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“Amazing game viewing experience” - Abacus African Vacations

Awesome Adventure in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Views: 361 Visited: Nov 2015 Reviewed: Jan 14, 2016

The park is known to have the highest concentration wildlife in Uganda. Tree-climbing lions can be seen draped in trees in the Ishasha sector, and the variety of birds is spectacular! Over 612 bird species have been recorded in the area among which include the Lappet-faced Vultures, the rare shoe bill stork, pick-backed pelicans, black bee-eater, palm-nut and the African skimmer.

The launch trip along the Kazinga Channel connecting Lakes George and Edward is a very interesting and memorable activity, with cruising meters from hundreds of hippos and also good sightings of elephants, antelope, buffalo and warthogs that feed on and around the shoreline.

The park is a home to a wide variety of primate species, the eastern section of the park the Kyambura Gorge is a good sight for primate watching. A nature walk in Maramagambo forest offers an opportunity to see different primate species like the black and white Colobus and other monkeys, bird species and flora and fauna that live in the forest.

Beautiful scenery & phenomenal views. Truly a hidden gem!

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