Queen Elizabeth National Park, Wildlife Tours in Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the Western Part of Uganda known to offer remarkable Wildlife Safaris to travelers in Uganda.
The Park is also prominently know to offer amazing Tree Climbing lions experiential to those interested in following the Lions as they wander around their natural Savannah vegetation habitat.
The Wildlife animals you watch here include; Elephants, Buffalo, Uganda Kobs, small antelope, warthogs, Hippos, Crocodiles, bush buck, duikers, etc.
The Park offers a boat cruise not found anywhere in the world due to the views it offer as you watch the schools of Hippo with crocodiles underneath enjoying the waters.
When to Visit the Park
Queen Elizabeth national Park can be visited anytime around the year depending on the preference time of the travelers in Uganda.
However the Best Time to visit the Park is during the Short Rain and Dry Season when the trails are navigable, photography is clear and the wildlife animals are visible in a distance.
How to get to the park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is accessed by use of both Road and Air and this is according to the preferences of the travellers.
By Road, travelers can transfer from Kampala using a 4×4 fleet/ car for a period of 4-5 hours along the Kasese to Bundibugyo main road.
By Air, travelers can board a domestic flight from Entebbe International Airport/ Kajjansi Airstrip to the Kihihi Airstrip where you leave from to the Park.
Things to do in the Park
- Game Drives
- Boat cruises
- Bird Watching
- Hiking and Nature Walks
- Tree Climbing lions’ experiential
- Lion Tracking