Have you asked your self how a lion looks like when it is up on a tree, then wonder no more because Queen Elizabeth National park is the answer to your dreams that should be coming to the reality
Tree climbing lions in Uganda can be only be found in Queen Elizabeth national part in the Ishasha sector.
As we all know it is very rare for lions to climb trees, the ones found in the queen Elizabeth Park are a rare case as it is hard to find climbing lions anywhere else as evident as it is here.
You will be able to see the cubs playing and hanging in the tree branches as well as the older lions.
This is one experience that you are likely never to forget and you will be able to take videos and photos of the lions lazing around in the tree.
The lions normally climb the acacia and sycamore fig trees and they climb the trees because the trees provide enough shelter during both the sunny and rainy season.
These lions climb the trees when the sun has risen and not before and you should also know that the male lions in Queen Elizabeth national park have unique black manes.
The tree climbing lions are the special and amazing creatures that makes a trip memorable in queen Elizabeth National park miss out not to have a great adventure here in the wild
The lions can be seen sitting in the trees while digesting their food and also spotting the little animals that move around the park while plotting for their next hunt.