Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth, Uganda

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A little town called Katwe, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

A little town called Katwe

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... quite an audience. It didn't last long though and we were on the road again quickly. Eventually we made it to Queen Elizabeth 2 National Park in western Uganda. It was much more dry and hot and arid than I was expecting. Not much greenery, just sun-baked ...

Ron, Hippo Hunter, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Ron, Hippo Hunter

A travel blog entry by irax

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... came along and we had a superb time with them. Thankfully things improved and we had no further problems as we drove down to Queen Elizabeth's National Park, it just meant that we arrived a little later than we should have. We did catch sight of a few ...

Leopard Experience in Queen Elizabeth NP, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Leopard Experience in Queen Elizabeth NP

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... 8217;s and the ‘D’ had broken off. We had our packed lunch at the Queen’s pavilion originally visited by Queen Elizabeth back in 1954 and at the gateway to the Queen Elizabeth National Park. Today it is an information centre with picnic ...

Queen Elizabeth National Park and Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park and Kazinga Channel

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... war lots of the animals were killed and eaten by the soldiers, but incredibly many of the species have now recovered. Within Queen Elizabeth NP boundaries are Lake Edward and Lake George that are connected by a natural channel; the Kazinga Channel. That ...

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park

A travel blog entry by izzie

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stunning views to the lakes..... and  elephants!, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

stunning views to the lakes..... and elephants!

A travel blog entry by hilde

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... River Camp in the south. We limited ourselves to the northern part. Animals found in the Queen Elizabeth National Park include hippos, lions, elephants, buffalo, Uganda kob, waterbuck, bushbuck, topi, warthog, hyenas, mongoose, red-tailed monkey, black ...

Uganda Unveiled !, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Uganda Unveiled !

A travel blog entry by undies

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... and drove! This was always going to be one of the longest days in East Africa for us. We were heading to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Uganda is so green, it really caught us by surprise. There are hills everywhere, and the people seem to harvest crops ...

Vacation weekend, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Vacation weekend

A travel blog entry by mrm

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This weekend Bob, Patti (his wife), and I took a trip down to Queen Elizabeth National Park for a break while Mark is in Kampala for some meetings. It's so beautiful down here. We saw lions, elephants, buffalo, hippos, kob, warthogs, mongeese, all sorts ...

Aftersun required please..., Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Aftersun required please...

A travel blog entry by jamesinafrica

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Packed up camp in Kibale and headed off to 'Hippo Camp' in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Another breathaking place and as the name suggests, hippos were pretty common here. Very very basic facilities here which were in all honesty, pretty grim; no hot ...

Hungry Hippos, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Hungry Hippos

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... ; From here we saw a herd of Elephants and a bright blue gecko, with sights of the city long behind us we were heading for Queen Elizabeth National Park for an afternoon game drive and boat trip.  Lunch was a quick crisp and ham butt-butt at the gate ...

Another Adventure - Go West Young Family - Part 2, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Another Adventure - Go West Young Family - Part 2

A travel blog entry by simpsontravels

... . It was also interesting how readily everyone wanted us to take plenty of pictures. We finally left and headed south to Queen Elizabeth National Park. The drive was a lovely one, with the Rwenzori mountain range to our right. One interesting occurrence ...

on the road to Queen Elizabeth Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

on the road to Queen Elizabeth Park

A travel blog entry by hilde

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... van de bananen! Bananen, bananen en nog eens bananen! Met bananen volgeladen trucks, met bananen volgestouwde fietsen,…. Queen Elizabeth National Park heeft één van de meest gevarieerde ecosystemen in Afrika en behoort daarom tot één van de ...

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Queen Elizabeth National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Queen Elizabeth National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen

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I keep telling myself that I am done doing National Parks and safaris. The only reason that I was near Queen Elizabeth National Park was to do chimpanzee tracking, which I had booked in Kampala several days prior.  However, when I arrived in ...

Tree Climbing Lions of Ishasha, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Tree Climbing Lions of Ishasha

A travel blog entry by jowhiting

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... . The mosquito net was on wooden poles around the bed and kept toppling over. It is located in a really good position midway between Queen Elizabeth and Bwindi. It is also a great place to stay if you want to find the famous tree climbing lions of ...

