Queen Elizabeth national park is located in western Uganda within the rift valley flow covering a total area of 1978sq.km. The park occupies 7 districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rukungiri, Rubirizi, Mitooma and Kanungu. Queen is famous for the tree climbing lions in the southern Ishasha sector of the park. The park has a diverse eco system of 95 mammal species with the “big four”, 612 bird species, 35 reptiles, and 10 primate species and indeed it is a ‘medley of wonders’ because of the beautiful view of the highest snow capped Rwenzori mountains while at Mweya peninsula, a night in one of the safari lodges, a boat cruise along the Kazinga channel and the beautiful scenery. Queen borders Virunga national park in the DRC (west) and they completely encircle Lake Edward which is connected to Lake George by the Kazinga channel, Rwenzori Mountains National Park in the north, Kibale National Park in the north east, Kichwamba escarpments in the east. It can be accessed by road via Mubende - Fort portal road a distance of approximately 345km which may last about 5-6 hours.

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