3 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife Tour

Overview

This 3 days trip will enable you visit Queen Elizabeth National Park which form the most diverse ecosystems in Africa. The Park is the home of the famous tree climbing lions, topi, Uganda Kob, hyenas, elephants, baboons, hippos and a lot of primates like Chimpanzees and more. Launch trip will also be done along Kazinga channel between Lake George and Edward.

Queen Elizabeth National park is the most popular tourist destination in Uganda and is one of the oldest national parks in Uganda. Queen Elizabeth national park is located in western Uganda in districts of Kamwenge, Kasese, Bushenyi and Rukungiri. The park was prior known as Kazinga National park and was later renamed Queen Elizabeth National Park after the visit of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain.

Safari Highlights.

Day1: Kampala to Queen andstop over at the Equator

Day2: Game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day3: Return to Kampala

Day 1: Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National park (417kms)

After breakfast in the morning head to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Stop over at the Equator for photos and some crafts. Then proceed to the park. After lunch go for an evening game drive where you will see crater lakes. Overnight at Mweya safari lodge/ jacana safari lodge/ Queen Elizabeth safari lodge/ samba safari camp.

Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Go in for agame drive in the Park after an early morning breakfast, you may see the big five; lions, Buffalo, Elephants, Giant forest hog, Waterbucks, Bushbucks and Kobs. You may also see birds like jacana, shoebill and pelican. An overnight at Mweya safari lodge/ jacana safari lodge/ Queen Elizabeth safari lodge/ samba safari camp.

Day 3: Queen Elizabeth National park-Kampala (417kms)

You may either visit kyambura Gorge for Chimp tracking or Visit the blue lake or visit the bat cave. This is all done after breakfast. Then proceed for Kampala.

The Safari Price quotations include: Transport with fuel, an English-Speaking driver, Water within the Vehicle, accommodation, park fees, boat fee and all meals. It however doesn’t include alcoholic drinks, laundry, and any additional personal purchases.

End of the Safari