Queen Elizabeth national park is the second largest national park named after the late Queen Elizabeth II of England. A wonderful view of the many craters in this region, and a glimpse of the Mountain Rwenzori ranges far at a distance gives the best travel experience. The safari shall be the perfect time to explore the beauty of Queen Elizabeth national park, with the amazing sightings of the climbing lions in the ishasha sector in southern, Uganda kobs, forest hogs, schools of hippos, and Nile crocodiles along the Kazinga channel that bisects the park.

Day 1. Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park from Kampala/Entebbe
  • Early morning breakfast then drive to Queen Elizabeth national park
  • A stopover at the equator to take some amazing memorable pictures and buy some Ugandan  amazing made art craft
  • Lunch in Mbarara town, proceed to Queen.
  • Upon the arrival, we shall check-in, freshen up, relax and wait for a delicious, dinner
Day 2-Early morning game drive in the kasenyi plains, boat cruise after noon on the kazinga channel
  • A cup of coffee or tea and proceed for the morning game drive, this will give us a chance to sight some perfect prey, many wildlife encounters, and a view of beautiful sceneries of the craters in the region.
  • Drive back to the lodge,have breakfast, freshen up and prepare for a delicious lunch
  • After lunch, we set off for a thrilling cruise on the kazinga channel, an opportunity to spot, a variety of bird species, large mammals, and elephants.
  • Drive back to the lodge, freshen up, relax,rest for dinner
Day 3-.kyambura Gorge for chimpanzee trekking .travel back to Kampala
  • After an early morning breakfast, check out of the lodge to kyambura gorge; get a briefing before our encounter with the chimpanzees. Note that we can also have the chimpanzee tracking in the kalinzu forest
  • After chimpanzee tracking, proceed back to Kampala, with a lunch stopover in Mbarara.

Optional activities in this safari would include,

  • Visiting Lake Katwe (salt lake) where salt mining is done
  • Bird watching at Lake Munyanyange, home to the migratory flamingo birds
  • Semuliki hot springs
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