Explore the top attractions in five of Uganda’s best national parks.
The famous Kazinga channel links Lake Edward and Lake George over a distance of about 32 kilometres, and is one of the primary features in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda.
Witness the phenomenon of the tree climbing lions in Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.
The pearl of Africa, universally regarded as the brightest prospect in East Africa, has recovered from its luster, to stand not only at the forefront of African renaissance, but also one of the continent’s safest, friendliest, and most rewarding tourist destinations.
While it constitutes an unspoiled savannah landscape dotted with forests regularly patrolled by resident chimps, it is the famed tree-climbing lions that pull the intrepid explorer. It is one of the few places in Africa where when your guide shouts “lion!”, you look up!
Queen Elizabeth National Park’s diversity in wildlife is outstanding. The park’s biome boasts 95 mammal species, 20 predators and over 611 bird species, making the park a birder’s paradise.
From seeing tree-climbing lions to relaxing on a river cruise – here are some reasons why you should visit the Ishasha Region of Uganda.