3 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari

3 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari

3 Days >Queen Elizabeth Wildlife tour takes you through Queen Elizabeth National Park, the second biggest park in Uganda, begins and ends in Kampala.

There are close to100 mammal and over 600 bird types in the park that make it an outstanding expedition area for game viewing and bird watching fascinated tourists.  While on the launch cruise you will view different birds, hundreds of hippos, lonely buffaloes and other animals that come for a drink on this impressive Kazinga channel.

A number of monkey species in the park live in the Kyambura Gorge and Maramagambo woods. An enthralling group of monkeys, birds and flamingos habit in the Mramagambo woods and in the Kyambura gorge where you have a chance to track the speedy and mysterious chimpanzees. You will also go to the Ishasha region in search for the mysterious tree climbing lions which you will find resting in the aged fig trees.


Day 1 Kampala-Queen Elizabeth
From your hotel, you will be driven by our tour guide on the southern highway road linking to Queen Elizabeth National park. You will make a stop by the royal drum-makers and the equator for photographs and then head to the park being observant for game. Dinner and sleep at Jacana or Mweya (FB)

Day 2 Game drive & Kazinga Channel Launch cruise
To have a chance to see the early risers and some of the predators returning from their hunt, you will wake up before sunrise. After breakfast, you will loosen up all through the day’s heat waiting lunch. Head to Kazinga channel for a boat cruise and later have a game drive up to the Kasenyi plains as well as the Mweya peninsula to see a diversity of animals. Dinner and sleep at Jacana or Mweya (FB)

Day 3 Kyambura, Return to Kampala
After having breakfast, set out on a pleasure trip to see the speedy and indescribable chimpanzees alternatively go for a nature stroll in order to carry out tree classification, tour the bat caves together with the lake, and view apes in Maramagambo forest. Before departing for Kampala,

End of this Safari 

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