Semuliki National Park

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This national park covers 220 sq km of the valley floor that forms a link between the heights of East Africa and the vast, steaming jungles of central Africa. It harbours some intriguing wildlife and sulphur hot springs which can be seen on a short day walk.


Wildlife Galore

Birdwatchers come for the central African species residing at their eastern limits, such as the Congo serpent eagle. At least 130 of the 144 Guinea-Congo forest bird species have been recorded here and nearly 50 species are found nowhere else in East Africa. Nine primate species call this park home, including De Brazza's monkey, and many endemic mammal species such as Zneker's flying mice.

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