Queen Elizabeth national park along with kyambura and kigezi wildlife resource brings together the most diverse ecosystem in Africa.Thousands of hippos populate these water shores. Open savannah dotted with acacia and euphobia trees provide habitat for,leopardsm, elephants, lions, Uganda Safari kobs, in addition to big herds of buffaloes.The park also harbors diverse animal species which include chimpanzees and monkeys.Waterbucks, giant forest hog, topi, hyenas, and crocodiles are among the many animals distinguished frequently in Queen Elizabeth national park. The rainforest in the Kyambura Gorge is home to chimpanzees and the remote Ishasha sector is famed for its tree-climbing lions with flamingoes providing a stunning splash of colour on the crater lakes.
From open savannah to rainforest, from dense papyrus swamps and brooding crater lakes to the vastness of Lake Edward, it is little wonder that Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) boasts one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any game reserve in the world. This park is located in the South of the Ruwenzori Mountains, surrounding Congo and including two lakes, George and Edward, which are joined by the Kazinga Channel.Species: Queen Elizabeth National Park registers boastfully a number of animals, including 95 mammal species (among them elephants, lions, leopards, kobs, buffaloes, jackals, spotted hyenas) and 10 primate species, like chimpanzees, velvet monkeys, blue monkeys, red tailed monkeys, black and white colobus, olive baboons. The listing of birds is of 606 species entered, perhaps the gamiest in any African National Park and in the world.
Activities: Uganda Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Launch trip from Mweya on Kazinga Channel for a marvelous wildlife feel: await to see hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, elephants, bushbucks, warthog and a lot of water birds species. Game drives in Kasenyi Plans and in Ishasha, looking for the veritable lions climbing the fig’s trees. “Chimp tracking” in Kyambura Gorge and bird watching safaris in Maramagambo Forest