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Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Queen Elizabeth National Park

Experience the ultimate thrill of Uganda safaris at Queen Elizabeth National Park. Discover the best of wild adventures, including gorilla trekking, in the heart of Uganda.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most beautiful and popular destinations in Uganda. Named after Queen Elizabeth II, is Uganda's big game safari capital and the title is well-deserved.

It is located in the south western part of the country and encompasses a number of significant wildlife reserves, river channels, volcanic mountains and crater lakes.
It enjoys the beautiful backdrop of the Rwenzori Mountain Range and houses diverse ecosystems, which include rolling savannah, tree-filled forests, glistening lakes and fertile wetlands.
The park offers a wide range of adventures that cater to all kinds of travelers. From game drives to boat cruises, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

One of the most popular activities in the park is the game drive. It's an opportunity to see some of Africa's most iconic animals in their natural habitat.
You'll have a chance to see lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards, and more. The park has a diverse range of wildlife that you'll find nowhere else.

Another adventure that you shouldn't miss is the boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel. The channel is home to a variety of bird species, including hippos, and crocodiles.
It's an opportunity to get up close and personal with these magnificent creatures while enjoying the stunning scenery.

For those interested in hiking, the park has several trails that lead to beautiful viewpoints. You can hike to the top of the Kyambura Gorge for stunning views of the park and the surrounding landscape.
The park also has several hot springs that you can visit, which are said to have healing properties. In conclusion, Queen Elizabeth National Park is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for an adventure in Uganda.
With its diverse range of activities, stunning scenery, and incredible wildlife, it's a destination that you'll never forget. Book your unforgettable journey now

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Wildlife Experience

Queen Elizabeth National Park is set against the backdrop of Rwenzori Mountains and is renowned for its dramatic volcanoes and crater lakes, such as Lake Katwe. Salt mining at Lake Katwe is famous throughout East Africa; its lake floor is 0.8m thick with salt and there has been 7 tonnes of salt produced per hour for over 30 years. Queen Elizabeth National Park supports a wide variety of wildlife and is certainly the most popularly visited park in Uganda. Guests come here to discover the jagged, volcanic landscape dripping in rainforest; to spot the 600 species of birds flitting about the trees; to observe the black-maned lions known for climbing trees. There are over 10 species of primate dwelling in the park and the river channels are occupied by hippo, buffalo and elephant. A cultural exchange project runs in Queen Elizabeth National Park, which aims to support conservation through empowering local communities. Visitors can enjoy and learn about local traditions through story-telling, dancing, music and more.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park | Birdlife

Queen Elizabeth National Park has the largest checklist of any protected area in East Africa with more than 600 bird species recorded. This is mostly due to the wide variety of habitats: from savannah to forest to wetland. Many of the birds in the park are regarded as specials within East Africa, which make it a prime birding destination. The swamps in the Ishasha sector are a good place to look for the elusive shoebill stork. Migratory birds are present from November to April. The birdlife in Queen Elizabeth NP is good year-round, but at its best from late May to September, when the rain is less and food is abundant. June to July has the least rain, while April to May and September to November have the most rain. The heavy rains might result in delays due to impassable roads and slippery hiking trails. These may limit your bird-watching time. From November to April, migratory birds can be found in the park.

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