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Uganda Travel Planning

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TY to all for the valuable information posted on Uganda.
We are in the planning stage for 1/2015 and including the full day chimp habituation trek in Kibale, and 4 nights bwindi to do 2 treks there. We have to choose between visiting Queen Elizabeth or Murchison national park, due to time constraint.
We have previously visited Zambia and Tanzania for both walking and driving safaris. We don't mind long drives as long as there is some nice scenery along the way.
Would appreciate any advice on which of these two parks we should include. Realize Queen Elizabeth is a stop on the way to Bwindi, and Murchison is out of the way. We would stop at the rhino sanctuary if we drove to Murchison.

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