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ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Queen Elizabeth National Park was designated as a biosphere reserve with
the furthest objective of harmonizing human activities with the conservation
and protection of wild life, wet lands and natural resources. There are
eleven fishing village enclaves within the protected area. The ethnic
groups virtually attached to this area are; Banyankole Bakiga, and Bakonjyo.
National Park QENP together with Kyambura and kigezi Wild life reserves
form one of the most diverse Eco systems in Africa. Here, the melting
glacier waters of the Rwenzori Mountains create a vast wetland system
comprising for two main lakes George and Edward being channeled by the
mighty Kazinga Channel to the remote Ishasha River in the south. This
park gathers an extensive diversity of habitats that range from savanna
and Wetlands to gallery and lowland forest. This remarkable diversity
is reflected in its bird list of over 550 species and that's why I may
not be wrong to name it the birders' Paradise, the largest of any protected
area in Africa. The lake shore lines congregate thousands of hippos as
the patent Savannah speckled with Acacia and Euphorbia trees which furnish
a dwelling for Elephants, Lions, Leopards, big herds of buffaloes, the
Uganda Kob, and many others.
Facts about Q.E.N.P
It covers approximately 2056sq-km2 Kyambura wild life reserve covering
about 154sq. km2 and Kigezi wild life reserve covering an area of 256sq.
km2. It receives an average maximum temperature of 28deg Celsius and 18
degrees Celsius. The park lies on an altitude range of 910 m at lake Edward
to 1845 m above sea level that is at the top of the escarpment of the
It is a habitat for a medium altitude moist semi-deciduous forest, riverine
bush land,, moist thicket, riparian forest, open grassland, seasonal and
permanent swamps, open woodland, lakes and rivers.
This place can be best timed from December - February and the tour can
be for at least 2-3 days.
It has recorded about 95mammal species and 606 bird species.
KEY BIRD SPECIES IN THE PARK INCLUDE:
Kingfisher, Grey-capped Warbler, African Mourning Dove, The beautiful
Black-headed Gonolek, Swamp Fly-catcher, Collard Pranticles, Gabon and
Slender-tailed Nightjars, Great and Long-tailed Cormorants, Pin-tailed
Whyda Martial Eagle, Black-rumped Buttonquail, Common Squaco Heron, Shoebill
Stork, African Fish Eagle, African Open-billed Stork, African Jacana,
Malachite and Pied Kingfishers, African Skimmer, White-tailed Lark, Verreaux's
Eagle-Owl, Black Bee-eater, White-winged Warbler, Papyrus Gonolek, Great
white and Pink-backed Pelicans,Papyrus Canary, White-winged Terns.
ACTIVITIES AND ATTRACTIONS
This is the act of driving through the park for the purpose of viewing
animals. It is best done in the early morning and late afternoon hours.
Q.E.N.P provides well-maintained tracks, which give visitors access to
the park's game. The tracks pass through the mating grounds of the great
Uganda Kob. The allegorical giant forest hog is seen moving around the
bush. See the hungry lions looking for prey. In hot days, Elephants make
their way down to the water while bush backs and buffaloes can be found
on the channel track and juxtaposed circumference. The out standing panorama
along the crater track brings you to a volcanic craters at the foothills
of the misty mountains of the moon, of course The mighty Mt. Rwenzori.
One who has experienced this game drive in Q.E.N.Pgame drive will be forced
to believe that it is awe-inspiring and remarkable.
Walks In Maramagambo Forest
Marvel waits! A diversity of long to short guided nature walks are offered
at the mighty Queen's park.. Observe the pythons in the ostracism of the
bat caves floor and their prey the bats. This bat's cave is near the picturesque
blue lake and hunter' cave. Other trails lead you to the hear t of the
surrounding craters and habitats to some primates like the Chimp and many
A Nature Walk To The Kyambura Wild Life Reserve
This is found in the eastern part of the protected area and supports similar
mammals to the rest of the park.
It ha three saline crater lakes, which attracts a large n umber of flamingoes-
not found anywhere else in Uganda. The steep Kyambura gorge, formed by
the turbulent waters of the roaring Kyambura River, provides a luxuriant
riverine forest, home to chimps. Black and white colobus monkeys, olive
baboons and other primates as well as plenty of forest birds. Lions snakes
and many others. Visit the gorge with a great opportunity to see chimps
in their natural habitat.
A boat trip along the hippo crowded banks of kazinga channel gives visitors
a unique unmatched wild life experience. Crocodile have become a common
sight and occasionally a common leopard may be seen. Many buffaloes rest
in the water while the big herds of elephants enjoy themselves drinking
and playing along the channel banks. See the Hippos and surrounded by
vast numbers of migrants and resident birds, the boat put one, right in
the hearts of nature.
The true pearl of southern part of the park! See the tree climbing lions
a on the large fig tree.
See the Topi, Uganda Kob and Buffaloes graze in the acacia studded savannah.
The Traditional Salt
See the way the salt ore looks like since the 14 century, salt has been
mined by traditional method s and it is still in use today. Check how
the salt mine have been sub divided and distributed to various tribes
in Uganda. Your guide will explain to you the cultural strings attached
to the salt mines, so interesting.
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