Having great wilderness encounter at Queen Elizabeth national park – Uganda Safari News
Queen Elizabeth national park is one of the great protected national parks in Uganda which offer real wilderness experience tourists on Uganda safaris would wish to have while on their Uganda safaris and tours. Before even reaching the park, visitors on Uganda safari tours will be enticed with an interesting drive which leads them through equator where they can first have stopover for photography as well as interesting water experiments at the equator. After that perfect stop over, you will continue with the drive to Igongo Cultural Centre for Lunch and tour to the historically equipped Museum found in the Cultural Centre. After your nice lunch, you will get back to your vehicle and drive through clean Mbarara town located just 12 kilometers from Igongo proceeding to Queen Elizabeth national park.
Mweya peninsular which is uniquely situated in an area that separates the prominent two lakes of Lake George from Lake Edward by Kazinga channel is an interesting place in Queen where tourists on Uganda safaris and tours meet their expectations of wilderness experience. The places provides you unique opportunity to view different wildlife like jackals,leopards forest hogs Bush bucks, as well as buffaloes, elephants and lions, the beautiful Uganda Kob, bush pigs among others. After the memorable game drive, you will retire to your lodge for relaxation at the poolside and wait for lunch at your Lodge.
The most adventurous wilderness encounter is experienced by traveler on safaris to Uganda’s Queen by undertaking a fantastic launch cruise on the Kazinga channel, which affords lots of beautiful bird viewing, game viewing like buffaloes plus hippos and Elephants, crocodiles, among others. The adventurous launch cruise starts from Mweya and it takes 2-3 hours through the magnificent waters of Lake George to Lake Edward. After exploring the adventurous Kazinga channel, travelers their safaris to Uganda will come to appreciate that Uganda is the pearl of Africa and home of adventure.
Kyambura gorge of Queen Elizabeth offers opportunities for wonderful nature walk in an underground forest while searching for different primates such as the stunning Chimpanzees which are habituated in the area, the rare Baboons and monkeys among others. Here is where visitor spending their Uganda safaris to Queen can have that memorable time to get close-up to the human cousins living in the forest.
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