Kasenyi Sector Queen Elizabeth National Park not only forms part of the motherly aunthentic Savannah, but it’s also an iconic birding destination to over 200 Uganda birds as well Some of the game park animals normally seen on a short walk through this corridor. The sector is a flat plateau normally preferred by Uganda kobs who are the most prey for the lion and other predators.
Kasenyi Sector Queen Elizabeth National Park- Key Points: Queen Elizabeth, wild life, Kasenyi, Kasese district, Birding, Guided game drives, National Parks, Lake George, Climbing Lions, Guided nature walks, boat launch, canoeing, culture encounters
The Sector can be seen readable in one of the famous cities, Kasese, Rwenzururu sub-region. It sits in the motherly Queen Elizabeth National Park, the most visited national park in the history of Uganda. This Sector is approximated to span 49 kilometres, by road, southeast of Kasese, the district headquarters and the largest city in the sub-region.
This northeastern entrancing sector is also known as Mweya – Kasenyi Sector in contrast to the Ishasha Sector in the southwestern part of the park. The wilderness of Kasenyi is highly dominated by open Savannah vegetation, where Uganda Kobs are the dominant mammals, And for this reason, Lions are frequently seen here on game drives
Key areas to Visit in Kasenyi Sector:
- Kasenyi Airport, a civilian airport at Kasenyi
- Kazinga Channel, a motherly fresh waterway linking Lake George and Lake Edward, 34 kilometres to the southwest of Kasenyi.
- Lake George, a freshwater lake in the Western Rift Valley and entirely within Queen Elizabeth National Park.
It was on to the spell that lions never casted their feet in this place, However due to the increasing population of Uganda Kobs, this has geared a charismatic approach inviting large numbers of lions that are over 200 people.
The Kasenyi plains, due to their winning characteristics, the fascinating wilderness dominated by the savanna grasslands are provocative and supportive to the wild life in the ecological niche.Some of the grasslands include; the red-throat spurfowls, the grey crown cranes, the yellow throated long crow and others.
The magnetic pulse that gears it all, is that African Adventure Travellers in conjunction with the Queen Elizabeth National Park pleasingly offers you many activities around the entire sections of queen Elizabeth National Park as you enjoy several activities like sighting wild life (tree climbing lions, leopards, zebras, crocodiles), lake katwe (salt mining done by local natives), birding, nature walks and many more
Well the andulating gracious nature around queen elizabeth is spectacular, the intrusion of the lions all over the place maks you feel the nature of this wilderness.