Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park

The second largest national park in Uganda at 1,978 sq.km lies north and south of the equator to the south west of Uganda. It is contiguous with Kibale NP, Uganda Parc Nationale des Virunga, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Queen Elizabeth National Park has been designated a Biosphere Reserve for Humanity under UNESCO auspices. The wide bio-diversity of habitats means that Queen Elizabeth National Park contains the most astonishing number of species - almost 100 types of mammal and 606 different birds! The Kasinga Channel alone is said to contain the world's largest concentration of hippos, but interestingly enough not many crocodiles! Other wildlife includes warthogs, buffalo, rare aquatic sitatunga antelope, giant forest hog, beautifully horned Uganda kob, topi, waterbuck, elephant and leopard. There are no giraffe, zebra, impala or rhino.

Highlights

  • Sunset over the water
  • Boat ride on the Kasinga Channel
  • Tree climbing lions
  • Game viewing
  • Forest walks
  • Forest walks

Accommodation

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