3 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari

$760
Per Person

 

Overview

The 3 day Queen Elizabeth Park Safari takes you Uganda’s undeniably most visited park. The park is famous for its wildlife which includes a population of over 95 mammal species among which is; the cape buffalo, hippos, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees. The park is also renowned for its tree climbing lions found in an area called Ishasha in Rukungiri district.

Included/Exclude

  • Parking Fees
  • 4×4 wheel drive safari vehicle
  • Full time English speaking driver/guide
  • Full Board Accomodation – 2 Nights
  • Bottled drinking water throughout the trip
  • Additional Activities
  • Visa and airfares
  • Insurance
  • Tips to porters
 

Tour Plan

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Day 1: Leave Kampala for Queen Elizabeth National Park

8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Your 3 days wildlife safari travel expedition to Queen Elizabeth will begin when a driver guide picks you from a convenient location in Kampala. After a briefing on how your safari will run, you will set off for Queen Elizabeth National Park. While driving, you will make a brief stop at the equator in Kayabwe on Masaka road for you to take photographs, get refreshments, pay a brief visit to the crafts shops in the area.

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Day 2: Game drive and a boat cruise in the park

8:00 am to 5:00 pm

After breakfast, you drive to the park headquarters where you will have a briefing and then set out for a morning game drive to explore the wildlife in the royal Queen Elizabeth. The most famous game drive trails in the park include; the channel drive circuit and the Kasenyi plains drive.

In the afternoon after your lunch, you will set out for a boat cruise on Kazinga channel, a 40 km water channel that links Lake Edward and Lake George where you will be able to spot a large number hippos and Nile crocodiles plus a number of water birds.

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Day 3: Retrurn to Kampala

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

On the last day of your 3 days Queen Elizabeth wildlife Uganda safari tour, you will embark on a trip to the Katwe crater lakes region; a cluster of ten crater lakes formed from volcanic explosion before embarking on a drive back to Kampala – Uganda’s capital.

 

Tour Location

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