Ishasha is a place for those who want to experience unspoiled nature and preferably without any destruction or many tourists.
It is quiet and peaceful and works best for vacations, all kinds of holiday and many memorable life experiences.
Our experts know a lot about Ishasha, so if you are interested in visiting the National Park, contact one of our employees
Ishasha National Park is located in the southwest of Uganda, bordering on the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Park is a small part of a larger park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, but Ishasha is extremely popular as it is one of two places in the world where you can experience tree-climbing lions.
The lion can climb trees; tree climbing has become an all-natural part of the daily behavior of the lions to seek shadow and protection from the heat.
Another distinctive feature of Ishasha lions is that the males are black. The lions are mostly found in the shady crown of some fig or acacia trees.
In addition to tree-lingering lions, Ishasha is famous for its elephants, buffalo clocks and countless antelopes.
Ishasha National Park is still almost untouched, which means that you have a safari experience out of the ordinary.(Uganda, The Pearl of Africa)