Queen Elizabeth National Park
With over 95 large mammal and 600 avian species, Queen Elizabeth National Park is now the most bio-diverse place in Uganda. Its varied habitats include grassland, woodland, moist tropical forest and wetlands, both freshwater rivers and lakes and saline lakes. Of this almost 40,000 hectares is covered by medium-altitude semi-deciduous forest.
QENP has plenty of big game with approximately 5,000 hippo, 2,500 elephants and 10,000 buffalo. Big Cats also live here and the Ishasha sector is home to tree-climbing lions. You’ll find chimpanzees in Kyamburga Gorge and and extraordinary diversity in bird life.