Queen Elizabeth Park was established in early 1952 as Kazinga National Park and was renamed in 1954 to commemorate Her Majesty the Queen’s visit to Uganda. It is one of Uganda’s most popular parks, with approximately 95 mammal species, including 10 primate species, chimps, and 600 bird species, making it one of the best wildlife safari destinations in Uganda. The Kazinga channel, Kasenyi plains, Kyambura gorge, and Ishasha plains are key park destinations with excellent views of wildlife, landscapes, and savana.
Boat cruises down the Kazinga channel, game drives, primate tracking in the Kyambura gorge, cultural encounters, nature walks, bird watching, and cave visits are among the activities available.
The Distance from kampala- kasese through Mubende will take about 7 hours to travel to Queen elizabeth National Park. Distance from Kampala-Kasese through Fort portal is approximately 2 hours drive to the national park and approximately 4 hours drive from Bwindi Forest