Rwenzori Mountains National Park:  Official Rwenzori Mountaineering Guide

Rwenzori Mountains National Park is a Uganda National Park, in the Rwenzori mountains. The park  is located in Southwestern Uganda, and has  Margherita peak, which is Africa’s third highest, for which it is famous.

The Rwenzori mountains National Park in southwestern Uganda, was gazetted in 1991, became UNESCO world heritage site in 1994 as well as a ramsaar site in 2008.

The Park also provides great opportunities to seeing nature at its finest. Its plant life diverges from dense tropical rain-forest, bamboo woodlands, montane cloud forests to high-altitude vegetation and the decor is correctly outstanding. Beyond 4,500 meters, the snow and glaciers complement that special element to the astonishing views throughout this unspoiled mountain range.


This park is mostly famous for mountaineering,  trekking, hiking and climbing excursions or safaris with or without summiting the Margherita.

Rwenzori mountains national Park Guide offers you all you need to know about the magnificent Mountains of the Moon, how to get to the Park, the Best time to Visit the Park, Trekking routes/trails (Kilembe, Central circuit or Burungu),  attractions, Rwenzori mountain peaks, lodge and hotel accommodations within or outside the park, Suggested Rwenzori Trekking Tour Operators, as well as what to wear/what to pack?(rwenzori mountaineering gear/equipment).

All You Need To Know About Rwenzori Mountains National park

Climbing the magical Rwenzori Mountains is a truly fanciful and exceptional experience.

The extensive diversity of vegetation and wildlife with several environments as you rise through dissimilar flora zones creates the definitive experience for hiking. Never before has this exceptional and stunning trek been offered, completely untouched and unquestionably one of the most attractive treks in the world.

Rwenzori is the wonder of the high glaciers, the splendor of the valley of nine lakes, the bristly lichen hanging from giant heather with a backdrop of rocky cliffs, crags and snow-capped mountaintops.

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