Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most popular game parks in Uganda and in east Africa. Â It is located in the western part of Uganda about 376km from Kampala.Â Queen Elizabeth national park is known for its variety of wildlife, most of which was killed in the Uganda-Tanzania war.Â The park is a true nature hub with a number of natural attractions making it a suitable option for Uganda safaris.Â It has volcanic features which include volcanic cones, and deep craters, it also includes the Maramagambo Forest, not to mention the various species of wildlife that reside within its borders.
Spanning 370 kilometers square and within close proximity of the capital city of Kampala is Lake Mburo National Park. A perfect scenery for photographers and bird enthusiasts, Lake Mburo is home to a variety of leopards, hippos, zebras, hyenas, impalas and others animals, and to 350 species of birds. But the adventurous park doesn’t only showcase animals. Underneath the park’s surface are ancient Precambrian metamorphic rocks that are over 500 million years old, making for a geologist’s dream tour. Together with 13 other nearby lakes, Lake Mburo forms part of a 50 kilometer wetland system and has much woodland.