QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
The nothern sector of the national park is called Kasenyi, or better known as the “Kobs Mating Ground”. In this open savannah area you will find hundreds if Uganda kobs. The Kob is an elegant antelope, similar to the impala, which lives in harems up to twenty females, led by one dominant male. Consequently, it is not exceptional to encounter a hungry lion in this area, awaiting for his chance to pounce on one of the unsuspecting animals. Big herds of buffaloes, giant forest hog, warthogs, monitor lizards and sometimes a lonely elephant can be seen during a game drive in Kasenyi as well.