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Queen Elizabeth National Park

Nestled in the heart of Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park signals nature lovers and adventure seekers with its unbeatable charm. This captivating park stands as proof of Africa's wild beauty, boasting a remarkable array of wildlife and breathtaking landscapes.

As you venture on Uganda Safaris here through vast savannahs and lush forests, prepare to be mesmerized by the sights and sounds! These are of hippos basking along the Kazinga Channel and the melodic calls of over 600 bird species soaring through the skies.

Gear yourself up for the wonders of Queen Elizabeth National Park, where untamed wilderness and distinctive experiences await at every turn.

Wildlife at Queen Elizabeth National Park

The primary highlight of Queen Elizabeth National Park Wildlife is undoubtedly the tree-climbing lions. They can often be seen in the Ishasha sector.

  • Elephants and buffaloes are very common while antelope species such as the Uganda Kob, topi, and bushbuck are widespread.
  • Hippos and Crocodiles are common in the Kazinga Channel.
  • Meanwhile, nine primate species including the black and white colobus monkeys and chimpanzees finish off the list.

Moreover, 600 species of birds are also recorded within the park’s premises. Expect sightings of African skimmers, Great White Pelicans, Shoebills, Red-chested sunbird, Crab-Plover, and plenty more.

Activities at Queen Elizabeth National Park

The following are the Activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park that almost every visitor will have a great time enjoying:

Game Drives – Exciting game drives are a must! This is where expert guides lead you through the park's vast savannahs, ensuring remarkable encounters with the rich wildlife.

Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel – Hop on a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel and witness the aquatic wonders of Queen Elizabeth National Park. From crocodiles lurking along the banks to a plethora of bird species soaring above, the cruise offers an up-close look at the park's diverse ecosystem.

Chimpanzee Tracking – Journey into the Kyambura Gorge for a captivating chimpanzee tracking adventure. Trained guides lead you through the forest, where you can witness these fascinating primates up close, observing their playful antics and social interactions.

Nature Walks – Lace up your walking shoes for nature walks that reveal the park's hidden treasures. Stroll through the Maramagambo Forest, witness volcanic craters, and encounter unique flora and fauna with each step.

Community Tours – Immerse yourself in the local culture with community tours. Visit nearby villages, interact with friendly locals, and gain insights into their way of life, traditions, and customs.

Dive into the Ugandan dream with us at African Travel and Tours! Experience the untamed beauty of Queen Elizabeth National Park Safaris, where each moment is a masterpiece.

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