The Queen Elizabeth National Park which spans the equator boasts of an impressive display of Crater Lake scenery, papyrus swamps, tropical forests, and expansive grasslands. The park accommodates a total set of 95 mammal species and animals normally found in the park are herds of elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards. In addition to that, diverse array of bird species of upwards of distinct 610 species can be found in Queens, making it a true birding paradise. In any single given day, you have the potential of spotting anywhere close to 296 species, which is considered the highest in anywhere in Africa.
The boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, which links Lakes George and Edward, is one of the most productive birding excursions on the planet. Depending on time of arrival, some late afternoon birding might produce; African Morning Dove, Grey-Headed Kingfisher, Black-headed Gonolek, Slender-billed, Yellow-Backed and Lesser-Masked Weavers, Pin-Tailed Whydah and Black-Winged Pratincole. We will spend 3 nights in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
The park is responsible for supporting an impressive range of habitats ranging from forest, grassland, bushy grassland, woodland, and lakeshore. Furthermore, there are at least 57 microhabitats which gets reflected in the bird and mammal diversity of the park.