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Large herbivores species including hippopotamus, elephant, buffalo, Uganda Kob, waterbuck, Topi and large carnivore species including lion, leopard, and spotted hyena are the main attractions the bring a massive number of tourists to Queen Elizabeth National Park each year, more than any other savannah park in Uganda. Contact us here...

Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the Western Region of Uganda, spanning the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, and Rukungiri. The Queen Elizabeth National Park is approximately 400 kilometers (250 mi) by road southwest of Kampala's capital city. It includes the Maramagambo Forest and the borders of Kigezi Game Reserve, Kyambura Game Reserve, Kibale National Park in Uganda, and Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda (QENP) formerly known as Kazinga National Park was established in 1952 but was renamed in 1954 to commemorate the visit by Queen Elizabeth II. It lies on the floor of Africa’s Western Rift Valley covering 1,978 sq km at an altitude of 884- 1,337m/2,900- 4,386ft.

You can enjoy a holistic experience in this splendid Queen Elizabeth National Park with diverse habitats including grassland, savannah, forests, wetlands, and lakes. This provides the setting of an extensive range of large mammals, primates, birds, and butterflies.

The Queen Elizabeth National Park's vegetation is a variety of flora and fauna but consists of mostly thickets of small trees including acacias and evergreens. The park, however, has five levels of vegetation; bushy grassland, Acacia woodland, Lakeshore or swamp vegetation, and forest grassland. Contact us here...

The Queen Elizabeth National Park is a habitat for over 95 mammal species with over 600 species of birds. Four out of the big five animals can be found in QENP. The rhino is not present. enjoy our 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Tour - Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari Tour

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The Queen Elizabeth National Park's grasslands harbor impressive wildlife species such as chimpanzees, leopards, lions, elephants, hippopotamuses, water buffaloes, waterbuck, Uganda kob, warthog, hyena, giant forest hog, and several types of antelopes, such as duiker, bushbuck, and reedbuck.

Topis and tree climbing lions can only be found in Ishasha. Forest primates can be found in the Kyambura gorge and Maramagambo forest. The Nile crocodile can be found at the kazinga channel. Apart from the rhino, giraffe and zebra are also absent.

The best time to view wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National Park is in the dry season (January to February and June to August) where wildlife concentrate near the river shores and waterholes. Contact us here...

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The Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to more than 600 bird species. Notable species include; Hooded Vulture, Martial Eagle, Grey Kestrel, African Wattled Plover, Black-bellied Bustard, Black-lored Babbler, White-tailed Lark, Pink-backed Pelican, Black-crowned Tchagra, Slender-tailed Nightjar, Blue-naped Mousebird, Papyrus Canary, Pygmy Kingfisher, Scarlet-chested Sunbird, the lesser and greater Flamingo and many more. Contact us here...

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Kyambura gorge of Queen Elizabeth National Park provides spectacular scenery for chimpanzee tracking in Queen Elizabeth National Park. There are several chimps habituated in this gorge. Chimps stay in groups (called troops) of about 30-80 members. Chimps usually chew on leaves and use them like a sponge to dip in water and suck out the moisture. They also use twigs to pick into termite holes and enjoy nuts, fruits, seeds, and flowers. Their vegetarian diet is usually supplemented by meat, like young antelopes or goats.

They have been spotted killing smaller primates like young baboons, blue monkeys, and Colombus monkeys. There isn’t any particular breeding season and the females give birth every four-five years. They are quadrupedal, walking fast on their four limbs. They are swift climbers, setting their nests high in trees.

Queen Elizabeth National Park has several other primates found within its habitats and these include:

  • Black and white Colombus Monkey
  • Blue monkeys
  • Olive baboons
  • Vervet monkeys
  • Red-tailed monkeys

Chimpanzees are, by nature, a lot more aggressive but the groups you can visit are habituated. Aggression towards humans in that context is extremely rare but you have to exercise caution when near chimps. These are some of the precautions to be observed while tracking chimps in QENP’s Kyambura gorge.

