1. – Boat trips on Kazinga Channel.
  2. – Game drives through the national park. A trip to the Ishasha wilderness in the southern sector of the park is a must-see. (famous for its tree climbing Lions)
  3. – Chimpanzee-tracking in the Kyambura gorge
  4. – Nature walks in the dark Maramagambo forest. The forest is famous for hosting hundreds of birds and various monkey species like the Red tailed monkey and Blue Monkey.
  5. – Crater drives.  These scenic craters are pristine features of earlier volcanic activities. Visit the major crater lakes in Queen Elizabeth national park including Katwe Crater Lake where salt is excavated.

Lake Katwe

Explosion crater lakes in Uganda can be found around Queen Elizabeth national park. They are located in the northern part of the Mweya peninsula the main Crater Lake is ‘Lake Katwe’ the number one salt distributor in Uganda the lake is 3,265 feet depth not able to habituate any animals because of salty water however elephants, buffaloes, flamingos and baboons can be seen at the baboon cliff