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Elephants in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Amazing Things to Make Your Day in Queen Elizabeth Park

Amazing Things to Make Your Day in Queen Elizabeth Park

Elephants in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen is a must for any safari to Uganda. Spanning four districts (Rubirizi, Kamwenge, Rubirizi and Kasese) in south western Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park covers a total area of 1978 square kilometers. It was established in 1952 as Kazinga channel National Park, but later renamed to commemorate the visit of Queen Elizabeth II. With

Tree Climbing Lions

How Possible Is It To See Tree Climbing Lions In Ishasha?

How Possible Is It To See Tree Climbing Lions In Ishasha?

Tree Climbing Lions

Located is the southern section of the park, Ishasha border point is a border crossing station and customs post in the Kanungu District in the Western Region of Uganda. It is inset 350 metres from the Ishasha River, which is the Uganda-Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) border locally, and is 1.3 kilometres from the

Enjoy a Self-Drive Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Enjoy a Self-Drive Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park

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A self-drive safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park in the southwestern part of Uganda is regarded as a memorable one. Queen Elizabeth national park is regarded as one of the most visited national parks in Uganda housing the most bio-diversity of wild-life species. The park is located just a few hours’ drive from the capital

Kazinga Channel Boat Cruise

Enjoy Amazing Game Drives and Boat Cruises

Enjoy Amazing Game Drives and Boat Cruises

Kazinga Channel Boat Cruise

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the best safari parks to visit if you are interested in enjoying amazing game drives and boat cruises while on safari in Uganda. Whether you are planning to stay 1 – 3 nights on your Uganda safari, an adventure through this park takes you back to nature, get

Tour Bwindi Forest & Queen Elizabeth National Park

Tour Bwindi Forest & Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Have you ever thought of a safari that combines both gorilla trekking and game viewing in Uganda? Well if you ever never, you should consider taking a safari that combines both gorilla trekking and a game viewing safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park. From this trip, you will have a lot of memories to share,

A Self Drive Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park

A Self Drive Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Queen Elizabeth national park is one of the most visited Uganda national parks reachable by a car more enjoyable on self drive safari. Queen Elizabeth national park is located in the south western part of Uganda. The park can be reached most especially from Kampala via Mbarara town and Bushenyi leads to the center of

Road Tripping Uganda

Discover Queen Elizabeth Park on a Road Trip

Discover Queen Elizabeth Park on a Road Trip

Road Tripping Uganda

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the top national parks visited on road trips in Uganda. Located in Western Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park can easily be accessed by motorists. To reach Queen Elizabeth national park it takes about 5-7 hours driving at your own pace. There are several stopovers that one can have

Queen Elizabeth National Park Ranks Top in East Africa

Queen Elizabeth National Park Ranks Top in East Africa

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There will never be a better time to visit and experience the Pearl of Africa because a lot waits to be explored year round culture adventure and sightseeing. Why not start with   Uganda’s best park Queen Elizabeth national park according as listed by lonely planet as the region’s valued destinations and a look out spot

Kyambura Gorge

Explore Kyambura Gorge, the Underground Forest of Apes

Explore Kyambura Gorge, the Underground Forest of Apes

Kyambura Gorge

Located on Kyambura escarpment near Kyambura trading centre in Queen Elizabeth national Park, the over 16 kilometer long Kyambura Gorge is part of the Western Rift Valley in Uganda the sprawling savannah continues as before.  It is one of the most incredible views in Uganda– there is also great viewpoint platform from which you can