2 Days Safari To Queen Elizabeth Game Park.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park
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Discover the rich biodiversity of Uganda during this 2-day excursion to Queen Elizabeth National Game Park. This private tour whisks you away to some of the best locations within this UNESCO World Heritage Site for the most immersive safari experience. There’s no need to worry about a thing during your journey because all meals, accommodation, activities, and admission are included, so you can just sit back and observe the wildlife.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONEntebbe International Airport
DEPARTURE TIMEArrive by 8:15 AM for a prompt departure at 8:30 AM or Before Travel Date.
RETURN TIMEApproximately 6:30 PM.
WEARComfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Professional GuideMeals & Accomodation
All Fees on safari.Transportation in 4×4 Van
Airfare Fees
All other things not Mentioned in Itinerary.
  • Explore Queen Elizabeth National Game Park on a 3-day tour
  • Observe local flora and fauna like elephants, lions, and crocodiles
  • No need to plan anything, this is an all-inclusive package
  • Enjoy a personalized experience during this private tour


Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infant seats available
  • Child rate applies but only when sharing with 2 paying adults
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Infant meals not included
  • Dress code is formal
  • May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
  • Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travelers

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Day 1: Arrival in Uganda/Transfer to Queen Elizabeth

Our Guide will pick you up very early (6am) from either Entebbe or Kampala before starting the long journey to Queen Elizabeth national park. This journey takes between 5 to 6 hours and goes through amazing countryside with beautiful landscape and landmarks. You will stop at the equator crossing in Kayabwe (near Masaka) for photographs and a chance to count yourself among the few who have stood in two hemispheres at the same time. The equator is the planets main latitude that separates the planet earth into two sections – southern and northern hemispheres. As you continue your journey towards western Uganda, watch out for the amazing landscape consisting of endless savannah, large farms of the long horned ankole cattle and local people going about their daily business. Lunch will be in Mbarara town or another location depending on how the trip goes.You will reach the park around early in the afternoon. Check into your hotel if time allows or go straight for the afternoon boat cruise at the Kazinga channel. The Kazinga channel has one of the largest collection of hippos in Africa. It is a birders paradise with countless water, resident and migratory birds. Prepare for a treat as you spot buffaloes, crocodiles, elephants and hippos bathing by the water channel. Watch out for birds like pelicans, the Knob-billed Duck, African Jacana, yellow wagtail, common squacco Herons, flamingos, kingfishers, saddle-billed stork and the famous Shoebill Stork. You will also catch sights of primates like red tailed monkeys, white and black colobus monkey, olive baboons and vervet monkey.Dinner and overnight will be at either Simba Safari Camp, Bush Lodge or Kazinga Channel View Lodge for budget travelers. Moderate or Mid-range travelers will sleep in either Enganzi Lodge, Buffalo Safari Resort or Ihamba Safari Lodge. The luxury traveler will go for either Jacana Lodge, Katara Lodge or Mweya Safari Lodge.

Day 2: Game drive at the Kasenyi Sector – Transfer back to Kampala

Wake up very early, shower and take breakfast as you wait for the Guide/Driver to pick you up and take you for the morning game drive at the Mweya peninsula or Kasenyi plains. The Mweya peninsula is one of the best places to go for a game drive while on a Uganda safari. The peninsula is raised hence allowing you to have good views of the vast savannah, the animals, lake Katwe, Lake Edward and George. Expect to see hyenas, leopards, buffaloes, mongooses, elephants, the Uganda Kob, lions, warthogs, waterbucks and other types of antelopes. As you enjoy the game drive, watch out for the African skimmer, black-rumped buttonquails, black bee eater, the Chapins flycatcher, fish eagles, martial eagles, verreaux’s eagle owls, the white tailed lark and Pink-backed pelicans.After completing the activity, you will go and have lunch in your hotel before starting your journey back to Kampala or Entebbe. You will have stops at the Igongo Cultural Centre for souvenir if you didn’t get any at the park offices. Arrival time in Kampala is in the evening. Book your flight to depart in at 9:00pm in case you plan to leave Uganda on this day.End of Tour
Location : Queen Elizabeth National Park

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  8. Uganda’s top safari park, Queen Elizabeth is the one must-visit on any Ugandan safari. It still can’t boast wildlife numbers like the best Kenyan and Tanzanian parks, but there are plenty of big animals here and it has one of the highest biodiversity ratings of any nature preserve in the world. This includes an incredible 612 bird species. Nearly every visitor takes a boat trip on the Kazinga Channel where the hippos and crocodiles are the stars, but buffaloes, elephants, lions, leopards and just about all other animals might be seen. Wildlife drives are best in this northern region, but the famous tree-climbing lions are only found in the distant Ishasha region. You’re more likely to see them here than any other place in Africa, though it’s far from guaranteed, as I can personally attest since I struck out on my quest to find them, even though my guide seemed to know every tree in the sector. But, the search was still rewarding since there were plenty of other animals around including
    a lot of elephants.

    My favorite place at QENP is the jungle-filled Kyambura Gorge, a beautiful slice of green in the savannah with a habituated troop of chimpanzees adding some variety to the typical safari experience. Staying inside the park at Mweya or Ishasha puts you in prime wildlife territory, though the lodges atop the Kichwamba Escarpment have inspiring views over the park and out to Lake Edward and the Rwenzori Mountains

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