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.
Jinja is a town in southern Uganda, on the shore of Lake Victoria. The source of the Nile, at Coronation Park, is marked by a garden and a monument honoring British explorer John Hanning Speke. Owen Falls Dam and Bujagali Dam both span the Nile. Farther north on the river, Itanda Falls is known for its white-water rapids. East of Jinja, on Lake Victoria, Samuka Island is home to birdlife, including little egrets.