Uganda Travel Month (Trip 3): Exploring Queen Elizabeth National Park
October 2018 was getting a little more intense and yet again exciting; The third trip of the Uganda Travel Month 2018 was destined for the greater southwestern Uganda to conquer Queen Elizabeth National Park for three days and two nights.
Queen Elizabeth National Park destination was promising an optical marvel of leopards roaming the Mweya Peninsula, a breathtaking view of Lake Edward, a huge volcanic explosion crater at Laka Katwe, floating Nile crocodiles and hippos on the Kazinga channel, Chimpanzees that inhabit the Kyambura Gorge, trails lead to bat caves in the central Maramagambo Forest and the Ishasha area which is home to tree-climbing lions and shoebill storks.
Indeed there was more than what met the eye at the Queen Elizabeth National Park for the folks that were aboard the fun-filled buses that headed west with a fuse of stopovers to have a taste of the Ugandan beauty as they travelled to their destination.
The photos we captured tell it all, the wild fun, the amazing scenery, the excitement on the trip