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Queen Elizabeth NP Wins TRIPADVISOR ACCOLADE Yet Again

Queen Elizabeth NP Wins TRIPADVISOR ACCOLADE Yet Again


Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda is this year’s proud winner of the TripAdvisor certificate of Excellence for consistence in providing quality services to the visitors.
The TripAdvisor would like to congratulate Queen Elizabeth Falls National Park on being awarded a 2014 Certificate of Excellence, signifying that it has consistently earned outstanding feedback from TripAdvisor travelers.

This prestigious award is based on the quality of reviews and opinions you have earned on TripAdvisor over the past year. We hope you will showcase your certificate to guests and staff with pride, wrote Mac Charron, President TripAdvisor for Business.

He added “We also encourage you to promote your win to local media and past and future guests by using our free tools for award winners”.
Congratulations again on your accomplishment.

The park is winning the award for the second year in a row having won it alongside Kibale and Bwindi Impenetrable National Parks in 2013.This year, Murchison Falls NP is another winner of the coveted accolade.

TripAdvisor is the world’s largest travel community boasting of More than 260 million monthly visitors,60 million members, Over 150 million reviews and opinions and 44 sites in 27 languages.
Mr. Nelson Guma the Conservation Area manager for Queen Elizabeth Conservation Area says.
“I take this opportunity to break the good news of another award of certificate of excellence to Queen Elizabeth National Park in 2004 for consistence in provision of quality services and good customer care.

I thank each one of you for your contribution to this achievement. This has been possible partly due to our collaboration through the “Friends of Queen Forum” where we focus on promoting Queen Elizabeth National Park as a destination, commit ourselves to provide best services and survey visitor satisfaction to ensure that visitors get the best experience. The recognition demonstrates that this forum is the right mechanism for collaboration to support the park management to conserve the spectacular landscape and unique biodiversity resources that offer unrivaled products we promote .