicle and these are the only way to explore the Park at 360 at night. This offering the best chance of seeing some of the nocturnal species and it lasts nearly 3 hours. Visitors are accompanied by a professional driver guide, armed ranger guide, spotlights that give you a clear lighting fixture of animals and the actual experience.
Night Game Safari Drives give you an opportunity to see traditionally nocturnal animals like the leopard, hyena, hippo, porcupine, genets, civets, bush babies, various reptiles, owls, and nightjars generally top the wish list. In Murchison fall at Nyamsika Cliffs is where one can enjoy the scenery the view and gaze at elephants and other wildlife on the green grassy hillsides and river below.
Night game drives in Rwanda takes place Akagera National Park and this is the best way for you to encounter most of the nocturnal species in Rwanda. The Park gets you the opportunity to lookout for leopards, hyenas, lions, bush babies, civets, mongoose, and many nocturnal species. Akagera National Park in northeastern Rwanda is an excellent destination for you to look out for the big five game-African elephants, lions, buffaloes, rhinos, leopards as well as antelopes (topis, reedbucks, kobs, bushbucks, elands, impalas, and others), over 550 bird species (including the elusive shoebill storks), primates to mention but a few.
The Uganda National Parks are excellent destinations for you to lookout for the big four game-African elephants, lions, buffaloes, leopards as well as antelopes (topis, reedbucks, kobs, bushbucks, elands, impalas and others), over 1061 Bird species (including the elusive shoebill storks), primates to mention but a few.