Watch the Ugandan wildlife from the savannahs, rainforests and lakes of Queen Elizabeth National Park
Tucked in the western arm of Uganda’s Great East African Rift Valley, Queen Elizabeth National Park has one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any game reserve in the world.
Famed for its varied blend of savannah, rainforests and lakes, your tailor-made holiday in Queen Elizabeth National Park offers up to 95 different species of mammal to feast your eyes upon, not to mention over 600 kinds of exotic bird. Your expert guide can take you on a boat trip through the Kazinga Channel, and you’ll be able to see you all the wonders of the park from the serene comfort of its lake. Look out for wallowing hippo, water buffalo and wise old elephant roaming the shores.
Meanwhile, in the park’s southwest region, the Ishasha Plains are famous for tree-climbing lions, a sight as majestic as the Ugandan sunsets. Our guides have decades of experience, and will take you to the mysterious and steeply forested walls of Kyambura Gorge, where the small population of chimpanzee have been habituated to humans, vastly increasing your chances of getting up close and personal.