Want to behold a 360 panoramic view of Uganda’s most visited National Park? You Should Be Here! It is a stopover with a coffee shop that is conveniently located at the heart of Uganda’s 10 most endowed parks: Queen Elizabeth National Park. This savannah destination lies in the western arm of the rift valley and blossoms with a bustling population of 600 bird species and 95 mammal species inclusive of tree climbing lions. Other virtually guaranteed sightings here include antelopes, chimps, warthogs, along with pods of hippos and crocodiles.
The pavilion stands on a nearby crater rim that hosted the world’s most powerful monarch following her visit to it in 1959, that’s why it is called Queen Elizabeth. At the cafe found here, you will find terrific views of Lake George, high-speed Internet connection, Coffee and tea, sourced from local growers and gift shop with authentic handmade crafts from surrounding communities. The place is jointly managed by Uganda Wildlife Authority and Conservation Through Public Health, a conservation organization at the forefront of stopping spread of from of disease from communities to wildlife and vice versa.
If you wish to see countless herds of elephants and buffaloes, the Queen’s Pavilion is a great starting point for game drives. It is few minutes’ drive away from settings in the park where thousands of animals gather for breeding, grazing and sun bathing.