Lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park : Queen Elizabeth national park is among the most fulfilling national parks in Uganda that you can visit to make your safari experience quite memorable. The park is famous for housing over 69 mammal species more than 350 bird species that can be seen when you participate in the different activities in Queen Elizabeth National park which has attracted a number of travellers to make them to the park premises to enjoy time in the wild. Among the most sought after attractions in Queen Elizabeth national park are the lions and in this article we are going to help you understand more about the lions in Queen Elizabeth national park and in this article we are going to help you understand the different activities you can take part in to watch the Lions.
The game drives
The game drives in queen Elizabeth national park are the most famous activities in the park that will also give you the chance to watch the lions in the wild. They can either be seen during the day game drives which will also give you the opportunity to watch a number of herbivores in the wild like the elephants, gazelles, buffaloes and many other features as they graze within the savannah plains. During the nocturnal game The nocturnal game drives will give you access to a number of carnivores in the wild which will give you access to the leopards and the lions which are easily seen during the nocturnal game drives as they catch their preys in the wild.
Lion tracking in queen Elizabeth national park will give you access to the lions in Queen Elizabeth national park. Interesting about the activity is the fact that you will have more chances to watch more of the species in the wild. By participating in the activity you will get to track the species using radio collars which will lead you to a given lion pride which you will get to observe for a memorable Uganda safari experience. when you get to the pride you will observe a number of rewarding features of the lions in the wild among which include the fact that the lions urinate around a given area which marks their territory and this will avoid other lion prides to evade it. You will also get to watch the difference between the males and the females for instance the fact that the males have a mane and the females do not. You will also get to watch the females catching their prey this is because the females are the ones that do the hunting in the wild.
Tree climbing lions
For travellers interested in watching the tree climbing lions that can be seen in the Ishasha sector of the park that will give you exceptional views of the species in the wild that can be seen when you participate in the game drives in the ishasha sector where you will have exceptional views of the species in the wild as they carry out their different activities. There are a number of reasons why lions climb trees and some these include the fact that during the rainy season a number of insects can be seen in the stagnant water and these usually bite the species hence leading them to climb the mountains, also the lions climb the trees in order to keep an eye on their prey and once the prey is in close range the lions can be seen going down to catch the prey which is quite fascinating to watch.