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Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda is the most popular wildlife savannah reserve and has the widest variety of wildlife species to any other Ugandan park. Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in southwestern Uganda, it occupies an area of 764 square miles (1,978 square km) in a region of rolling plains east of Lake Edward and foothills south of the Rwenzori Mountains

The park is named after Queen Elizabeth II of England and was established in 1952. The park is home to 95 species of mammals and over 500 species of birds. The area around Ishasha in the southern sector of the park is known for tree climbing lions.

The park is also famous for its volcanic features, comprising of volcanic cones and deep craters, many crater lakes such as Lake katwe from which salt is extracted

The National Park includes the imaramagambo Forest and borders Kigezi Game Reserve, Kyambura Game Reserve and Kibale National Park and the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Cong whom are habitant to lots of primate species

Where to stay in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

  • Bush lodge.
  • Kingfisher lodge.
  • Mweya safari lodge.
  • Katara lodge.
  • Ihamba lodge.

Main activities in this park

    • Chimpanzee tracking
    • Game drives
    • Boat Cruise on the Kazinga Channel