Animals in the wild

Welcome to Queen Elizabeth National Park

  • Kazinga Channel – a great place to relax on the water and view elephants and birds.
  • Kyambura Gorge is a stunning jungle hike with a chance of spotting Chimpanzees.
  • Southern Ishasha offers a wild wilderness with resident populations of tree climbing lions.
  • Take part in experimental tourism tracking lions, taking part in a hippo census or studying mongoose.

Bordered by the Rwenzori foothills, flanked by lakes and bisected by a river channel, Queen Elizabeth is one of the world’s most bio-diverse National Parks. Conveniently located between Kibale and Bwindi Forests this is one of Uganda’s most popular National Parks. Hippos lounging in the calm waters of The Kazinga channel nonchalantly watch elephants arrive for an evening drink. A wide variety of beautiful antelope and other game roam the plains, whilst in the southern Ishasha section – rare tree climbing lions rest in the boughs of Acacia and Fig trees.

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Recent Queen Elizabeth National Park Stories

Beautiful Uganda
February 20, 2018

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