Four (4) days Queen Elizabeth National Park


On arrival at Entebbe airport, your driver/ guide will drive you to the hotel facility that was booked on the itinerary to rest from the flight. This is where the guide will pick you from the next day to begin your discovery.  Entebbe lays only 45 minutes from Kampala city where our offices are located and along the way are numerous attractive places like the Entebbe zoo, botanical gardens and many more.

Day (2) Travel to Queen Elizabeth National

This is approximately 370 km (5 hours) from Kampala the city to Uganda, while on the way the geography of the place is so exciting as you may be able to see a number of hills and huge rocks. As you approach Kyenjojo districts you may see large numbers of beautiful tea plantations, if you are lucky enough you may also be able to see the baboons along the along Kibale national park road that leads to Kabalore district. As you approach Fort portal you are expected to pass through the magnificent and cleanest town in Uganda (Fort Portal). When you reach Kasese it will depend either to sleep in the park lodges or in hotels outside the park.

Day (3) Boat cruise and game drive

You are expected to conclude breakfast as quick as 6 am as the game drive will begin immediately, you are expected to see a number of animals like herbivores and carnivores including lions, hyenas, antelope, buffalo, bush buck, elephant, hippos and a number of species. There is also an ingredient of visiting communities that share with the park. The boat cruise is normally done in the afternoon hours after lunch and if possible, you can have your lunch on the cruise. The boat safari will sail you on Kazinga channel where you may be able to see a number of hippos, elephants at the bunks, crocodiles, and birds like the shoe-bill and the kingfisher

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Immediately after the boat cruise, you are expected to embark on your journey to Kampala in the evening hours.

Queen Elizabeth is known to be Uganda's biggest nature reserve. With the powerful Murchison waterfall and its remarkable animal populations, you don’t need to miss this in Uganda. There are superb activities on offer such as a boat safari or Delta safari on the Nile. The river divides the park between a Northern and Southern section as it makes its way through multiple rapids and waterfalls to Lake Albert. Unfortunately, during the war years poachers and troops wiped out the majority of wildlife.
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