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Queen Elizabeth park Uganda wildlife trip is suitable for weekend taking place in one park, Queen Elizabeth national park giving you times to explore its wildlife. The big four mammals including lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo live here along with other 96 mammals and over 600 species of birds.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular National Park and certainly one of its most scenic. It stretches from the crater-dotted foothills of the Rwenzori ranges in the north, along the shores of Lake Edward to the remote Ishasha River in the South, incorporating a wide variety of habitats that range from wetlands to savannah to lowland forest.

Explore the lush savannah of Queen Elizabeth Uganda National Park offers prime grazing to buffaloes, elephants, various antelopes and and a variety of over 600 bird species.

The wonders of Queen Elizabeth National Park are more than what one might think of. The 100m deep Kyambura gorge features a lush tropical forest surprisingly thriving below sea level while its unique floral species bear food for the counts of Chimpanzees that inhabit the gorge. Uganda Safari enthusiasts find Kyambura gorge an exciting site since it presents both adventure and primate viewing experiences.

 

Location of Queen Elizabeth National Park

Southwest, near Kasese

Getting to Queen Elizabeth national park

Only 5 -6 hrs drive away from Kampala city center via Mbarara, accessible by public transport.

What to do in Queen Elizabeth national park

Launch trip on the Kazinga channel, Game viewing, Bird watching, Chimp tracking and guided walks through Maragambo forest.

When to visit Queen Elizabeth national park

All year through

Bird watching in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Bird watching in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Bird watching in Queen Elizabeth National Park: Queen Elizabeth National Park is one Uganda’s most visited National Parks and is home vast animal and bird species for birding safaris in Uganda. With over 600 bird species, Queen Elizabeth National Park ...
Crater lakes in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

Crater lakes in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

The home of Elephant Hab Lodge is also the home of 52 crater lakes in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda. You won’t find these Twin lakes anywhere in Africa except in Ruburizi, a few metres from Elephant Hab Lodge. Let’s ...
Accommodation in Queen Elizabeth national Park

Accommodation in Queen Elizabeth national Park

Accommodation in Queen Elizabeth national park ranges from budget to luxury safari lodge. Most lodges are located in Kyambura with views of the park, this means you will not have to worry about where to reside when you come for ...
Boat Cruise Kazinga Channel

Boat Cruise Kazinga Channel

Boat Cruise Kazinga Channel is done beneath the Mweya peninsular; Kazinga channel section of Queen Elizabeth national park is a whole new experience to all the visitors that come to African. Kazinga channel is indeed a water channel that connects ...
Safari In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Safari In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Safari In Queen Elizabeth National Park is an adventure destination for ultimate safari experience with a highest biodiversity of any protected area in East Africa. The tour guide will pick you from the lodge to start the early morning activities ...
Tour Queen Elizabeth National Park

Tour Queen Elizabeth National Park

Tour Queen Elizabeth National Park: Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular safari tours Park and certainly one of its most scenic and most visited wildlife park. Its located just 2 hours from Mbarara Town. It stretches from the ...