Entering Uganda from Kenya.
A Ugandan office with staff exercising before starting work.
Hippos in Queen Elizabeth National Park's Kazinga Channel.
The main tourist wildlife reserve in Uganda is Queen Elizabeth National Park and claims to have one of the highest bio-diversity ratings in the world. It's home to large numbers of hippopotami, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees. A total of 95 species of mammal and over 500 species of birds. The area around Ishasha is famous for its tree-climbing lions, whose males sport black manes, a feature unique to the lions in this area.
The reserve, sometimes called 'the Pearl of Africa' is very picturesque, with volcanic craters, grassy plains, tropical forest and the Kazinga Channel.
The Kazinga Channel is a 20 mile (32 km) long natural channel connecting two large QENP lakes, Edward and George. The channel and its shores are teeming with wildlife such as cape buffalo, hippos, elephants and many and varied birds. Boat trips along the channel are one of the most popular activities in Queen Elizabeth Park.
Pumped male elephants face down our Land Rover in Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park.