Enjojo Safari House is set privately in a clearing at the edge of an acacia forest. This house is the…
Set majestically in the shadow of the Ruwenzori, flanking Lake Edward and Lake George, the lush savannah of Queen Elizabeth National Park offers prime grazing to buffalo, elephant and various antelope. 600-plus bird species testifies to the extraordinary ecological diversity while other animals include the elusive giant forest hog! The northern Mweya sector is more densely vegetated than the southern Ishasha sector and offers diverse activities including game drives, boat safaris on the Kazinga Channel, chimpanzee trekking in the Kyambura gorge and exploring beautiful crater lakes. On the open Ishasha savannah plains you can spot – if you are lucky – leopards and the famous tree climbing lions.
Game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Boat safari on Kazinga Channel to Lake George
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