Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Queen Elizabeth National Park

This is a wonderful national park, sometimes dubbed 'the Pearl of Africa’, it is little wonder that Queen Elizabeth National Park boasts one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any game reserve in the world.

At the summit of Mt Stanley

The entire trip ran like clockwork and everything exceeded our expectations.

Reggie and Greg

Featured itineraries

Gorillas of Bwindi (Small Group)

2019 DEPARTURES AVAILABLE | This guided small group tour visits Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park, famous for its tree-climbing lions, and Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, home of the endangered mountain gorilla. It serves as an ideal introduction to Uganda's wildlife, and can also be incorporated into a longer, tailor-made option – please contact us for suggestions.

Destination

  • Uganda

Experience

  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays
  • Group Travel

Prices from £2410 pp

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Accommodation

Ihamba Lakeside Safari Lodge

Located on the shores of Lake George, in the north of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Ihamba is a mid-scale safari lodge which benefits from its fabulous setting, overlooking both the savannah plains of Queen Elizabeth and the Rwenzori Mountains.

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Ishasha Wilderness Camp

Ishasha Wilderness Camp has a delightful position on the banks of the Ntungwe River, in the remote southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park. A classic East African tented lodge, it accommodates a limited number of guests in its ten tented rooms.

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Jacana Safari Lodge

Set on the edge of Nyamusingire, Uganda’s largest crater lake, Jacana is a cosy treehouse lodge that blends in beautifully with its natural surroundings.

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Mweya Safari Lodge

Mweya Safari Lodge is a comfortable safari hotel with one of the best locations in Queen Elizabeth National Park, on a high ridge overlooking Lake Edward and the Kazinga Channel.

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Northern and Southern Tanzania Safari

Ruaha was the highlight of Tanzania - I'm so glad I went. It might now be my favorite place in Africa.

Nandini