Queen Elizabeth National Park is in the pearl of Africa, Uganda. The park is located in Western Uganda and 388 km from the capital Kampala. It extends from Lake George in the North East to Lake Edward in the South West occupying 764 square miles.
This park was initially referred as Kazinga National Park and now named after Queen Elizabeth II. In the background of this park is the Mountains of the Moon (Rwenzori mountains) offering outstanding natural beauty.
What to See
Queen Elizabeth National Park is famous for its wildlife concentration which includes; tree-climbing Lions, Giraffes, Elephants, Chimpanzees, Leopards, prolific bird life, Hippos and Nile Crocodiles along the Kazinga Channel. Most of the must do and see activities in this haven includes; Wildlife viewing, Lion and Chimpanzees tracking, birding, hot air balloon and boat safaris.The park is also known for its volcanic features with many crater lakes such a Katwe Craters from which salt is extracted.
Where to Stay
Accommodation is available in many Luxury and Budget lodges inside and outside of the park. So get out your calendar, and use Spiky Tours adventure planners to nail this Ugandan magical experience.