3 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari

3 Days Queen Elizabeth national park safari for wildlife sighting in Uganda

Another wilderness experience while on a Uganda safari, this brief 3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari offers a rich opportunity to encounter Uganda's wildlife such as the tree climbing lions at Ishaha sector, elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, antelopes, spotted hyenas, leopards and many more.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is described by many as the most beautiful park in Uganda. located in the west of the great African rift valley, bordered by Rwenzori mountain ranges. Queen Elizabeth incorporates dozens of mirror surfaced crater lakes, salty and freshwater lakes. there are over 95 mammal species including ten primate species, for example, Vervet monkeys, Chimpanzees, black and white Colombus monkey, up to 25 predators like lions, leopards, Spotted Hyenas etc antelopes buffaloes, elephants, hippos. more than 600 bird species in addition to over 50 reports

Itinerary for your 3 days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari

Day 1: TRANSFER TO QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK

This 3 days Queen Elizabeth National Park safari begins with pick up by our tour guide. The journey leads south-west of Uganda with a stop at the equator point where you can take a lunch break and take memorable photographs.

 

Continue to the national park, tucked away in the breathtaking beauty of the rising escarpment, crater lakes, Savannah grasslands and water streams. Arrive in time for an evening game drive through the park or rest in the comfort of your lodge for the rest of the evening. Dinner and overnight at your choice of accommodation.

Drive Time: 7 – 8 hours
Meal plan: Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation Options:

  • Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge
  • Midrange: Enganzi Lodge / Ihamba Lake Side Resort
  • Budget: Kazinga View Resort

Day 2: GAME DRIVE AND BOAT CRUISE

After early breakfast, embark on an early morning game drive to the north of the park where the Savannah grasslands are with the rare leopard, elephants, Uganda kob, genets, lions, giant forest hogs, bushbucks, spotted hyenas, and many more. Return to the lodge for lunch and head to the Kazinga channel for a boat cruise.

The channel has over 600 species of birds like the pelican, shoe-bill stork among others, making it a birder’s paradise. Experience the spectacular sunsets on the boat ride and then return to your lodge for dinner and overnight at a previous night

Day 3: TRANSFER BACK TO KAMPALA

This morning, after breakfast, transfer back to Kampala at leisure. Lunch en-route. Reserved for evening flights from Entebbe International Airport

End of safari.

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