Moses and our visitors are today finishing a 4 days Uganda safari with gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable national park and wildlife in Queen Elizabeth national park. The first day of the 4 days safari in Uganda was spent transferring down to Bwindi passing by the Ugandan countryside and the second day had the highlight of mountain gorilla trekking. After the gorilla trekking our team made the drive down from the mountains, passed cultivated hills, villages and on to the savannah of Ishasha, the southern part of Queen Elizabeth national park. They spent this second night of the 4 days Uganda safari at Topi Lodge just at the edge of Queen Elizabeth national park and could wake up to a beautiful sunrise and early morning game-drive in Ishasha.
Ishasha is as mentioned above the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth national park and known for tree-climbing lions, which is a rare behavior for these big cats. The target for a game-drive in Ishasha is usually to search for the tree-climbing lions but this area offers other nice sights too. For our visitors the scenic nature impressions started already at the lodge with seeing the sunrise from the terrace of the restaurant at Topi Lodge. Continuing on to the park they had the luck to see a hyena as well as a family of crested cranes walking past on a row. The beautiful crested crane is the national bird of Uganda and can be seen on the flag of Uganda. A morning like this one in Ishasha is a warm memory to carry with you for a long time. For our visitors the day then continued with the journey to the main part of Queen Elizabeth national park along the adventurous road leading through the park with chance to see monkeys, elephants and more along the road. In the afternoon they took a boat-cruise on Kazinga channel to see hippos, crocodiles and buffaloes by the banks before spending the last night of the safari at Pumba Safari Cottages.
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