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Kyambura Gorge

The stunning Kyambura (or Chambura) Gorge also called the “Valley of Apes” is located in the far eastern corner of the well- known Queen Elizabeth National Park in south western Uganda. Approximately 1 km across – at its broadest point and about 100 meters deep, this gorge is actually drained by River Kayambura. The landscape is among the most impressive you will find in Uganda and it is swarmed a rich wildlife bio-diversity that comprises of primates, wild animals as well as birds. The Kyambura Gorge is a section of the stunning Queen Elizabeth National Park or the Mweya (as it is referred to locally) in the lower Western…

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Kasenyi Plains Uganda

Kasenyi is situated in Kasese District, within Rwenzururu sub-region in the Western part of Uganda. It is within Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is the most well visited national parks in Uganda. The location of these Kasenyi plains  is about  48 kilometers or 30 miles by road, just south-east of Kasese, which is the district head office, as well as the major town in this sub-region.  The Kasenyi plains are on the western shores of the adjacent stunning Lake George, just near to the area where the Kazinga Channel confluences with this lake. Kasenyi is found within the north-eastern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park. This area is also known as the Mweya or the…

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Ishasha

The Ishasha sector is notably recognized for its resident Tree climbing lions that are an exceptional attraction and one among the highlights on all safaris taken within Queen Elizabeth National park. In the southern section of this park, the Lions are now and again spotted hanging on braches of huge fig trees whereas the Uganda Kob (which are the major food to these lions) graze in the plains of the Ishasha sector. The Ishasha sector is located near the fur most south-western rim of Queen Elizabeth National Park which is not only the most well liked park but also the most traveled to national park within Uganda. The…

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Tree Climbing Lions Ishasha Uganda

The tree climbing lions of Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda Do Lions Climb Trees ? It is somewhat uncommon for lions to actually climb trees. There are no more than 2 populations in whole world of such lions that do actually climb trees as one of their day after day behavior. One of these populations is found within the Ishasha sector which is found in the south part of the well known Queen Elizabeth National Park within Uganda.   The other population is found in Lake Manyara National Park in the Southern part of Tanzania. a 3 day safari in Uganda can enable It is supposed that this type of lions climb trees as…

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