Mweya Hostel

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park

Trois autres jours de camping

A travel blog entry by globetrottinett


Je n'ai que quelques minutes pour vous raconter mes derniers jours.

BONNE FÊTE Doum! J'ai pris un Captain Morgan à ta santé lundi.

BONNE FÊTE Mireille! Suis contente que tu apprécies le petit présent.

BONNE FÊTE Christina! Je te fais signe à mon retour.

Nous avons quitté Fort Portal pour nous rendre au Queen …

QENP - Switzerland of Africa

A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei


... tree and joined their team. At this particular moment, I sat on top of the vehicle as I was taking pictures of the sunset. I had a magnificent view over everyone else who was crammed into their vehicles. Then the engine started, and I thought that was my time to get back in the vehicle, but Moses was quite happy for me to sit up there as he drove on - I don't think he forgot I was up there! ...

Kibale to QE National Park

A travel blog entry by dynsarey


... hour boat trip it was back to camp. Woken up around 10pm with loud 'douff, douff' music permeating the quiet night. It was from a camp across the road from us, in the bush. It was so muddy and wet outside, I didn't investigate even when, by 1am it was still blaring out, the bassiness of the beat reverberating through the ground it seemed. The last time I looked at my watch was 1:30am and I must have drifted off. Woken at 5am by the music again, appears they don't need much ...

Uganda and the Gorillas

A travel blog entry by teamjenkins


... see the Congolese mountains on the other side of the Western Rift Valley, an enormous depression in the surface of the Earth 40km across and widening by 2mm per year due to movement of the Earth’s tectonic plates. We saw a lot of antelope – the Ugandan Kob and Water Buck, Wart Hogs, Weaver birds building their nests, Cape Buffalo, Hippo, and lots of birds on the boat trip. Just before sunset we came across a group of Elephants with 3 babies right beside the track, it ...

Queen Elizabeth National Park

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen


... interested to come to the US to check out the skyscrapers, touch snow and be able to get into horse racing. It was quite an entertaining evening.

The following morning did another long game drive while trying to avoid the tsetse fly and found the tree climbing lions again only to find a male and female down of the ground. We were then off to Ruhija where he would drop me off so I could do my gorilla ...


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