Welcome to Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda, one of the leading Uganda Wildlife Safari destinations was gazetted in 1952 as Kazinga National Park by the British colonial government. But before it was gazated, it used to exist as Lake Edward and Lake George game reserves since 1920s. The park was later renamed Queen Elizabeth in commemoration of the visiting British Monarch in 1954 and Iddi Amin later attempted to name Rwenzori Mountain National Park but his efforts did not last. The park lies in the shadows of Ruwenzori Mountains along the flats of the western arm of the East African rift valley …Read more
Queen Elizabeth National Park is a diverse park as a Uganda Safari park has a wide range habitats that are ideal for existence of a range of wildlife.
There are 95 mammal species in the park which makes it the highest on Uganda standards, 10 species of primates including common chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkey …Read More
During Uganda Safaris, Queen Elizabeth National Park can be connected to by road using Private and public means ( but Public means is not advised for foreign Tourists) for safety and security reasons. The Buses transfer daily from Kampala to Kasese. Other Taxis connect to Katunguru and Katwe trading centers which are within the park. …Read More
At Queen Elizabeth National Park, there is a range of Uganda Safari Lodges/ accommodation facilities catering for both up-market, medium range and budget visitors are available.
Please do chek out the list of available facilities and their corresponding prices for the different logdes…Read More
Undertaking Uganda Safaris requires one to understand the following;
Improve community livelihoods during great tourism ventures.