Queen Elizabeth National Park
This park boasts an astounding 5000 hippos, 2500 elephants and over 10,000 buffaloes flourishing in its grasslands and shorelines, this is the only safari park that guarantees sightings of some of Africa’s most elusive species. Hearing the echoes of elephants’ calls across Queen’s valleys filled with craters is an amazing experience.
Other common herbivores include warthogs, waterbuck, Uganda kob and topi, as well as the Sitatunga antelope.
One of the most popular species among the primates within this park is undoubtedly the chimpanzee and other ten species of primates that enjoy the park’s diverse habitats. Vervet and black-and-white colobus monkeys are always in the trees where they can be easily spotted, but the boldest of all are the baboons – car windows ought to be kept closed to avoid likely food thefts!