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Game Drive Safaris In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Game drive safaris in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Game drive safaris in Queen Elizabeth National Park – Game drives in Uganda – Wildlife viewing safaris in Uganda -Game drives in the Ishasha sector. Game drive Safaris at Queen Elizabeth National Park area entail people driving across the area while observing various animal types. Queen Elizabeth National Park offers a number of well-kept game-viewing trails. This national park offers more than 200 km of well-kept game trails. The greatest time for game drives is early in the morning when you have a better chance of seeing elephants, buffaloes, lions, and a variety of antelopes and other species on your Queen Elizabeth National Park safari in Uganda.

The paths through Kasenyi, Plains, and the Ishasha Sector provide nearly certain sightings of buffalos, several types of antelope, and elephants, as well as warthogs and baboons, for a once-in-a-lifetime African safari experience. Taking an expert guide in the early morning or late at night is the most effective approach to track down a pride of lions, and perhaps even a leopard.

Kasenyi Plains

Enjoy your time with the resident herds of Uganda Kobs and the pride of lions that hunt on them in the wide grasslands of Kasenyi Plains, Queen Elizabeth National Park’s prime wildlife-watching location. The expert ranger guides of the National Park can typically identify lions, but predator sightings may be ensured by signing up for a trip with the Mweya-based Uganda Predator Project for lion tracking experience, which tracks the movement of radio-collared lions, leopards, and hyenas.

Ishasha sector

The southern section of Ishasha in Queen Elizabeth National Park provides a classic game-watching experience beneath the expansive Rift Valley sky. There will be buffaloes, hippos, elephants, topis, and other animals. Lion sightings are especially common in Ishasha, where the local pride spends their days napping in the branches of shaded fig trees.

The 2 hour launch safari on the Kazinga Channel lets tourists observe a variety of yawning hippos in the waters, waterbird species, buffaloes, elephants, Uganda-kobs, waterbucks, bushbucks, mongoose, swamp antelopes, spotted hyena, warthog, forest pigs, and many more.

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