Looking for a place for your Uganda safari which strikes a balance between noteworthy geography and opportunities to view wildlife? If the presence of fellow tourists doesn't bother you, planning a safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park may prove to be a smart decision.
Featuring the remains of volcanic craters, some of which have formed lakes since becoming dormant, this reserve will pique the interest of geologists, while those who come for the safari will have plenty of encounters with a variety of mammals.
These include leopards, lions, elephants, chimpanzees, hippos, and buffalo. In addition to these animals, you'll also find the Nile crocodile and over 500 bird species – as such, those interested in the latter should keep their binoculars at hand throughout their visit, as they will be able to cross specimens off their list frequently.