How to get there.
The location of the final destination is the number one aspect; the region, district, actual village, the distance and, the time taken to reach there from your respective place matters alot. Queen Elizabeth park is located in the western Uganda, districts of Kasese, Bundibugyo and Bushenyi. It takes 5-6 hours to Queen Elizabeth park via Mbarara which dusty when its a dry season and muddy in rainy seasons. OR via Ishasha sector, which is south of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park which takes 7 days. Your starts from the time you step at Entebbe International Airport.
Road transport is the best option because of an extra glimpse to other natural features that were missed on the list. You wondering how to be transported safely to your final destination in the foreign country?
The solution is 4X4 car rental Rwanda that was certified as one of the best car rental company. It has a great experience in tours to different East African countries and its possible to cross boarders with us for more remarkable fascinating tours. All bookings for any type of car you advised to be book before the day of travel to be sure of one.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular game reserve for anyone with a keen interest in safaris, beautiful nature and scenic view. The park established in 1954 was named after Queen Elizabeth II. Geographically, the park runs from the foothills of the Rwenzori crater in the north to the shores of Lake Edward to the remote Ishasha River in the south, Lake George and Kazinga Channel, combining a wide variety of habitats like savanna, wetlands and lowland forests among others. It consists of giant mammals, reptiles, and primates such as rhinos and chimpanzees.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is known for its wildlife like hippopotamuses, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees among the many. It is now home to over 95 species of mammal and over 600 species of birds.
The park is known for its volcanic features, comprising volcanic cones and deep craters, many with crater lakes such as Lake Katwe where salt is mined. The monuments on each side of the park marks the equator line. The lowest point of the park is lake Edward and Katwe explosion craters marks the highest point. Visitors have traditional and cultural Uganda experience (storytelling, dance and music ) during local community tours.