Exploring the Phenomenon of Tree Climbing Lions: A Unique Safari Experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park

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In Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Isasha road safari.

3 - 5 min

BY Jessica

Published on January 19, 2023

My journey to see the tree climbing lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Isasha road was an adventure in itself. The road was bumpy and rocky, but the scenery was breathtaking. We passed through the Maramagambo forest, which was lush and green. Along the way, we encountered a herd of elephants crossing the road, heading towards the lake for a drink of water. It was amazing to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

As we continued on our journey, we saw all kinds of animals, including warthogs, baboons, and a variety of antelope. The guides were knowledgeable and shared interesting facts and information about each species.

Finally, we reached our destination and came across the elusive tree climbing lions. They were resting in the trees after a night of hunting. It was an incredible sight to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat, high up in the trees. It was a truly unforgettable experience.

The guides were friendly and knowledgeable, they made the safari a great one. The tour was well organized by Arrive Africa Safaris and I would recommend it to anyone visiting Queen Elizabeth National Park.

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