Uganda is a very diverse place in East Africa with a lot to see and to explore on a safari. Check out some of the other places you don’t want to miss while in the region.
Tree climbing lions are a highlight within this Park and something you can only see in Uganda or some parks within Tanzania.
Uganda’s most scenic and diverse park enjoys a fabulous location on the floor of the Albelrtine Rift Valley and foot of the Rwenzori Mountains. Queen Elizabeth National Park has varied habitats, from the 40km Kazinga Channel, open savannah, acacia woodland, closed forest and vast wetlands. This small park is home to an impressive 95 mammal species and over 600 species of birds.