Queen Elizabeth although has 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!”, and you look up!
Easily a 2 day trip as this National Park is very close to Kampala, the Capital city. Lake Mburo National Park, although the smallest Savannah National park in Uganda, still has wildlife to offer such as leopards, the water buck, warthog, monkeys , baboons, 14 lakes, and 315 different species of birds. Recommended for bird lovers and any one looking to experience the Western culture, Igongo cultural center is a stone-throw away where one can watch cultural dances and shows and indulge in the local cuisine.
Murchison Falls National park is not only Uganda’s largest National Park but is also the oldest. Formally known as Kabalega Falls is located on the great River Nile between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert. When you visit the national park; there is a lot more to expect which cannot be exhausted in a single day. This is because it harbors animals and lodges If you love adventure, camping at Murchison falls national park would be a good deal. The park has luxury lodges for accommodation, game drive, boat ride to the falls, hiking the falls, visiting the oil areas, Packwach fishing village, Karuma falls.