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Queen Elizabeth National Park Hotels Camps Lodges Accommodation: African Spice Safaris offers Queen Elizabeth National Park hotel bookings and reservations. These include self-catering accommodations, lodgings to luxury lodges and hotels.

We also make reservations for Queen Elizabeth National Park budget camping, tented camps, guest houses, bed and breakfast, private home stays, resorts, restaurants to house rentals and all inclusive Apartments.

Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda is located in western Uganda, spanning the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Bushenyi and Rukungiri. Its location is approximately 376 kilometers (234 miles), by road, southwest of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city.

The town of Kasese lies just outside the northeastern edge of Queen Elizabeth National Park, while the town of Bushenyi, is situated just outside the park’s southeastern boundaries.

Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda is a notable Uganda safari destination for wildlife tours, chimpanzee tracking adventures, birding safaris etc.

The 1978 square Kilometres Queen Elizabeth National Park enjoys a stunning location on the rift valley floor between Lakes Edward and George where a mosaic of habitats supports 95 mammal species and a remarkable 612 species of birds.

Forty years ago, Douglas Willocks described the diverse features that led to its creation in 1952. There still exists no better introduction or a more enticing invitation to visit the park.

‘Scenically the area had everything. Thirty miles to the north, the blue Rwenzori exploded from the plain, a composite, jagged mass of mountains, sixty miles long and forty wide and looking in certain lights as if you could reach out and touch them.

Across Lake Edward to the west, the Mitumbe hills stood sentinel on the Congo, blue too in the long sight but in the closer green, wooded, precipitous, unfriendly and epitomizing darkest Africa. The eastern boundary of this possible park was marked by the calm green escarpment of the western Rift Valley.

And between all the hills, mountains and lakes was endless savanna, its constantly repeated motif the branched cactus arms of the candelabra euphorbia tree.’

Queen Elizabeth National Park hosts a number of the most beautiful hotels and resorts known to the world. For those seeking fine hotels and resorts, Queen Elizabeth National Park offers some of the best five-star accommodation in Uganda.

Among the best hotels includes: Enjojo Lodge, Ihamba Lakeside Safari Lodge, Ishasha Wilderness Camp, Jacana safari lodge, Kingfisher Lodge, Kitandara Hippo Hill Camp, Kyambura Gorge Lodge, Marafiki Safari Lodge among others.

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