With a pair of binoculars, this self-guided walk opened us to great sceneries and vistas of Queen Elizabeth national park. The walk is located in a fifteen acres plot on the hills overlooking the Park and Kikorongo community. The meandering trail is in a jungle with thickets and open spots that allow one to take the views of Lake George, Kikorongo and the savannas of Uganda’s most popular national park. Most likely, you will see game grazing in the park. During the walk, we were able to spot Elephants, antelopes, warthogs, Cobs, water bucks in and around the extensive Kasenyi plains and fishing boats/ activities on the lakes.
The walk is rich with plants, birds, varied insects and butterflies. On lucky day, other wildlife you can find here include the monitor lizards and snakes. In the evenings, other wildlife cross from the park to visit this forest. This is witnessed by the wildlife spoors such as elephant trails and dunk from the cats, buffalo and antelopes etc. the trail has resting places fixed with jungle benches that allow you to take the views reluctantly. It is an unforgettable experience and ideal for people who want to do something off the beaten track during their visit to Queen Elizabeth
This walk is private and offered free to all resident guests of the elephant home. Please place your booking to reserve either our self-contained twin rooms, cabins or camping grounds and this experience will be all yours. The elephant home email is firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on +256706581477. You can also call the Kampala reservations office on +25641501866