Queen Elizabeth National Park


Queen Elizabeth Park has a variety of wild and bird life, and is acknowledged to be a habitat for over 95 mammal species, as well as approximately 612 species of birds.

The various species in this park has made it a hit with visitors seeking to experience a wide variety of game. The Park is unique in that  it has five distinct biomes, namely: bushy grassland, Acacia woodland, lakeshore and swamp vegetation, as well as forest grassland.



DID YOU KNOW:  The park is famous for its many volcanic features?