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QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Queen Elizabeth National Park along with Kyambura and Kigezi wildlife resource brings together the most diverse ecosystem in Africa with the most mammal species in Uganda. It is Uganda’s most popular and most accessible savanna reserve and river safari. Thousands of hippos populate these water shores. Open savannah dotted with acacia and euphobia trees provide habitat for, leopards, elephants, the famous tree-climbing lions, Uganda kobs, in addition to big herds of buffaloes. The park also harbours 10 primate species (including chimpanzees at Kyambura Gorge), crocodiles, 20 predators including the side-striped jackal and remarkable avifauna: 610 bird species including over 50 raptors.

The Pastor will be happy to drive you there for the small price of an admission ticket, river safari and petrol. It is less than three hours drive from the campsite and is a thoroughly enjoyable day trip. If you get up early enough you may even be able to track chimpanzees in the nearby Kyambura Gorge.

Queen Elizabeth National Park along with Kyambura and Kigezi wildlife resource brings together the most diverse ecosystem in Africa with the most mammal species in Uganda. It is Uganda’s most popular and most accessible savanna reserve and river safari. Thousands of hippos populate these water shores. Open savannah dotted with acacia and euphobia trees provide habitat for, leopards, elephants, the famous tree-climbing lions, Uganda kobs, in addition to big herds of buffaloes. The park also harbours 10 primate species (including chimpanzees at Kyambura Gorge), crocodiles, 20 predators including the side-striped jackal and remarkable avifauna: 610 bird species including over 50 raptors.

The Pastor will be happy to drive you there for the small price of an admission ticket, river safari and petrol. It is less than three hours drive from the campsite and is a thoroughly enjoyable day trip. If you get up early enough you may even be able to track chimpanzees in the nearby Kyambura Gorge).

 
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