Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda
Queen Elizabeth national park is one of the most famous safari destinations in Uganda named after the ruling Queen of England (Britain), Queen Elizabeth national park is located in western Uganda stretching through Kasese, Bushenyi, and Bundibugyo districts and about 389 kilometers from Kampala the capital city of Uganda.
Queen Elizabeth national park covering an area of 1,978 square kilometers is always described as a true medley of wonders, the park is famous for tree-climbing lions found in the park’s Ishasha sector and 4 of the big five.
Queen Elizabeth national comprises volcanic cones, deep craters, Kazinga channel, Kyambura gorge, lakes such as Lake Edward and Lake George, and also boasts a variety of wildlife species including animals and birds.
Animals in Queen Elizabeth national park include leopards, elephants, lions, Uganda Safari Kobs, big herds of buffaloes, chimpanzees, black and white monkeys, waterbucks, giant forest hog, topi, hyenas, crocodiles, warthogs, topis, and many more. Birds habiting in Queen Elizabeth national park include the black bee-eaters, martial eagle, African skimmer, white-winged warbler, papyrus Gonolek, and papyrus canary, and corncrake, flocks of flamingos, pink backed pelicans, African broadbill, shoebill storks, and many more.
Safari activities to do in Queen Elizabeth national park include game viewing, boat cruise, birding, nature walks, and hikes, and chimpanzee tracking.