Named after the Queen of England herself, this is indeed a world’s Biosphere Reserve as classified by UNESCO. Harbouring more than 95 species of mammals. Elephants, Buffalo and Antelopes (including the endemic Ugandan cobe or the discreet Sitatunga), hyenas, lions, leopards, chimpanzees (in the Kyambura Gorge), colobus, baboons. Queen Elizabeth National park sits on nearly 2000km2 located between Lake Edward and Rwenzori foothills at the bottom of the Rift valley. It’s endowed with savannahs covered with acacias and candelabra euphorbias forest areas rivers volcanic craters, lakes and plains, thus unfolding a superb range of the natural riches of East Africa. If you are nature driven, this is the place for you.