May 27, 2024

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Rwenzori Mountains Park

Rwenzori Mountains National Park was established as early as 1991 and later designated as a UNESCO Wolrd Heritage Site in 1994 because of it’s amazing natural beauty that comprised Rwenzori mountains ( home to Africa’s third highest peak), beautiful waterfalls, lakes and glaciers. Rwenzori Mountains National Park is situated in southwestern Uganda spanning across the districts of Bundibugyo, Kabarole and Kasese. Strategically located on the east side of the western African rift valley along the Uganda- DR Congo border, the Rwenzori National Park occupies up to 996 square kilometers of land.

Mountain hiking is the top tourist activity to do when you decide to self-drive to Rwenzori mountains in a 4×4 car offering you the opportunity to hike to some of the mountain peaks in Africa including Mount Stanely (Margherita & Alexandria), Mount Baker & Speke. Other interesting activities to do in Rwenzori mountain bakr include birding, nature walks, and cultural encounters among others.

Getting to Rwenzori Mountains park

The safest, fastest and most comfortable way to get to Rwenzori mountains is by renting a car for a driver-guided or self drive adventure. You can get to the mountain park via Kasese which is about 458 km with a road trip lasting between 7 to 8 hours using the Kampala- Masaka- Mbarara- Bushenyi- Kasese route and only 25 km from Kasese city.

Entrance fees

The fee for entering Rwenzori Mountains National Park is US$ 35 for foreign non-residents, US$ 25 for foreign residents & only UGX 150,000 for East African citizens and you must be at least 12 years old to be allowed to hike the mountain peaks.

To book a 4×4 car for guided or self drive car rental to Rwenzori Mountains National Park, simply contact us today by sending an email to info@ugandacarrentalservices.com or call us now on +256-700135510 to speak with us.

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