Want to be more than just a tourist? How would you like to go off-limits in the park, get up close to Uganda’s wildest species, and make a valuable contribution to wildlife research and conservation?For the first time, Queen Elizabeth National Park is opening its gates to a new kind of tourism. Visitors can join researchers as they track lions using radio collars, and learn learn to identify these fabulous felines through their facial markings, calls and behavior.
If lions are a bit much – try monitoring the banded mongoose! You’ll have fun observing these sociable little creatures, as well as monitoring the weather and their surroundings.
All the valuable information you gather will be added to the research databases to support conservation efforts, and the tour fee goes directly to funding these important projects – making this an all-round worthwhile tour!
Visit our Wildlife Research Trips page to book your place today!