Combining Bwindi Impenetrable National Park And Queen Elizabeth National Park : Uganda is known for its national parks that will lead you to a number of attractions from the mountain gorillas in the wild, the endangered chimpanzees, the big five animals in Uganda and many other rewarding attractions which has made both Bwindi impenetrable national park and Queen Elizabeth national park and in this article let us show you how you can combine the two national parks for a memorable Uganda safari.
travellers from kampala city will first have the first stop in Queen Elizabeth national park where you will participate in a number of different activities like;
chimpanzee trekking in the Kyambura gorge which will lead you to the habituated chimpanzee troops in Uganda which will give you the opportunity to watch the behavior of the primates in the wild as they go about the daily activities which is quite memorable to watch. The Kyambura gorge is the only place in the park where you will access the different primates in the wild like the Hamlyn’s monkey, Mona monkey, vervet monkey, silver monkey and many other monkey species as you make your way through the wild.
Still in the park you can participate in lion tracking which will give you an up-close look at the lions in the wild with the use of the radio collars that will help you access the given lion group which you will observe how the lions are able to establish their territories by urinating around the area from where they have settled to avoid other lion groups to invade their area. Still in the park while driving through the ishasha sector, you will get the opportunity to access the tree climbing lions which are some memorable attractions to watch in the wild
The most notable activity in Queen Elizabeth National Park is the game drives where you will have the opportunity to watch the species as they carry out their different activities in the wild. You can either participate the morning game drive in the park that will lead you to the herbivores in the wild like the elephants, gazelles, water bucks, bush bucks as they graze within the plains for a rewarding experience and also get to participate in the afternoon/ evening game drives which will help you watch a number of carnivores like the lions, leopards as they graze in the wild which is quite rewarding to watch for a memorable safari experience.
Still in queen Elizabeth national park, you can participate in the boat cruise along the Kazinga channel which will lead you to a number of different attractions from the water birds in the park, you will have the chance to enjoy the boat rides as you enjoy the sunset, you will watch the king fishers catching fish, a number of hippos taking dips in the water and many other different attractions in the wild.
You can participate in the Batwa tail experience which will give you the opportunity to understand more about the former forest people and how they have adjusted to after being evicted from the park, once you visit the park, you will get to enjoy their culture.
When you visit Bwindi impenetrable national park a home to the mountain gorillas the endangered mountain gorillas that can be seen when you participate in gorilla trekking in Bwindi impenetrable national park which will give you the chance to observe a number of different features of the primates like the fact that the gorilla family is headed by a dominant silverback who is the general overseer of the group and has all the mating rights with the females in the wild for an amazing safari.
Travellers interested in gorilla trekking in Uganda from Kigali will visit Bwindi impenetrable national park where they will participate in the gorilla safaris in Uganda and after the safari you will then make your way to participate in the activities in queen Elizabeth national park through the ishasha sector to lead you to a number of different attractions in the wild that can be seen when you participate in a number of different activities in the park for the most rewarding wildlife safari.
Both parks are the perfect spots for birding in Uganda because they will lead you to about 100 bird species during their birding expedition in the wild for a memorable wildlife experience. among the different bird species that can be seen include; Chapin’s flycatcher, Rwenzori Batis, strange weaver, red throated alethe blue turaco, Ross’s turaco, coqui Francolin, long tailed cisticola, bubbling cisticola, Miombo wren warbler, Chubb’s cisticola and many other the bird species.
Let us make your safari experience quite rewarding by drafting an itinerary that will highlight the best activities that you can take part in both national parks for a memorable safari experience.