November 2017

Park View Safari Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park

November 24th, 2017|

The Park view Safari Lodge is one of the Uganda Safari lodges in the destination of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Positioned in Kyambura Area, the Park View is mid-range or call it standard that is best placed to serve the middle income travelers on safari in Uganda.

The lodge has 13 double/twin cottages and 2 family […]

Uganda Safari Lodges – Kasenyi Safari Camp – Queen Elizabeth Park News

November 24th, 2017|

Among the few Luxury Accomodations in Queen Elizabeth Park Uganda is Kasenyi Safari Camp. The Lodge is nestled on the rim of Bunyampaka  Salt Lake, and is well known for providing accommodation for travelers on safaris in Uganda.

The Kasenyi Safari Camp is marked by a raised clean thatched dining structure presenting a good view of the […]

A Few activities not to miss out while in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

November 14th, 2017|

There is Launch Cruise in the park which is used by the boat at the Kazinga Channel and tourists enjoy it so much while on their safaris in Uganda. Here tourists see different water animals like the crocodiles, hippopotamus and others. This is so interesting because tourists like observing the animals hence attracting more tours in Uganda.

There […]

The Kyambura Gorge of Queen Elizabeth National Park

November 9th, 2017|

Deep inside Queen Elizabeth National Park is a diversely compacted pocket called the “Valley of The Apes” because of the choruses of hundreds of Chimpanzees that reside in this forested vale.

Chimpanzee Safaris are often compares to Uganda Gorilla Safaris as they all offer an amazing experience with the great apes of Uganda.

The Kyambura Gorge stretches […]

A SAFARI TO THE MAGNIFICENT QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK – UGANDA SAFARI NEWS

November 3rd, 2017|

Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in Western Uganda, covering districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, and Rukungiri. The park is estimated to be 417km about 7 hours by road from Kampala. Occupying an area of over 1,978 km2, it lies between the Lakes, Edward and George enclosing the Kazinga Channel which connects the two water […]

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