Queen Elizabeth National Park offers an East African game park with crater-dotted hills and open grassland supporting an abundance of wildlife, including elephant, lion, leopard and the unique Ugandan antelope, the kob. The Kazinga Channel is said to contain the world's largest concentration of hippos and numerous Nile crocodiles – all easily viewed from a boat cruise.

The park is home to more than a quarter of Africa’s total birdlife. With more than 560 species of birds within its borders, the park is a bird watcher’s paradise! A Queen Elizabeth Safari offers the opportunity to see game in unusual landscapes and the park is one of East Africa’s best kept secrets. The animals here aren’t being hounded by dime-a-dozen minibuses.