  • Keep a safe distance from primates – Do not visit chimps when you are ill or with an infectious disease
  • Do not use flash photography
  • Back away slowly if the animal approaches you
  • In the forest, the path or trail does not belong to you. Never block the animal’s path.

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The Queen Elizabeth National Park Mweya peninsula is located on the northern bank of the impressive Kazinga Channel at the convergence of the channel with Lake Edward. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Mweya peninsula is the heart of sightseeing activities with the fact that it overlooks Katwe bay of Lake Edward. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Mweya peninsula with well-maintained tracks includes the Channel Track all the way down to Katunguru gate, then across to Kabatoro gate. Kabatoro gate has a chunky ground cover with dense vegetation dominated by candelabra thorn that creates game viewing challenges.

The Queen Elizabeth National Park operates a 20 seater motorized boat that runs two trips a day. However, there can be more rides depending on the number of visitors. Trips set off from the landing stage beneath Mweya lodge. Booking is done at the visitor information center. Leopards are best viewed at the Mweya peninsula. Contact us here...

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The Queen Elizabeth National Park Kazinga channel is a wide, 32-kilometer long natural channel connecting the two Lakes; Lake Gorge (which is to the east) and Lake Edward (which is to the west). On the Eastern side of the Kazinga Channel is Lake George a tiny lake with an overall depth of 2.4 meters and 250 sq km. This lake is fed by streams flowing from the spectacular Rwenzori Mountains just north of this lake. The outflow from Lake Gorge flows through this Kazinga Channel and drains west into the adjacent Lake Edward (which is among the main fresh-water lakes in Uganda) that covers a total area of 2,000 sq km.

The shores of this channel draw a large number of wild animals, birds in addition to reptiles all through the year. The channels host the largest population of hippos and plentiful Nile crocodiles.

The boat cruise is extremely rewarding for viewing wildlife that comes to the banks of the channel for water. The boat cruise is operated from 11 am 1 pm, 3 pm, and 5 pm local time. The boat cruise begins at the Mweya peninsula, 20 km west of Kasese-Mbarara main road through Katunguru. There are special hire taxis available at the Katunguru trading center charging around Ush30,000 or $10 to Mweya.

The channel has two parts; North Kazinga and Kasenyi. The shores of the lake attract a large concentration of mammals, birds, and reptiles all year around. The animals can be viewed well by the Nile cruise or probably at the entrance of Lake Edward. The most convenient and favorable place to spot the lions is within the eastern section of Kasenyi plains on which they prey on a large number of resident Uganda Kobs in that area.

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This  Queen Elizabeth National ParkKyambura Gorge is also called the “Valley of Apes” located in the far eastern corner of Queen Elizabeth National Park. It covers 1 km across and about 100 meters deep. The gorge has a rich wildlife bio-diversity that comprises primates, wild animals, and birds. The amazing gorge will marvel you with the verdant, rich tropical rainforest right close to the Equator crossing with tree canopies providing shade and cover from the harsh sunshine. There is a great assortment of plant life at the gorge.

There are 3 salty crater lakes, that attract huge numbers of beautiful flamingos. This Queen Elizabeth National ParkKyambura Gorge can best be explored on foot, taking a nature walk will unveil the natural beauty of the gorge.

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The Queen Elizabeth National Park Maramagambo forest is from the Kichwamba escarpment all through to Lake Edward. The forest canopy shade is an ideal destination for hiking, nature walks, primate trekking, and birding. The walk-in Queen Elizabeth National Park Maramagambo forest can take 2hours or even half a day where you can explore the beautiful crater lakes. in the Queen Elizabeth National Park Maramagambo forest primates found here are Chimpanzees, Black and White Colobus monkeys, L’Hoest’s monkeys, baboons, Red Tailed monkeys for Blue monkeys, and Vervet monkeys.  The forest is a habitat for nocturnal species; the Pottos and the bushbabies.

The other major attraction is the impressive bat caves. There is now a secure viewing center established outside of these caves where you can get a glimpse of pythons and bats that hide there.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park Kasenyi is located within the northeastern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park and is 48 kilometers by road, southeast of Kasese. The open savannah plains are on the western shores of the adjacent stunning Lake George, just near to the area where the Kazinga Channel confluences with this lake. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Kasenyi region is open savannah, and it is swarmed with various wild animals. Lions are commonly seen here because this area is dominant for the kob’s breeding and feeding. There are also many bird species found in this area such as yellow-throated long crow, red-throat spurfowls, and grey-crown cranes.

