Top Best Things To Do and See In Lake Mburo National Park

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Lake Mburo National Park is the closest Wildlife Park to Kampala city. It is also the perfect Park where one can break a long journey from Western Ugandan Parks such as Mgahinga Gorilla National Park or Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National […]

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Top Things To Do & See On A Tour in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park has a variety of activities and it’s acknowledged to be a habitat for over 95 mammal species with about 612 species of birds. The various species in this park, has made it a unique park most liked […]

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Wildlife Found in Lake Mburo National Park

The easily sighted wildlife in Lake Mburo National Park makes it a very special place for game drives and walking safaris in Uganda. The attractive 158 square miles acacia-dotted savanna of Olea and Boscia is home to 68 mammal species. […]

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Top Best Lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular safari destination with a great diversity of wildlife. With many Lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park, we have selected the best lodges that will give you a memorable safari experience in Uganda. […]

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Sight The Big Game On A Game Drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park

A tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park offers an ultimate opportunity to sight four of the African big game on a game drive in Uganda most visited wilderness. With an astonishing over 5000 hippos, 2500 elephants, and over 10,000 buffaloes […]

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Bird-life in Queen Elizabeth National Park

More than 660 bird species have been recorded in Queen Elizabeth National Park, making it a bird haven and a destination for many birders. A day in Queen Elizabeth game park will grant you great opportunities to sight various species […]

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Wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National Park

There are always 99.9% chances of seeing 4 of the big five in Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park. Visitors marvel at the giant elephants across the park, the gentle hippos, charging buffaloes, lucky moments with the shrewd leopards and the […]

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The Ishasha Tree Climbing Lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Bordering the spectacular Virunga mountains in the west and stretching to the foothills of the Rwenzori mountains in the north, Queen Elizabeth National Park – located in the southwest extremity of Uganda – is one of Africa’s finest protected areas. While it […]

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The Kazinga Channel In Queen Elizabeth National Park

One of the things always said about paradise is that it a state of nature where all animals (destructive man inclusive) live in harmony, each going about their business without fear of the other, and all living off God’s natural […]

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