Would you like to know the best place in Uganda where you can spend your Christmas holiday? When they decide to plan a safari in Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park provides the best grounds for visitors to enjoy the Christmas holiday safaris.
The park ranks as one of the best destinations that you can visit while on a Ugandan safari. Queen Elizabeth National Park is full of the most interesting and wonderful safari attractions, coupled with the enticing safari activities that will make your Christmas holiday the most successful and critical one.
There are a lot of scenic and spectacular views that you can enjoy while visiting the Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will enjoy the clear views of the Rwenzori mountains and the Queen Elizabeth National Park, which are of great interest and comfortable for most visitors.
The park forms the continuous part of the Kyambura gorge and then the Ishasha sectors, all of which provide a wonderful safari experience and the environment, including the terrain that the visitors cannot afford to miss.
Remember that Christmas is a feasting season, and your Christmas packages are very appealing to visitors. You decide to enjoy the Christmas holiday in Queen Elizabeth National Park, you will enjoy various leisure activities while staying at one of the comfortable accommodations.
The lodges and camps in Queen Elizabeth National Park are located almost everywhere in the park, thanks to the tourism investors and proprietors who have invested heavily in the tourism development in Queen Elizabeth National Park to make sure that all the visitors who come to the park area are catered for.
You can stay at Any Lodge, where you can stay in Queen Elizabeth National Park. You’ll wake up to the clear views and braver morning safari activities in the wild. We give visitors the opportunity to actively engage themselves in the selection of the accommodation facility, and thus the visitors will select the lodge or the hotel of their choice, but we will take the lead in advising them on the best accommodation facility where they can stay as they enjoy the Christmas holidays in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
From your lodge early in the morning, you will embark on the safari game drives in the Queen Elizabeth National Park, and this will happen after having your morning breakfast, which is prepared by the lodge. Your guide will take you to the wildness that is full of varied species of plants and animals that call Queen Elizabeth National Park their home. Queen Elizabeth national park is home to more than 97 species of mammals, and you will learn that you are seeing more than 60% of these mammals when visiting the park during the Christmas season or holidays.
Other than the mammals present in the park, it is also a haven for birds, with the park being the most protected area with the highest number of bird species. Some of them can be seen when exploring the park during the game drive or when you can independently arrange the birding safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
The Christmas adventure safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park will lead you to the northern part of the park in the Kasenyi plains. This gives the visitors the chance to have more experience of game viewing in Queen Elizabeth National Park. When you take the boat cruise safaris, you will see many of the animals, especially the elephants and the buffaloes, grazing along the shores of the channel, as well as the school of hippos at Kazinga channel.
When you are on the game drive safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park during chrismass holiday adventures, herds of buffalo, elephants, and several antelopes can easily be seen crossing the roads and the tracks within the park
The game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park will not be complete until you go to the Ishasha sector to have a glance at the tree-climbing lion. Ishasha is the sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park famous for its distinctive tree-climbing lions. The tree-climbing lions give the visitors the most experiential activity.
The game drives here will also lead you to see other animals that include the Queen Elizabeth National Park antelopes, the buffaloes, and elephants that can again be seen here, among others, and this makes the experience so unique to the tourists enjoying Christmas in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
The afternoon Christmas holidays in Queen Elizabeth National Park will be more explored with you joining the boat cruise at Kazinga channel. If you stay at Mweya Safari Lodge, the boat will arrive after dinner. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a lion pride. Along the Kazinga channel, you’ll see a variety of species, including the fish hawk, pink-breasted pelicans, venomous bee eaters, kingfishers, and cormorants, among others.
We book the Christmas holiday safaris to Queen Elizabeth National Park, and at times, there are bush Christmas parties in that area organized for the visitors or the adventurers to have a memorable Christmas vacation in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Contact us for more details of these safari experiences and the experiences in Queen Elizabeth National Park during the Christmas period.