Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) has packed away another honor from the online tourism manages, Tripadvisor, as one of the best managed and most looked for after tourism destinations on the earth.
“Queen Elizabeth National Park is satisfied to receive a Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence,” said Dr. Andrew Seguya, Uganda Wildlife Authority’s executive director. “We strive to offer our clients a great experience, and this honor is proof that our hard work is making as positive reviews.”
Uganda Wildlife Authority’s marketing manager Ingrid Nyakabwa clarifies that what is published on Tripadvisor is taken as the obvious truth by voyagers, so this may as well translate into a surge in tourist numbers.
“Tripadvisor is enchanted to praise the prosperity of businesses around the world, from Sydney to Chicago, Sao Paulo to Rome, which are consistently offering Tripadvisor tourists an extraordinary client experience,” said Alison Copus, vice-president of marketing for Tripadvisor for business.
“The Certificate of Excellence honor furnishes top performing establishments far and wide the recognition they deserve, taking into account feedback from their clients,” Copus included.
To meet all requirements for the Certificate of Excellence, businesses should administer an overall rating of four or higher, out of a conceivable five, as reviewed on by tourists on Tripadvisor, and must have been recorded on there for over 12 months. Extra criteria incorporate the volume of audits received within the period.
The award is offered just to strongholds that constantly attain remarkable tourist audits on their site, considered the world’s biggest travel site.
Mweya is the Queen Elizabeth National Park headquarters, 41km from Kasese, 115km from Fort Portal and 114 from Mbarara. The exceptional tarmac road leads to a murram turn-off. At that point there is 20km of dirt road. It is likewise possible to make the vacation via air, landing at Kasese Airstrip.
Must Tourist Activities in Queen Elizabeth National Park
It is Uganda’s most beautiful and diverse wildlife National Park with about 95 species of mammals and over 500 bird species.
- Boat cruise on Kazinga Channel, to the beautiful drive between the volcanic craters in the north.
- One can go chimps tracking in the profound Kyambura gorge, or take strolls in the dark Imara Magambo forest. The forest is well known for being home to many different species of birds which fly kilometres away to Kazinga Channel in the morning and return in the evening to roost.
- Game drives beneath the large skies of the Ishasha wildness sector in the southern part of the park.
Why it stands out
Most travelers consider the two hour boat cruise along Kazinga Channel from Mweya the highlight of the safari.
There are 95 species of mammal, the most noteworthy you can get anywhere in the nation.
Tree climbing lions and leopards which are found in just a couple of spots on the world.
The national park is home to 600 species of bird and 10 primate species including chimpanzees, vervet, blue and red tailed monkeys, black and white colobus and olive baboon.
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