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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A Visit To Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of Uganda’s most diverse protected area with a wide range of wildlife, many species of birds and surrounded by communities that are ready to provide a lifetime community encounter. The park is located in […]

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