Blog

How to get to queen Elizabeth national park

Queen Elizbeth national park is probably the most accessible wildlife area in Uganda. Whether you want to travel by air or by road, it is easier to get to queen Elizabeth national park than to get to any other park in Uganda. Seating on the equator, this park is located in the extreme western part

Read More

Why Kazinga channel boat cruise must be on your safari list

For those who have been longing to get close to wildlife in Uganda, Kazinga channel boat cruise turns up to be the best safari choice for you. Kazinga channel is a natural waterway in queen Elizabeth national park. It joins two lakes; George and Edward, flowing westwards from Uganda towards Congo. Being a fulltime water

Read More

Lodges, hotels and accommodations in Queen Elizabeth national park

A total of 28 accommodation facilities/ lodges in and around queen Elizabeth national park are listed here bellow. we made a mix of hotels lodges and campsites. It is also a good selection including all price ranges from luxury, mid-range, budget and shoestring price levels. To make it easy to choose the hotel of your

Read More

Kazinga channel boat cruise, the best wildlife encounter, ever.

  Kazinga channel boat cruise is the only sure way to find all wildlife in one place. This can be organized during the queen Elizabeth safari. The channel is approximately 40km, water way that dissects the national park in two major sectors. The channel is the wildlife meeting point to cool off throughout the day.

Read More

Rwenzori trekking options that are cheap and flexible

  Rwenzori mountains national park, has started  offering cheap and flexible trekking options alongside the 8-10 days traditional treks. Mahoma trail loop is the most popular of this short treks that can be done in three days two nights. This and many other treks have enabled mountain lovers with less budget or time to be

Read More

Contact Form
Fields marked with a * are required.

Design by Gagawala Graphics