Activities (Top Things) To Do in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Activities in Queen Eliabeth National Park: The top activities in Queen Elizabeth national park include game drives, boat cruise on Kazinga , Lion tracking, Chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura gorge, Mongoose tracking  Mweya Peninsular Bird watching and cultural encounters.


Queen Elizabeth National park has an adventure for every traveler, that gets them near and upclose to what the park has to offer. For those who are wildlife enthusiasts and birders, you have  game drives and boat cruise on Kazinga channel. Little more adventurous? Try out chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura gorge as well as  Rhino tracking.

6 Best Things(Activities) To Do In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Game Drives in Queen Elizabeth national Park

Game drives in Queen Elizabeth National park are a unique way to view wild animals  including Cape buffalo, Uganda Kob, waterbuck, warthog, lion, leopard, hyena, giant forest hog , elephants and more than 600 bird species. Your driver guide  will drive through several tracks within the Park so that  you just get close enough to capture the action  of these wild game , from the safety of your safari vehicle.

Boat cruise on Kazinga Channel

A queen Elizabeth national Park boat cruise an authentic way to get upclose and personal with wildlife that converge at the channel banks to quench their thirst. You will also encounter schools of hippos that often grunt while in Water.  Don’t be surprised if you see herds of elephants bathing by the banks. These large elephants gather at the banks to drink, bath and eat the nearby grass. Yet, many travelers, also encounter Buffaloes.  Boat riding on Kazing channel is the best way to glimpse a number of Buffaloes in Kazinga Channel.

So what better way would you love sailing on Kazinga Channel! Visitors can opt for either a Mweya boat for a standard boat cruise safari, that caters for large groups , or take a smaller local boat to enjoy more intimate encounters. There are also more bird sighting experiences, lots of animal viewing

Chimpanzee tracking -Activities (Top Things) To Do in Queen

Why not try Chimpanzee tracking in Queen Elizabeth national pak? The famous chimpanzees call Kyambura gorge home. Kyambura Gorge in Northern Park of Queen Elizabeth National park  is also known as the “Valley Of APes”. The Chimpanzees here are habituated, and are ready to be tracked by humans. Making your way through the lush Savannah grasslands, the flowing rivers and creeks in the Gorge, offers great opportunities to encounter other creatures like Red tailed monkeys, Baboons, Black and White colobus monkeys, butterflies and various species of birds

Bird Watching in Queen Elizabeth National Park.

One of the best ways to watch birds in Queen Elizabeth national Park is on Game drives and boat cruise on Kazinga channel. Queen Elizabeth National park is one among the top best bird watching national Parks in Uganda, with more than 600 species. Among other birds which are common in the wetlands, grasslands and wetlands are: Yellow throated Cuckoo, the verreaux’s Eagle, Pink backed Pelican, Sedge Warbles, Papyrus canary, the eagle martial and the Flamingoes at the salt Lakes of Katwe and Bunyampaba.

Isasha’s Tree Climbing Lion- Activities (Top Things) To Do in Queen

Activities (Top Things) To Do in Queen Elizabeth National Park

If you are lucky enough to be on a journey to trek Mountain gorillas or return from Gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, watching the tree climbing Lions on Acacia or sycamore tree branches is awe-inspiring sight to behold.

For any reason whether it is seeking for shelter, a better spot to see its prey or getting a way from the annoying tsetse fly bites, you will still experience one among the most magical times in the Isasha sector of Queen Elizabeth national Park in Uganda.

Apart from the tree climbing Lions, Isasha sector  protects several animals including; Buffalo herds, Elephants, antelopes, which together forms an everlasting trip to remember.

Lion Tracking in Queen Elizabeth national Park

Lion Tracking is Queen Elizabeth National Park is only done either early morning,  or late in the evening for about 1-3 hours in the Kisenyi Plains. This magical mystery allows the adventurous to come up close and personal with the Lions so as to monitor and learn about their daily way of living. The trackers with the help of the researcher from Uganda Carnivore Project, are allowed to drive around the park to find the Lions that have radio collars around their Neck.

These are the top activities/things to do in Queen Elizabeth National Park.  You can opt for any or include all in your safari, depending on your safari