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Uganda safari - Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda's most popular National Park and certainly one of its most scenic.

 
Queen Elizabeth National Park
 
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in South West Uganda, near Kasese and is approximately 1978 sq km. The park lies 5-6 hours from Kampala on a surfaced road or on a dirt road from Bwindi. It stretches from the crater-dotted foothills of the Rwenzori ranges in the north, along the shores of Lake Edward to the remote Ishasha River in the South, incorporating a wide variety of habitats that range from wetlands to savannah to lowland forest.
 
Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda's second largest national park famous for its tree climbing lions. Located in South Western region, it is also the country's most scenic and diverse park enjoying a fabulous location on the floor of Albertine Rift Valley, 914 meters above sea level.

The park boasts of over 600 bird species and 95 mammal species. The 40 km long Kazinga channel connecting lakes Edward Ad George, open savanna grassland, acacia woodland, closed forest and vast wetlands are home to hundreds of game.

The park also offers boat trips on Kazinga channel in the centre of the park, to the scenic drive between the Volcanic craters in the north, chimpanzee tracking in the deep gorge of Kyambura gorge, walks in the dark Imaramagambo forest and the game drives beneath the vast skies of the Ishasha wilderness in the south, the Katwe salt mines, all offer a visitor a memorable experience.

What to do
Launch trips on the Kazinga channel, Game viewing, Bird watching, Chimp tracking and guided walks through Maragambo forest.

Best time to visit
December - February
 
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