Kasenyi Plains In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Kasenyi has a lot of animal species especially antelopes therefore, safari game drives are conducted in this section of Queen Elizabeth National park.

Kasenyi Plains In Queen Elizabeth National Park

Kasenyi plains in Queen Elizabeth National park are situated in the North-Eastern part of the park and offers many visitors extra ordinary safari trip experience.

 Fascinating with endless views of savannah inhabited by roaming antelopes including Uganda kob and other wildlife species, Kasenyi plains in Queen Elizabeth National Park borders the incredible  shores of Lake George  west of the lake adjoining the  popular Kazinga channel call in the “the haven of hippos”

Kasenyi has a lot of animal species especially antelopes therefore, safari game drives are conducted in this section of Queen Elizabeth National park. And lions and other cats are usually spotted in this part of the park because they are attracted by a large number of wildlife species in Kasenyi plains such as buffaloes, very many antelopes, and waterbucks among others.

The Kazinga channel stretches up from Lake George and then via the Kasenyi plains which means that you can still take a boat cruise on the Kazinga channel through the plains. As you come close to hippos, crocodiles, and some bird species as you enjoy the captivating views of elephants bathing in Kazinga channel waters arriving from Kasenyi plains.

Kasenyi plains in Queen Elizabeth National Park are strategically located near the spectacular Lake George offering stunning views of the lake to the visitors and lions in pride found themselves in this wildlife breeding zone.

Therefore visiting Kasenyi plains majorly on game drives will have more chances of citing the lions.  To the birders, plains boast a lot of bird species which include the gentle and the humble grey crowned crane, red-throat spur fowls, and yellow-throated long claw. To visitors interested in photography videography, Kasenyi plains offer you an excellent opportunity to capture lions preying on antelopes amidst other wildlife species found in this section.

The Kasenyi plains in Queen Elizabeth National Park has got the biggest number of wildlife species as compared to other parts of the park. You will be able to see elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, warthogs, hyenas among others being spotted in the area. The open savannahs not only provide predators a clear vision of their prey but also offers the preyed on antelopes a clear view of predators and also the visitors get a clear view of the action of these animals.

A game drive along the Kazinga channel plains brings to you that live that memorable experience of the Africa’s wildness and it is no doubt that most of the game drive safaris in Queen Elizabeth National park are done here in Kasenyi Plains. Several safari travel guides who have conducted game drives in Kasenyi have reported that this is a reliable place in Uganda where one can see lions.

You can book Africa adventure vacations for the best safari experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park Located in the western part of Uganda.

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