National Park Overview

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a standout amongst Uganda's most prevalent national parks and positively a most grand one. Overflowed with wildlife, this secured territory is limited by the high heaps of the Rwenzoris in the north, extends along the shores of Lake Edward in the west and shrouds the remote region of Ishasha in the south. The regular magnificence is overpowering and assorted: green savannah fields with little acacia and euphorbia trees are changed with depressed cavity lakes and marshes, limited by the snow-secured pinnacles of the Mountains of the Moon. At the very least 57 diverse vegetation types have been distinguished, which can be condensed as the accompanying five: backwoods, prairie, shaggy field, Acacia forest and marsh vegetation. Moreover, the park is home to 95 sorts of warm blooded creatures and the most elevated number of winged animal species found in any ensured zone in Africa!Rich assortment in feathered creatures Wildlife in the national park incorporates elephants, bison, Uganda kobs, waterbucks, warthogs, mammoth timberland pigs, lions, leopards and hyenas. On the shores of the Kazinga Channel you will experience expansive groups of hippopotamus and a few crocodiles. Topis are found in the southern segment of the park, while diverse primates can be seen in Kyambura Wildlife Reserve and Maramagambo Forest. The striking decent variety of Queen Elizabeth National Park is reflected in its flying creature rundown of more than 600 species. The open meadow isn't just a territory for brilliant diversion seeing yet is a birders heaven too. The plain backings extensive herds of White and Abdim's Storks, Saddle-charged Storks, Lesser Masked Weavers, Gray-headed Kingfishers, African Mourning Doves, Black-headed Gonoleks and Red-chested Sunbirds. Raptors are all around spoken to including the Brown Snake Eagle, Whalberg's Eagle, Bateleur, African Harrier Hawk and Gray Kestrel. In addition, the Kazinga Channel is a magnet for water feathered creatures with species, for example, the Great White and Pink-upheld Pelican, Great Cormorant, African Open-charged Stork, Knob-charged Duck, African Jacana, African Fish Eagle, African Skimmer and Gray-headed Gull.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Tree Climbing Lions

National Park Activity

Game Drives, Chimp Tracking, Hiking, Cave Exploration, Cultural Tours, Bird Watching.

It is the oldest national park in Uganda. Queen is the national park with the largest number of hippos in East Africa

Queen Elizabeth national park is abundantly endowed with a lot of bird species some of which are even internationally uncommon like the shoe bill stalk.

Queen Elizabeth national park is located in the western rift valley arm of Africa, and lies on the rift valley floor which runs from Uganda to Malawi.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit the Queen Elizabeth National Park are the dry a long time of January and February.Read More

Queen Elizabeth National Park

How To Go

How To Go

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a 5-6 hour ride from Kampala through Mbarara on a soil street.Read More

Wildlife

Queen Elizabeth National Park has the best of Uganda's Wildlife while it is among the most diverse parks in Africa for mammals. The mammals list include Uganda Kobs, Waterbuck, Warthogs, Lions, Leopards, Hyenas, Giant Forest Hogs and a great variety of antelopes. With luck, Topis maybe observed in the Ishasha Forest. The area around Ishasha is famous for its tree-climbing lions, with dark manes, that like to rest in large fig trees. With 10 species of primates, which includes Chimpanzees.

Most Attractive point of Park: Its Tree-climbing Lions.

The Camps In The Queen Elizabeth National Park

We offer camping and accommodation inside the park. We partner to provide the best accommodation for you amid your Uganda visit.

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