Attractions in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a diverse park with wide range habitats that are ideal for existence of a range of wildlife that amaze many tourists on Uganda Safari Tours. There are 95 mammal species in the park which makes it the highest on Uganda standards, 10 species of primates including common chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkey, Lhoest’s monkey, vervet monkey, red tailed monkey, and blue monkey…Read More

Wildlife images at Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Birds in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Over 600 bird species thrive in Queen Elizabeth National Park which makes it number one in Uganda in terms of bird count, the second in Uganda and the sixth in the whole world. The varied habitats of Queen Elizabeth National Park ranging from forests to open savannah, savannah woodland and water environments provide ideal birding opportunities. Different birds exist in the following areas and can be encountered on Uganda safaris and tours…more

Different Birds found at Queen Elizabeth National Park

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The Equator in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is also crossed by the world’s main latitude – the Equator which divided the world into two equal parts the northern and southern hemispheres which offers impressive photo shoots and geographical endeavors…Read More

The Uganda Equator

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Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth national Park.

Kyambura gorge sometimes referred to as the valley of Apes is positioned on the eastern side of the Queen Elizabeth National Park with good number of Chimpanzees that have been habituated for chimp trekking experience …Read More

Chimpanzees at Kyambura Gorge

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Two young chimpanzees

Tourist Activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

With over 600 species of birds, Queen Elizabeth National Park has the great birding safari in Uganda, the second on the continent and the sixth on the world scale…Read More