Queen Elizabeth National
in the western arm of the rift valley covers over 2500sq km.
It covers a remarkable variety of habitats ranging from Savanna
and wetlands to riverine and low land forests. The wonderfully
diverse eco-systems provide a semi-deciduous tropical forest
and green meadows.
Game viewing, nature guided walks, bird watching, launch
Kazinga Channel, scenery viewing .Queen Elizabeth is home
to the famous tree climbing lions as well as the Uganda
Kob.A Boat cruise along the Kazinga channel, game drives,
walks, and chimp tracking in chambura gorge. Over 500 bird
species, includes 11 types of king fisher, several falcons
eagles and other raptors and flamingoes.
There are 95 recorded mammal species including both savannah
and forest species; 10 primate species and 20 predator species
including elephant, warthogs, giant forest hog, topi, bushbuck,
aardvark, buffalo, lion, leopard, civet, hyena, Uganda kob,
bush babies, chimpanzee, baboon, colubus monkey, hippos, 500
bird species, flamingos, eagles, vultures, shoebill, kingfisher,