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Though many explosion craters are extinct, few still release sulfurous smells. The 3 major concentrations are; Katwe Explosion Craters in QENP, Bunyaraguru Crater Field on the Kichwamba escarpment, and the Ndali-Kasenda Crater Field close to Kibale National Park.

The Katwe explosion craters are situated north of the impressive Mweya Peninsula. The enormous Kyemengo Crater is absolutely the most alluring among the Katwe Explosion Craters. The craters in the past reduced Lake Edward to a poisonous mess. Unlike Volcanoes, Explosion Craters actually do not pile cones they merely blow ash as well as rock to distances far away.  The craters are now filled with water forming breathtaking lakes and many have smelled of sulfur in their waters. The crater lakes are exceptional viewpoints for nature walks and birding.

You can enjoy a spectacular Crater Drive which presents distant sights of the stunning crater lakes,  the Great Western Rift Valley plus its escarpments, Lake George, the Rwenzori Mountains of the Moon, the Kazinga Channel, and Lake Edward while on your way. Lake Kitagata can be seen which is a lake fed by salty hot-springs with no wildlife around. Contact us here...

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The Queen Elizabeth National Park Ishasha sector at the southwest rim section of Queen Elizabeth National Park is notably known for its resident Tree climbing lions that are spotted hanging on branches of huge fig trees whereas the Uganda Kob (which are the major food to these lions) graze in the plains. This section is only 2 hours drive from the Mweya Peninsula.

Queen Elizabeth National Park Ishasha sector is a very memorable destination with splendid sights of the King of the jungle perched up high on one of the branches of the huge fig trees, lazily resting away as the day goes by. Besides, you can also come across buffalo herds, antelopes, elephants, and hippos. However, this is not always guaranteed as it majorly depends on the day you visit this part.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park Lake George is small and shallow and located in the western part of East Africa’s Rift Valley. The lake is supplied by several inflows from the extensive mountain Rwenzori ranges such as Dura, Mpanga, Nsonge, Rumi, and Mubuku. Its outflow is into the Kazinga Channel that drains toward the adjacent Lake Edward. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Lake George, at 914m altitudes, experiences two rainy seasons having the rainfall peaks within May as well as October. The islands on this lake are Kankuranga, Iranqara, and Akika. A lot of fishing is done in this lake. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Lake Georgeshores are dominated by papyrus reeds and swamps where you can catch a glimpse of the sitatunga antelope, rare Shoebill, and other birds.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda’s Equator provides a beautiful place for photo shooting. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda’s Equator Pavilion is easily spotted by the northern entrance to Crater Drive. The Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda’s Equator pavilion which was first established in 1954 was renovated by the second visit of the Duke of Edinburgh in 2007 with better facilities.

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The climate in Queen Elizabeth National Park is warm. The Queen Elizabeth National Park landscape is beautiful and green. Temperatures remain stable year-round, being near the equator. Daytime temperatures rise to around 29°C/84°F and slowly fall to around 17°C/63°F at night.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is open all year long, but wildlife viewing is at its best from January to February and June to July (the dry seasons) though there is always the potential for rain. However, this scenic park is at its most beautiful in the Wet seasons from March to May and August to December. Rain happens less during December through January, with June and July having the least rain. Wet seasons occur from March to May and from August to December. Contact us here...

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  • January & February – Expect rainfall at any time through this is generally a dry season. June & July – There is a slight potential for rain during these months, the driest months. Daytime temperatures average 29°C/84°F, and nighttime temperatures average 16°C/61°F. Wildlife is easier to spot as animals gather around water points and the vegetation thins. The trails are dry making chimp trekking easier. Birding is best done from late May to September.

