Queen Elizabeth National Park situated in the western Uganda is home to 612 bird species - and is also Uganda’s most popular tourist destination.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is also a habitat for 95 species of mammals, variety of flora and fauna, hippo, tree-climbing lions, elephants, wildebeest, giraffes, swamp antelope, zebras, Uganda-kobs, topis, water bucks, bush bucks, reed bucks, duiker, mongoose and forest hog.
Travelers who are heading to Queen Elizabeth National Park may encounter activities such as game drive, birdwatching and chimpanzee tracking.
If you’re planning on exploring this beautiful park, here are 10 reasons why you should visit Queen Elizabeth National Park.
5:30 wake up call for an early game drive. I've seen lions on safaris in the past but never up in the trees! There were 8 of these tree climbing lions in the trees of Queen Elizabeth National Park yesterday. Can't wait to see what today brings as my Uganda journey continues with Gorilla Trek Africa.
Hippos are terrifying. When we were on a boat ride in the Kazinga channel on Friday evening, our local guide got a distress call from his cousin, who was out fishing in his canoe and was attacked by a hippo. The community sent out a rescue team to get him and he survived but lost a lot of blood. We were advised not to walk anywhere away from our camp and this helped us understand why. #karionsafari #safarilife
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