Queen Elizabeth National Park

About Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is situated in southwestern Uganda and covers a wide range of habitats, including savannah grasslands, wetlands, and dense forests. The park is home to a variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, hippos, and a wide range of bird species. The park is also known for its stunning landscapes, including the Rwenzori Mountains and the Kazinga Channel, which is a natural channel that connects Lake Edward and Lake George.


Queen Elizabeth National Park: The Complete Guide

The pearl of Uganda’s conservation efforts

Queen Elizabeth National Park stands as the pearl of Uganda’s conservation efforts, a shining testament to the country’s dedication to preserving its rich biodiversity. Nestled in the heart of southwestern Uganda, this remarkable park is a living sanctuary where nature’s beauty and wildlife converge in harmony. With its diverse ecosystems, from the vast savannah grasslands to dense forests and wetlands, it provides a safe haven for an astounding array of wildlife. Here, the iconic African “Big Five” roam freely, and it’s not uncommon to witness majestic lions, towering elephants, elusive leopards, and more. The park’s landscapes are equally captivating, featuring the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and the meandering Kazinga Channel. Queen Elizabeth National Park showcases not only the natural wonders of Uganda but also the nation’s unwavering commitment to conservation, making it an essential destination for all nature and wildlife enthusiasts.

Why Queen Elizabeth National Park…

Tourists prefer Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda for its remarkable appeal, driven by its rich biodiversity featuring the African “Big Five” and over 600 bird species, diverse ecosystems including savannah and wetlands, captivating landscapes such as the Rwenzori Mountains and the Kazinga Channel, unique cultural encounters, and affordable safari options. Accessibility, boat safaris, adventure activities like chimpanzee tracking and hot air balloon safaris, and the park’s strong commitment to conservation further elevate its status as a favored destination for nature and wildlife enthusiasts, showcasing Uganda’s dedication to preserving its natural treasures.Tour Activities at Queen Elizabeth National Park

Tourists prefer Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda for its remarkable appeal, driven by its rich biodiversity featuring the African “Big Five” and over 600 bird species, diverse ecosystems including savannah and wetlands, captivating landscapes such as the Rwenzori Mountains and the Kazinga Channel, unique cultural encounters, and affordable safari options.

Camping and Night Game Drives

Experience the magic of the African night by embarking on nocturnal game drives or setting up camp under the starlit sky, listening to the distant calls of wildlife.

Nature Walks

Explore the Maramagambo Forest, the crater lakes area, or take a guided walk around the salt works to understand the local salt extraction process.

Chimpanzee Tracking

Venture into the Kyambura Gorge, often referred to as the “Valley of Apes,” to track and observe the fascinating behaviors of wild chimpanzees

Boat Safaris

Embark on a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, a unique opportunity to view hippos, crocodiles, and an array of waterbirds from close quarters

Plan With Us This journey….

Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of the wild? Somewherein Africa Ltd invites you to embark on a life-changing journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park, a jewel in Uganda’s crown. With our expert guides and carefully crafted itineraries, we promise you an extraordinary experience, from thrilling game drives where you’ll encounter the African “Big Five,” to serene boat safaris along the scenic Kazinga Channel. We offer an exclusive opportunity to witness the diverse ecosystems and abundant wildlife that make this park legendary. Join us, and let’s create memories that will last a lifetime. Queen Elizabeth National Park is calling, and we’re here to answer that call with you