While you're there
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What you'll see there
Welcome to Queen Elizabeth National Park, one of Uganda’s most iconic and diverse destinations. Covering over 1,978 square kilometers, this vast park is home to a unique combination of ecosystems, including savannah plains, tropical forests, and wetlands. The park’s diverse landscapes create an ideal habitat for over 95 mammal species, including elephants, lions, buffaloes, and leopards, as well as over 600 bird species.
One of the highlights of Queen Elizabeth National Park is the Kazinga Channel, a natural waterway that connects Lake Edward and Lake George. This 40-kilometer-long channel is home to hippos, crocodiles, and a range of bird species, including kingfishers, eagles, and pelicans. Visitors can enjoy boat safaris to get up close and personal with the channel’s wildlife.
For those seeking more adventure, Queen Elizabeth National Park offers a range of activities, including game drives, chimpanzee tracking, nature walks, and cultural experiences with the local communities. The park’s expert guides are passionate about sharing their knowledge of the park’s wildlife and history, ensuring that visitors have a fulfilling and educational experience.
At Queen Elizabeth National Park, we are committed to sustainable tourism practices and preserving the park’s natural beauty. Our goal is to support the local communities and ensure that future generations can enjoy this incredible destination for years to come. Come explore the wonders of Queen Elizabeth National Park and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.