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Little Elephant Camp is situated in the Muhokya enclave of Queen Elizabeth National Park and stretches over ½ of a kilometre along the boundary of the park. The camp is 600 metres off the main Kasese/Mbarara highway on a private access road.

GPS Coordinates N0° 04.385 E30° 02.681

Distances and Driving Times to Various Points Around Queen Elizabeth National Park from Little Elephant Camp

Queens Pavilion
11.4 kilometres (10 minute drive) The Queens Pavilion is Uganda Wildlife Authority pay point where park activities can be booked and paid for. It is also one of the entrances to the Explosion Crater Drive

Kasenyi Gate
20 kilometres (20 minute drive) The Kasenyi gate is an entrance gate into the east side of the park and is the gateway to the Kasenyi Plains, a popular area for game drives to sight game including lion, Ugandan kob, waterbuck, bushbuck, buffalo, warthog, elephant and leopard.

Katanguru Gate
28 kilometres (30 minute drive) The Katanguru gate is an entrance gate into the west side of the park and the starting point for the Channel Track which runs parallel to the Kazinga Channel and leads to the Mweya Peninsula.

Kabatoro Gate
33.3 kilometres (45 minute drive) The Kabatoro gate is an entrance into the west side of the park that leads to the Mweya Peninsula. Opposite the gate is one of the entrances to the Explosion Crater Drive.

Mweya Peninsula
41 kilometres (1 hour drive) The Mweya peninsula is located at the western end of the Kazinga Channel where the channel enters Lake Edward.

Kyambura Gorge
36.6 kilometres (45 minute drive) The starting point for chimpanzee trekking in the Kyambura Gorge.

100 kilometres (2 hour drive) Ishasha is located in the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Distances and Driving Times to Major Points in Uganda from Little Elephant Camp

via Mbarara - 409 kilometres (7 hours)
via Fort Portal - 380 kilometres (6 ½ hours)

Fort Portal 87.4 kilometres (1 hour & 55 minutes)

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Buhoma)
167 kilometres (4 hours)

Lake Mburo National Park
208 kilometres (4 hours)

Please note that all driving times are approximations to allow for trip planning, but may vary depending on weather conditions, traffic and other unforeseen circumstances. Extra time is recommended when travelling to booked activities to ensure punctuality.
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