Ishasha-Ntungwe River Camp
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Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park
... 20 days left. One of the girls on the tour was not feeling well at all when we arrived at Mbarara, with suspected Malaria she headed off to the hospital with her friend and Jackson the CEO in tow. The rest of us feeling relatively fresh, not in-need of urgent hospital attention, went for lunch in; what looked like a public park. We had spaghetti bolognese leftovers. Nothing to write home about. After lunch had ended the traditional ...
... in their natural habitat alongside the extraordinary environment and even a bit of a flash flood has been the experience of a life time.
Angie – My highlight was watching about 25 hippos in the bay during the sunset by our lodge. A little bit of fear as it was approaching feeding time and we were sitting on their supper (grass) but mostly just awe at God’s amazing creation. Also a bit of sadness thinking of the beautiful nature resources in eastern ...
Had a quiet night apart from lots of birds. We set off early to get back
to the road and ended up sliding into a ditch. It was at this point
we found out that the repair we had done to the air system in South
Africa was not done properly and as a result we had lost our diff
locks and so the wheels were spinning like mad. It ended up that Mike
had to try to flatten the high bits of the road. At this point we had
Today was one of the epic days on this tour!
In the morning after breakfast (a later start than I'd like for a game drive), we drove back into the Queen Elizabeth Park. We quickly ran into herds of antelopes, warthogs, and even saw a large herd of buffaloes. Lions were hiding in the tall grasses stalking a herd of antelopes. It was interesting to see the lions shifting positions and ...
We drove north through Queen Elizabeth park to the Kazinga Channel between Lake Edward and Lake George.
The channel is 38km long and rich in birds and wildlife.We would be staying in a lovely lodge perched high above the channel. On our way to the lodge there were some interesting sites and animals.
There seems to be no restrictions on ...