User Reviews – Queen Elizabeth NP
Email Barbara Osmundson | 50-65 years of age | Experience level: first safari
Would recommend this park due to diversity of wildlife.
Email Kevin R | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
The park was great but the trips to ishasha to see the tree climbing lions were the highlights
Email Karin | 50-65 years of age | Experience level: over 5 safaris
Very dry, quite flat not so exciting National Park. Unfortunately very limited wildlife sightings.
Email Kyle | 20-35 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
Had a major highway running along the park. Not a large variety of wildlife in our area. Was underwhelming again.
It was all day rain, i saw very few, the road is terrible. It is my experience because of the rain.
Email Phil Turner | 50-65 years of age | Experience level: first safari
We had a fantastic time in the park, they've really kept it so natural.
Our safari guide, Moses Mugabirwa, single-handedly made all our dreams come true.
Fortunately, we ventured past our safari lodge and ended up in the village. There we met Moses Mugabirwa who ran his own tour company. This pleasant, and honorable man speaks perfect English and knew the park as though he lived there. In addition, his knowledge of all the animals and birds was enlightening. We spent several hours with him, broke for lunch, returned and finished around dark. Without doubt, he made all our dreams come true.
Moses Mugabirwa lives in Katanguru, Uganda 0 700 365 329
Email Timmerman Trudy | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
It is a very beautiful park but if you have done safari's in Kenya or Tanzania you might be a little bit disappointed not to see hirds of zebra's or giraffes because they are simple not there. On the other hand, the Kazinga Channel was just wonderful and the scenery is wonderful.
Email Elvira | 35-50 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
Beautiful. Lots of wildlife.
Email Jasmine Oh | 50-65 years of age | Experience level: 2-5 safaris
Only saw 1 lion lying down in the afternoon sun and no sight of the leopard.