Self Drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Self driving at Queen Elizabeth national park is another way of exploring what the park has to offer including the ultimate game drive experience, boat cruise along the Kazinga channel not forgetting the tree climbing lions at the Isasha sector, from which Queen Elizabeth national park is famous .
Located along with Fort portal Mpondwe road in Rubirizi district, Queen Elizabeth national park is Uganda’s second-largest national park spreading over 1,978 square kilometers of land.
The park is also one of the most visited parks in Uganda known for its high concentration of wild animals.
The main activities within Queen Elizabeth National park include game viewing, lion tracking in kasenyi plains, katwe salt mines, Munyanyange Crater Lake, nature walks and the famous launch cruise at kazinga channel.
Game drive in the park offers you great chance to see numerous animals such as elephants, lion, leopards, waterbucks, warthogs, elands, Uganda kobs, buffalos, Topis, L’Hoest gazelles, hippos, ground, and tree-climbing lions among others.
The shores of Kazinga channel shelters numerous birds which include white egrets, saddle billed stork, Africa fish eagle, African kingfisher, Long tailed Cormorants, white winded, swamp nightjar, African morning dove, Little bee eater, and Knob billed ducks among others. Also, trek chimpanzees in Kyambura gorge in the eastern corner of Queen Elizabeth National Park.