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Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is among the top Uganda’s popular tourist destinations where you will find tree climbing lions in ishasha. The park’s diverse  biosphere, which include sprawling savannah, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 500 species of birds.

Wetlands, forests and savannah grasslands offer wonderful opportunities to see the likes of elephants, leopards, hippos, chimpanzees, giraffes, and the tree-climbing lion in Queen Elizabeth national park. There are various safaris, lake boat cruises, and even hot air balloon tours available here for you while adventuring this amazing area.

There are scenic views of the Kazinga Channel with its banks lined with hippos, buffalo and elephants, and the Ishasha plains whose tree climbing lions are ready to pounce on herds of unsuspecting Uganda kob.

There are many opportunities for visitors to meet the local communities in Queen Elizabeth National Park to enjoy storytelling, dance, music and more.


The Kazinga channel is abridge that joins Lake Gorge to Lake Edward. The shores of the Lake Gorge and Lake Edward joined by a channel called Kazinga attracts a large concentration of mammals, birds as well as reptiles of different kinds all year around. Around here people also enjoy game drives during morning and late afternoon hours. The work of the range guide is to help you get enough information about the park and still get the most memorable experience in Africa.



One would say that the Uganda’s Equator provides outstanding place for photo shooting either as an individual, with a friend or as a group along with craft shops that can make you buy a souvenir.



Tree climbing lions are found in Ishasha which covers an area of about 100km south of Mweya.The Park’s gives a genuine Africa wilderness experience. Among the inhabitants in this place include savannah woodland, and a diversity of wildlife such as climbing lions, rare shoebill stork and many others.