Semuliki National Park is a protected area in western Uganda, covering an area of approximately 220 square kilometers. The park was established in 1993 and is located in the Albertine Rift Valley, which is known for its high biodiversity and endemism. The park is home to a variety of ecosystems, including tropical rainforest, savanna, and wetlands, which support an abundance of wildlife.
The park is named after the Semuliki River, which flows through the park and is part of the Congo River basin. The park is also home to the Sempaya Hot Springs, which are a popular attraction for visitors. Semuliki National Park is known for its unique flora and fauna, including several species that are not found anywhere else in Uganda.
The park is home to over 440 bird species, 63 mammal species, and several primate species, including chimpanzees and black and white colobus monkeys. The park is also home to several endemic tree species and medicinal plants.