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Sport fishing Queen Elizabeth.
Spot fishing exposure is in queen Elizabeth national park, One might wonder how spotty fishing can be conducted in the middle of a game park, we assure you that this is the most favorable and memorable non dangerous activity you would love to explore. Although Nile perch and tilapia are the most popular known types in all Uganda’s water bodies, they are also muddy and lung fish which have been trapped for many years. All fish is very easy to catch, fried easily for lunch, dinner and fun to catch one by one sometimes two or three at a time.
This experience will bring you an opportunity to exploit, discover and to enjoy this memorable, experience. Though our goal to usher in this new experiencial, adventurous community tourism we are also looking at lengthening and to make your safari the best ever memorable other activities in queen Elizabeth park are, game drive, boat cruize,bird watching and community tourism.
Spot fishing can be arranged and those who are interested are advised to bring their fishing equipments or they can hire them Or Reserve at Our Offices. Common species include Tilapia, mudfish, lung fish; Haplochromes among others can be caught.
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Kalinzu Forest Reserve
This reserve is known for its 414 species of trees and shrubs. It is is also famous for its six different primate species that include chimpanzee, black & white colobus monkeys, blue monkeys, L’hoest guenon, vervet monkeys & baboons. The reserve also harbors 378 species of birds like sun birds, black & white casket, cuckoos & the Great Blue Turaco along with 97 moths, 262 butterflies ,flowers and reptiles
Along Kazinga Channel
This channel is among the most important features in Queen Elizabeth National Park (which is the most well-liked game reserve in Uganda covering an entire land area of 1,978 sq km). The channel has the wonderful view of the most important wildlife ventures within Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular tourist destination. The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include sprawling savanna, shady, humid forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands, make it the ideal habitat for classic big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees & over 600 species of birds.