Semuliki National Park
Semuliki National Park, is located in Bwamba Forest, a remote part of the Bundibugyo District, in the Western Region of Uganda. It was made a national park in October 1993 and is one of Uganda's newest national parks. 219 km² of East Africa's only lowland tropical rainforest is found in the park.
Birdwatchers come to see more than 440 bird species, particularly the central African species, such as the Congo serpent eagle, residing at their eastern limits. At least 133 of the 144 Guinea–Congo forest species have been recorded here and nearly 50 species are found nowhere else in East Africa. There are nine primate species, including De Brazza’s monkey, and many mammals not found elsewhere in Uganda, such as Zenker’s flying mice. Both the resident elephant and buffalo are the forest variety, smaller than their savannah brethren and its also famous for the Sempaya Hot Springs.