Situated in the south west part of Uganda, Queen Elizabeth known as ‘’A Melody of Wonders’’
Uganda’s most visited game reserve and arguably the most scenic. The national park protects the vast savannah plains, bushland, wetlands and forests that lie at the base of the Rwenzori mountain range. Kazinga Channel, which flows through the park and connects Lake George in the east to Lake Edward in the west, attracts a rich array of birds and animals, including the infamous Nile crocodile and one of the world’s largest concentration of hippos. On your first game drive you will explore the park along a 200 kilometre network of well-maintained game viewing tracks.
It protects a fabulously diverse landscape of tropical habitants; rolling grassland, tropical forest, sheer-sided volcanic calderas, moist acacia woodland and a variety of wetland habitats including open waters and swampy shores of Lake Edward and George.
Queen Elizabeth national park is a known Home for the BIG 5; Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Hippos and Rhinos.