Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
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Your trip to Uganda wouldn’t be complete if you will not see the Queen Elizabeth National Park. It’s the home of hundreds of animals like cape buffalos, waterbucks, lions, warthogs, leopards, giant forest hogs, hyenas, and elephants. About 95 species of mammals and more than 612 variety of birds nestle in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. Tons of tourists and photographers choose this destination as a favorite as it unites them with nature. Around the area, there are many choices for accommodations where you can also get stunning views of the Mweya Peninsula and Kazinga Channel. Different kinds of wildlife gather in the mentioned places. If you're planning to have an adventure at the Queen Elizabeth National Park, July is a great time to do it.


Mweya Safari Lodge

The Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of Uganda’s prime attractions due to its thriving ecosystem...

Jacana Lodge

Along the crater lake in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park is a treehouse inn called the Jacana...