Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park

On top of having the biggest checklist of bird species at over 600 species, Queen Elizabeth National Park is also home to the Common Chimpanzee in the magical Kyambura Gorge.

The park’s diversity of habitats ranging from salt lakes, to fresh water, wetlands, forests and the grasslands provide home for many life forms.

Birds like Red-capped, Rufous-naped and Flappet Larks, African Crake, Greater Painted-snipe, Common Button-quail, Crowned Lapwing, Lesser flamingos and others are easy to see.

The boat cruise on Kazinga Channel, a 40km water stretch joining Lakes George and Edward is one of the highlights of your trip to the park.

The Channel is dotted with flocks of birds such as Pink-backed and Great White Pelicans, Long-tailed and Great Cormorants, Yellow-billed Storks, African Spoonbills as well as animals such as herds of elephants, Buffaloes quenching their thirst thus providing good photographic opportunities.

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