Queen Elizabeth national park is one of the most fascinating tourist destinations that many travelers love to explore on their Uganda safaris. The Park is the second largest after Murchison falls national park. It is situated in the south-western part of Uganda covering districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rukungiri and Rubirizi. It is paramount to note that Queen Elizabeth national park hosts a diversity of impressive populations of wildlife, birdlife as well as a wide range of intriguing attractions and activities. Uganda Car Rental Services presents to you the top activities to to when on safari in Queen Elizabeth park this 2021 ;
Game viewing/ Game Drives
This is a scenic game safari with in the park that is done together with a ranger guide. It is one of the astounding activities that gives you an insight to explore the park’s beauty plus its stunning wildlife. Game drives in Queen Elizabeth national park are done both morning and evening. Night game drive gives you a chance to sight the nocturnal animals in the park such as the leopards, Civet, Serval cats among others. wildlife that can be seen on a game drive include; the herds of African elephants, herds of African buffaloes, the Antelopes, lions, Hyenas, Warthogs, Giant Forest hogs and many more.
Boat cruise safari on Kazinga channel
Boat safaris in the park take places on kazinga channel -a natural link which connects Lake George and Lake Edward. While cruising, you delight in the amazing sights and sounds of the park plus the charming aquatic wildlife. Enjoy observing hundreds of hippos, Nile Crocodiles relaxing lazily on shores of Kazinga channel as well as numerous colorful bird species like the Pied king fishers. A lot of wildlife love to congregate on the shores of the kazinga channel especially in the dry season thus you are able to sight many that you were unable to spot on a game drive.
In case you are a primate lover, Queen Elizabeth national park is one of the great places you can encounter these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. The park features a valley of Apes known as the Kyambura gorge; it is situated in the northern region the park. The gorge is home to huge populations of chimpanzees that have been habituated for tourism. While tracking the chimpanzees, you get an opportunity to see other primates like the olive baboons, red tailed monkeys, L’hoest monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys among others. Tracking permit for chimpanzees in the park is $50 USD person, you can book or pay for permit at the park headquarters or inform you tour operator so that he can assist you with the booking process.
Lion Tracking experience
Are you wondering where you can encounter tree climbing lions in East Africa? Queen Elizabeth national park is among the best sites you can find them. Tree climbing lions is a unique species that can be found in the Ishasha sector of the park. During the lion tracking experience, you can spot many basking lazily on the Acacia tree branches which gives you an enchanting memorable experience on your safari.
Bird Watching adventure
Queen Elizabeth national park is popular haven for amazing population of birdlife. There are about 620 bird species recorded in the park. This has qualified the park as the best place for bird watching. Birds you are mostly to spot here include; the pink backed pelican, Yellow-throated Cuckoo, Sedge Warbler, Verreaux’s Eagle Owl, Papyrus Canary, marital Eagle, Flamingos on lake Bunyampaka.
Are you planning a trip to Queen Elizabeth national park the season and you are still wondering the charming things you can do while there? With the above guide, feel free to delight in an unforgettable safari adventure. For more information and inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact our professional and friendly reservation team. Simply send us an firstname.lastname@example.org or call us now on +256-700135510 to speak directly with our customer care personnel