Queen Elizabeth national park is understandably Uganda’s most popular touristic destination.
The park’s diverse ecosystems, which include savanna forests, sparkling lakes and fertile wetlands,
makes it the ideal habitat for the big game, ten primate species including chimpanzees and over 600 species of bird species.
Set against the backdrop of the jagged Ruwenzori mountains,
the park’s magnificent vistas include dozens of enormous craters that have been dramatically carved into rolling green hills,
offering panoramic views of the Kazinga channel lined with hippos, buffalos and elephants,
and the endless Ishasha plains where you will find the climbing lions.
Apart from its outstanding wildlife attractions, Queen Elizabeth National Park has a remarkable cultural history.
There a number of opportunities for visitors to meet local communities and enjoy their real history by hearing from them, local dance, music among others.
The park was founded in 1952 as Kazinga National Park and renamed two years later to commemorate a visit by Queen Elizabeth II to Uganda.
Bolow is the Detailed itinerary.
Day 1: Drive from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Depart from Kampala or Entebbe heading westwards across the country, through Mbarara town, the home to the impressive long-horn Ankole cows.
Descend into the Queen Elizabeth National Park, keeping an eye out for wild game as ths fan starts.
A short game drive along the Channel track welcomes you into this park as we proceed for check-in at your lodge.
The channel track runs parallel with the Kazinga channel as you drive slowly while viewing some wildlife.
It’s particularly rewarding as you will see wildlife like warthog, bushbuck, waterbuck and elephants.
Depending on the time limits, you may also like to enjoy a safari game drive in the northern sector of the park,
the Baboon Cliff famous for its nice scenery, and good views of the shadows of the mountain rwenzori
Afterwards you drive back to your lodge through large expanses of savannah grasslands as you spot some wildlife.
Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park, Game Drive as you See climbing lions Lions
We have an early morning breakfast and go for a game drive in the northern part of the park
at the Kasenyi Track and search for wildlife like lions, elephants, solitary buffaloes.
This is the best time for opportunities of viewing the cats in action owing to the vast population of Uganda Kobs.
We have an excellent chance to view just about every animal here at very close
Heading out for a launch trip along the Kazinga Channel.
This gives you the opportunity to view wildlife up close: hippo’s huff and spray at a mere feet away from the boat, buffalo linger in the shallows.
The shores of the channel are also home to an array of birds including pink backed pelicans,
pied and malachite kingfishers, saddle billed stork and many others.
You will then drive back to kampala to your origin,
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