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How to travel from Lake Bunyonyi to Queen Elizabeth national park

Lake Bunyonyi is a place of comfort that is not worth missing on the Uganda dream holiday. It is a highlight on Both, site seeing and gorilla tracking tour in Uganda and Rwanda. The destination is a favorite of travelers who want to experience a mix of Uganda’s nature, scenery and indigenous culture in one […]

Three best ways to travel from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth national park.

Queen Elizabeth national park is located about 400km west of Kampala. The two optional routes to get you to queen Elizabeth national park are; Fort portal-Mubende road (390km) and Masaka-Mbarara road (398km) The road is mainly tarmac. The travel time ranges from 1-7 hours basing on the mode of transport used; from the list below, […]

Tourist activities in Queen Elizabeth national park

Activities inside the park; Kazinga channel boat cruise: You will be exposed to a long list of birds including migrant species in certain seasons. The ride is an opportunity to witness mammal and other game coolling off along the shores. This evergreen territory is dear to every kind of wildlife from the park. Game drives and […]

The elephant home, for your stay near queen Elizabeth national park

  If you’re looking to get accommodation for your next trip to Queen Elizabeth national park – western Uganda, look no further. The elephant home will give you a perfect memorable safari experience that you have been looking for. The Elephant home is a budget lodge located in the Savannah bushes within Kikorongo community. It […]

Timing for Queen Elizabeth national park, activities.

  Park entrance time: Queen Elizabeth national park gate opens for visitor entrance at 7:00am and closes at 7:00pm. Before or after this time bracket, there is no visitor entrance allowed. This is very important especially if you have booked your accommodation for the arrival night inside the park Boat cruise on Kazinga channel: The scheduled […]

How to travel to Queen Elizabeth national park, from Kampala.

Queen Elizabeth national park is located 392/ 399 km west of Kampala. It is the most accessible by public transport, of all national parks in Uganda. The park is crossed by many public roads that create easy access by any means of transport including motorcycle or even bicycle. From Kampala, the park can be accessed […]

How to get a good safari guide in Queen Elizabeth national park

Taking a wildlife safari without a good guide can lower the value of your safari experience? I take this opportunity to guide you on how to get the right guide for your safari in Queen Elizabeth national park.  Many people may claim to be safari guides and guests will be disappointed on safari when it […]