Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park along with Kyambura and Kigezi wildlife resource brings together the most diverse ecosystem in Africa. Thousands of hippos populate these water shores. Open Savannah dotted with acacia and phobia trees provide habitat for leopards, elephants, lions, Uganda kobs, in addition to big herds of buffaloes. The park also harbors primate species which include chimpanzees and monkeys. Water bucks, giant forest hog, topi, hyenas, and crocodiles are among the many animals distinguished frequently in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
There are several activities that are carried out in this national park which include;
Bird watching, Game drives, Kazinga channel boat cruise, chimpanzee trekking, Crater lake drive, Air Balloon safaris, salt mine visits and nature walks.