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Tree Climbing Lions in Ishasha Sector of Queen Elizabeth Park Uganda



The Tree climbing lions in Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth Park Uganda on your way to Bwindi Forest where Gorillas are trekked. Visit Ishasha Tree Climbing lions in Uganda during a Uganda Safari and Uganda Tour.

 

Tree Climbing Lions in Ishasha Sector of Queen Elizabeth Park Uganda

 Queen Elizabeth Park UgandaVisit the Tree climbing lions of Uganda on your way to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest where Gorilla Trekking takes place. A park entry fees of 40$ valid for 24 hours apply to see the famous tree climbing lions in Ishasha sector.

The famous Tree climbing lions of Ishasha sector are found in large fig trees and acacia trees in the remote southern extremity of Queen Elizabeth Park.

This sector has got 3 prides of these incredible creatures which reasons for climbing trees are still a mystery.

The Ishasha sector is predominantly known for its flat undulating plains and woodland vegetation which homes the only Topi found in Queen Elizabeth Park. The sector also harbors various animal species including Elephants, Buffaloes, Monkeys, Kobs and numerous species of antelopes, Bird species such as compact weaver, Black coucal, and other water birds like herons and storks near the Lake Edward marshlands.

A night game drive will reward you with views of nocturnal species, and big cats including Leopards and Hyenas.

Lodges in Ishasha sector to consider when on a Tree climbing lion Tour include;

Ishasha Wilderness Camp, Enjojo Lodge, Ishasha Jungle Lodge, at the River Ishasha, Savannah Resort Hotel

 

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