RWENZORI MOUTAINS NATIONAL PARK
Has one of the most beautiful landscapes worldwide. The park was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its extra ordinary beauty. Located in the Rwenzori Mountains (Mountains of the Moon), 386 square miles in size.
The range is about 120 kilometres (75 mi) long and 65 kilometres (40 mi) wide. It consists of six massifs separated by deep gorges: Mount Stanley (5,109 metres (16,762 ft)), Mount Speke (4,890 metres (16,040 ft)), Mount Baker (4,843 metres (15,889 ft)), Mount Emin (4,798 metres (15,741 ft)), Mount Gessi (4,715 metres (15,469 ft)) and Mount Luigi di Savoia (4,627 metres (15,180 ft)). Mount Stanley has several subsidiary summits, with Margherita Peak being the highest point.
This is where you can experience the most fulfilling hike of your life as the park contains waterfalls, high glaciers, the valley of 9 lakes, a variety of flora and fauna, many endangered species and other captivating scenery.