Frequently Asked Questions About Queen Elizabeth National Park

Frequently Asked Questions About Queen Elizabeth National Park: Queen Elizabeth national park is among the notable national parka you can visit if you’re interested in the wildlife safaris in Uganda which will give you access to a number of different attractions which will give you access to a number of different attractions in the wild from the different animal and bird species to a number of rewarding views when you participate in the different activities in Queen Elizabeth national park. In this article we are going to give you a number of answers to the frequently asked question about Queen Elizabeth National park which will aid in helping you plan for your next safari in the park.

Is queen Elizabeth national park safe?

a number f travellers that make their way to a number of national parks in the country are interested in the safety of the country to ensure that you have the most rewarding safari experience without having to worry about being attacked. Queen Elizabeth has recorded a few incidents of insecurity but the country has risen up to become the most visited national park in Uganda. The park management has ensured that there are no other recorded incidents by improving on the security measures in the park some of which include; regular patrols in the park to ensure the safety of the park and the people that make their way to participate in the different activities in Queen Elizabeth National park. It should be noted that before you make your way to the park, you will be checked for any threats like fire arms in order to avoid any accidents while in the park.

Can we watch the big five animals?

Queen Elizabeth national park is famous for its mammal species which lead to the next question can travellers watch the big five animals in Uganda? Travellers visiting Queen Elizabeth national park can only have access to four of the big five animals in Uganda that is the lions, the buffaloes, leopards and the elephants can be seen when you participate in the game drives in ‘queen Elizabeth national park and for a traveller interested in watching the rhinos on the other hand, you can participate in rhino tracking in Ziwa rhino sanctuary, the only place where you can access the rhinos in Uganda. Other attractions can also be seen in the park like the tree climbing lions in the ishasha sector, you can participate in chimpanzee trekking in Queen Elizabeth national park which will lead you to the Kyambura gorge also known as the valley of apes which can lead you to a number of different attractions in the wild for an amazing safari. Still in the park you can also get the chance to watch a number of bird species like; African Darter, African Wattled Lapwing, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, Common Squacco Heron, Crowned Lap wing, Eastern Grey Plantain-eater, Great Egret and many other attractions.

Frequently Asked Questions About Queen Elizabeth National Park
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Why is it called Queen Elizabeth national park?

When the park was first founded in 1952, it was named Kazinga national park but two years after Queen Elizabeth II of England visit to the park it’s name was changed to Queen Elizabeth national park. The park is home to 95 different mammal species, 600 bird species, a number of water sources like Lake Katwe which is also among the main reasons why travellers visit the park to have an amazing Uganda safari experience. the crater lake is known for its substantial salt production and once you visit the lake you will get to watch how the salt is mined be careful of the smells though.

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