Welcome to uganda safaris where you encounter a number of wildlife, in uganda, visit queen elizabeth natinal park to see the real nature where you experience nature in its originality.
Queen Elizabeth NP is the second largest national park in Uganda blessed with diverse Eco-systems which include; humid forest, savanna grassland, lakes, wetlands with over 600 bird species, 4/5 big five animals.
This trip engages all your senses for the wildlife like elephants, buffaloes, among many others, in queen elizabeth national park which is the second largest national park in Uganda blessed with diverse Eco-systems
This includes; humid forest, savanna grassland, lakes, wetlands with over 600 bird species, 4/5 big five animals.
Kazinga channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George with variety of water birds, hippopotamus, buffalo and elephants on the banks.
Day 1DRIVE TO QUEEN ELIZABETH NP
After the arrival at the Airport, we will drive to Queen NP and have stop over at the Equator (Kayabwe) for lunch and photographs at the Equator which is 72km from Kampala then later proceed to Queen Elizabeth NP while viewing tea plantations, beautiful scenery to mention but a few. You will have dinner and overnight at Engiri Safari Lodge
Day 2: MORNING GAME DRIVE –AFTERNOON BOAT CRUISE
After an early breakfast, we will head for an early game drive in search of animals like lions, leopards, buffalo, elephants and birds.
We will try out to drive along Queen’s mile and Kasenyi trial inorder to see different animals and birds like laughing dove, long- crested Eagle, White- tailed, Lark, Grey Kestrel, Martial Eagle, Hooded vulture, sitting cisticola, Rufous- raped Lark, Grey-headed Kingfisher, pin-tailed Whydah, African mourning Dove, Red-chested sunbird, Black-winged kite,
Along Kasenyi trial we will have a chance of viewing climbing lions then later we head for lunch at the Lodge.
Later in the afternoon, we will have about cruise along Kazinga channel which offers variety of birds with huge elephants, buffalo and hippopotamus in water and in the banks of the lake.
This will take us 3 hours while viewing some water birds like Grey-crowned crane, Field Kingfisher, African Fish Eagle, Egyptian Goose, Swamp Fly catcher, African Skimmer, African Spoonbill and many others.
Day 3: DRIVE TO KAMPALA
After breakfast, we will drive to Kampala then stop at Igongo cultural for lunch and visit the Igongo Museum which can take us an hour of visit then the cultural village that will show us the traditional living of people in Western Uganda. Then proceed to Kampala later.