Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park is a unique place in more than one way. It is located on the border of the Congo and incorporates Lake George which is connected via the Kazinga Channel with the massive 2300km² Lake Edward.
Being on the border with war torn Congo, Queen Elizabeth National Park has served as a haven for wildlife fleeing persecution as a result of war. Elephant numbers have increased dramatically as well as other mammals. Another unique point is the proximity in which local indigenous people live in near harmony with the wildlife. So, with all of this and the 95 mammal and 612 bird species, Queen Elizabeth National Park is an amazing place to visit.
 – Queen Elizabeth NP, Uganda – July 2012

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