3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park

This trip will take you through the plateau and high altitude of western Uganda to one of the lowest altitudes in the western part of the East African rift valley where the melody of wonders Queen Elizabeth lies. The park is the second biggest savanna park in Uganda and is home to 98 different mammal species such as elephants, hippos, buffalos, lions, leopards,

antelopes and an estimated number of 620 different bird species which makes it a perfect safari destination and bird watching paradise. The western part of the country is divided into two with the magical Kyambura gorge that is home to a family of 26 chimpanzees and 5 other different primate species that makes it a perfect destination for nature walks and primate watching. The south is one area to discover with its famous tree climbing lions and you can explore it with a one day extension

Day one

You will meet our representative who will drive you to Queen Elizabeth national park situated in the western part of the country with stopovers for lunch and photography. See royal drum makers, banana plantations and colorful fruit markets along the road sides. Arrive early evening for a game viewing safari best for animals like the buffaloes, antelopes, lions, elephants, leopards, hyenas and lots of savanna birds

Day Two: Explore Queen Elizabeth National Park

After breakfast, we shall Shall head to the game trails for our early morning game drive with chances to spot animals like Lions, Leopards, Hyenas, Elephants among others. After, we shall have lunch before heading for a launch cruise on the Kazinga channel where you will have a chance to see animals like Hippos, Elephants, Buffalos among others plus a lot of birds especially the fish birds. We shall then after return to the lodge for dinner and overnight sta.

Day Three: Transfer to Kampal

After breakfast, we shall head for an early morning game drive before heading back to Kampala or Entebbe international airport


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