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  • March, April & May – Increased rainfall is in April. Temperatures are pleasant (around 29°C/84°F) in the later afternoon and cooler (17°C/63°F) in the morning. Roads can become impassable and chimp trekking trails are slippery.
  • August, September, October & November– This time of year is similar to March through May, with rain peaking in November. There is plenty of wildlife to see. Migratory birds can be spotted. However, roads may become inaccessible after heavy rains and forest trails get slippery. Afternoon thunderstorms should be expected, and it might drizzle.

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  • High Season, June to September, is a prime time for gorilla trekking and there are many tourists in Uganda.

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The gazetting of the Queen Elizabeth National Park has ensured the conservation of its ecosystems, which in turn benefits the surrounding communities. There is rich culture found in QENP with Toro, Banyaruguru found here. You will find crafts shops where you can get a souvenir and in turn help the community. The community engages in activities such as fishing, salt mining, farming.

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It is recommended to take anti-malarial medication and apply mosquito repellent because there is a high risk of transition during the rainy season (March to May and October to December) in all parks apart from the high altitude mountainous park.

Wear long pants and long-sleeve shirts, shoes, or boots because of the abundance of thorns and sharp twigs and to prevent bug bites.

Resist the temptation to jog or walk alone in the park.

Wildlife is not confined to the park and roams freely around the lodges and camps, avoid venturing out of your lodge alone at night or dawn.

In 2008, there was a case of Marburg Virus infection at the bat caves in the Maramagambo forest. In collaboration with the American CDC, this has been controlled and you can safely view the bats and pythons at the entrance of the caves.

Wildlife can be unpredictable and you are advised to use your common sense and exercise caution and respect for the animals. Please observe all wildlife safety precautions and park rules when enjoying your Africa safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park. These include but are not limited to:

  • Keep a safe distance from wildlife.
  • Do not feed wildlife.
  • Be aware of your surrounding and stay alert.
  • Stay in designated trails and tracks.
  • The road does not belong to you. The animals always have a right of way.
  • Do not honk in the park or at animals.
  • Watch where you put your feet while walking in the bush.
  • Never run away from a predator when confronted.
  • Never walk between a hippo and water. It may panic and charge because its safety route to the water is blocked.
  • While camping, store food carefully to avoid attracting wildlife.

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Begin by looking at the visa requirements for traveling to Uganda.

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  • Buses are found at the Baganda bus park and near Nakivubo stadium in Kampala.
  • 6 hours drive from Kampala through Mbarara, Bushenyi is 420 kilometers.
  • 6 hours drive from Kampala through Fort Portal to Kasese is 410 kilometers.

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60 minutes Charter flights from Entebbe International Airport to the Airstrip in Mweya, Kasese, or Ishasha.

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 3 Days Burundi Tour, Bujumbura capital city, Lake Tanganyika, ruvimba, Karera waterfalls, Source of River Nile, Kibira Forest National Park

5 Days Burundi Tour, Bujumbura capital city, Rusizi National park, Lake Tanganyika, Rusizi River, Karera falls, Gitega gishora, Rububu national park, Kigwena Reserves, Rumonge fishermen, Source of River Nile

 10 Days Burundi Tour, Bujumbura capital city tour, Rusizi national park, Source of Nile, Karera waterfalls, Kibira National Park, Ruvubu National Park, lake Rwihinda.

Top South Sudan Tours

3 Days South Sudan Tour - Juba City Tour

3 Days South Sudan Tour - Nimule National Park

4 Days South Sudan Tour - Topesa and Jie Villages

 4 Days South Sudan Tour - Mundari Cattle Camp Tour

 5 Days South Sudan Tour – Dinka Tribe Photography Tour

 8 Days South Sudan Tour - Mundari and Dinka Cattle Camps Tour

  8 Days South Sudan Tour – Mundari and Nimule National Park Tour

8 Days South Sudan Tour – Hiking Mountain Kenyeti in Imatong Forest Reserve

  8 Days South Sudan Tour – Kidepo Valley National Park

  8 Days South Sudan Tour - Southern National Park

  10 Days South Sudan Tour - Bird Watching Tour

 15 Days Best of South Sudan Tour-Mundari cattle Camp, Toposa, Jiye, Larim, Lotuko