“Uganda’s most popular national park”

One of the oldest parks in Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s premier safari destination. The park is located between Lake George and Lake Edward with the Kazinga channel connecting the two lakes. Its ideal location between the gorillas of Bwindi and the chimpanzees of Kibale makes for the perfect pit-stop between the two popular parks, providing some of the best game-viewing you’ll find outside of Kenya and Tanzania’s large parks. Four of the Big Five are present (rhinos being the absentee), with the park one of only two places on earth where you can hope to see tree-climbing lions (the other being Lake Manyara National park).

With 612 bird species, it is a great place for bird-watchers. Multiple daily boat cruises along the Kazinga channel, provide a great platform for seeing plenty of hippos, crocodiles, buffalos, and waterbirds on the shoreline.

Contact us on how you can incorporate Queen Elizabeth National Park into your safari itinerary.