Remote Ishasha, also known as the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, has been referred to in the past as one of the most alluring game viewing areas in East Africa. Famous for its tree-climbing lions, Ishasha is dominated by acacia woodland and scrubland, and features the meandering Ishasha River, banked by a riparian forest. Ishasha boasts giant boughed fig trees offering cool shady perches, perfect for lounging lions. This is also the only place in the park to see Topi.


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