Uganda’s most scenic and diverse enjoys a famous location on the floor of the Albertine Rift Valley, 914m above sea level, at the foot of the 5,100m Ruwenzori Mountains. Variety habitants, the40km Kizinga Channel which connects Lakes George and Edward open savannah, acacia woodland, closed forest and vast wetlands support an impressive 95 mammal species and over 600species of birds a remarkable total Park that is less than 2,000sqkm in area.
Set majestically in the shadow of the Ruwenzori, flanking Lakes Edward and George, the lash savannah this 1,978 sq. km Queen Elizabeth National Park offers a prime grazing of buffalo, elephants and various antelope. Take a guided walk through the Parks green tranquil and beautiful Kyambura forest and observe in the lives of primates like chimpanzees and vervet monkeys as they dance and charter in the trees. These unique points are a source water in the Park for the Park animals and at certain season’s magnet for flocks of flamingos.
A checklist of 600 plus bird species testifies to the extraordinary ecological diversity of this park.
Any visitor to this park cannot fail to be amazed by the enormous diversity in each kingdom of creation. It’s simply a visual feast. Take a boat trip, a game drive, a woodland walk or simply enjoy any of the myriad stunning views.