Our tourism studets had a study tour in Mountain Rwenzori National Park. The Rwenzori Mountains National Park covers nearly 100,000 ha in western Uganda and comprises the main part of the Rwenzori mountain chain, which includes Africa’s third highest peak (Mount Margherita: 5,109 m).The region’s glaciers, waterfalls and lakes make it one of Africa’s most beautiful alpine areas. The park has many natural habitats of endangered species and a rich and unusual flora comprising, among other species, the giant heather.
later they went to Semiliki National Park is one of Uganda’s newest National Parks. The park has got fantastic scenery made up of hot springs, tropical forests, Semuliki river meanders with many other ideal attractions. The park harbors a large number of predominantly Central African species which cannot be found anywhere else in East Africa and these include some of the continent’s most spectacular and sought-after birds such as; Long-tailed Hawk, Congo Serpent Eagle, Lyre-tailed Honey guide Black-wattled Hornbill and the Nkulengu Rail.
here the students we told the formation of these hot springs both geographically and local methods.