'Uganda's most visited national park – a royal gem'
Named after Queen Elizabeth II of England to commemorate her visit to it in 1954, Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most visited national park. It’s situated in western Uganda approximately 400 km by road south-west of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city. The park is a habitat to over 95 mammal species and 500 bird species. It’s diverse ecosystem includes; sprawling savannas, dense forests, fertile wetlands, and clear lakes. Also, the park has volcanic features including volcanic cones, deep craters and many crater lakes. Wildlife like; the African Bush elephant, African buffalo, hippos, Nile crocodiles, leopards, lions and chimpanzees make their abode in the park.
Found within the park and the surrounding regions is a wealth of attractions; the vast Maramagambo forest, Kyambura game reserve, the Katwe crater lakes regions, the wildlife concentrated Mweya peninsula, Kazinga channel, the famous Queen’s pavilion, the Kasenyi plains, lakes Edward and George. In spite of its innumerable attractions, the park’s most outstanding feature is its notorious tree-climbing lions found in the southern region called Ishasha.
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