Hippo heaven, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Hippo heaven

A travel blog entry by bradmccartney

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... thin mountain air made us sit back down again just as quick. The following day we made it to one of Ugandas treasures, Queen Elizabeth National Park. Home to over 5000 Hippo. Our campsite was near a hippo infested lake and after the tents were erected ...

An African Tale, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

An African Tale

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... have felt a lot better than I did. The truck left site at 06:30 and headed off for an early morning game drive in Queen Elizabeth Park, after seeing the arid dry landscape and lack of herbivores our hopes of the elusive leopard were not as high as they ...

Queen Elisabeth National Park - Elephants, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elisabeth National Park - Elephants

A travel blog entry by ccinafrica

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After our incredible experience with the Gorillas we headed further north to get to Queen Elisabeth National Park. This park has tree climbing lions and "normal" lions. We did unfortunately not see any of them as there are only around 200 hundred in the ...

Not Just Another Safari, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Not Just Another Safari

A travel blog entry by saundersfamily

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... elephants, which we saw up close for the first time.    This national park located in western Uganda was established in 1954 and named after Queen Elizabeth II. In the late 1970’s the Uganda-Tanzania war was a cause of many of the ...

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Queen Elizabeth National Park

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Happy Hippos, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Happy Hippos

A travel blog entry by cookieluc

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... hand! I was very pleased that I had packed our tent up the night before! Today we drove to The Queen Elizabeth national park in the south west of Uganda. We crossed the equator on route and  stopped for the obligatory photo of the sign, and the ...

Spotting hippo's and baboons, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Spotting hippo's and baboons

A travel blog entry by travelwithjorg

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Na een korte nacht (2 uur en een beetje) alweer de tent afbreken, ontbijten en hop weer de truck in op weg naar Queen Elisabeth National Park waar we 'wildlife'gaan spotten. Omdat het op het heetst van de dag was en er veel begroeing was hebben we weinig ...

The Queen's Park Uganda Style, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

The Queen's Park Uganda Style

A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife

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... and the more friendly and smiling the country no matter how poor or wealthy the people may be the better. Queen Elizabeth the second largest in Uganda with over 1,978 sq-miles is a bird viewing paradise with over 610 bird species along with hippos, ...

Hippos and warthogs, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Hippos and warthogs

A travel blog entry by flowergyaru

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After a brief stopover in Kampala (a lovely city by the way!) we headed to our first national park, Queen Elizabeth National Park in the west of the country. In Kampala there was once again political unrest as the leader of the opposition was arrested ...

On Safari, Kampala/Queen Elizabeth Park, Uganda travel blog

On Safari

A travel blog entry by sarahx

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... ) so we stood in the rain. I read my book. Had my umbrella though, which was lucky. It was a long 7 hour drive to Queen Elizabeth, driving through maize fields, with people cutting down bits at the roadside with scythes. Yet again it reminded me of Fiji. ...

Kibale to QE National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Kibale to QE National Park

A travel blog entry by dynsarey

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Up early and hit the road at 7:30am. A stop at a rural market was a highlight. Goats for sale, goats slaughtered and fresh meat for sale, every vegetable you can think of (and not) for sale. The biggest eggplant and avocados I have ever seen. All ...

All Hail the Queen!, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

All Hail the Queen!

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92

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... ready to go when my guide from Volcanoes Safaris arrived at Cassia Lodge just after 9:00 a.m. to begin our journey to Queen Elizabeth Park in Western Uganda. The trip was going to take about 6 hours, and I was really looking forward to the drive since it ...

Rainy Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda travel blog

Rainy Uganda

A travel blog entry by brookeandchris

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... sleeping bags like some other people so we just have to spray everything carefully tonight. This morning we got up to head into Queen Elizabeth National Park. Our guide had warned us that it is tough to see animals but I was still hopeful. Unfortunately, ...

Kings and Queens, Queen Elizabeth II National Park, Uganda travel blog

Kings and Queens

A travel blog entry by kerry_andrew

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... and wave at all the children walking to school. We stopped in Fort Portal to do some grocery shopping, before heading on to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Progress on the bumpy potholed Ugandan roads was very slow, not helped by the large number of speed ...

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