Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular park in Uganda, proven by the number of travelers visiting each year. It was named after the queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II, after her visit to the park in 1952. The park has the most diverse habitats making it a home to numerous birdlife life, animal, insect, reptiles and amphibians and mammals.
It is famous for its tree-climbing lions in Ishasha, crater lakes, forested gorges, savannah plains, swamps, rivers, and the beautiful Kazinga channel – home to an abundance of wildlife. The park has the highest number of bird species in Uganda and any protected area in East Africa. There is Chimpanzee tracking in the ‘underground’ forest in Kyambura gorge and the nearby Kalinzu forest.
- Photo session in the north and south hemisphere at the Equator monument
- Igongo Cultural Museum
- Game drives in Kasenyi plains
- Boat cruise on Kazinga Channel
Day 1: Uganda tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park – Uganda Safaris
Today we leave for Queen Elizabeth National Park –the medley of wonders. The trip to Queen Elizabeth will give you opportunities to see remarkable landscapes and scenery. Pass hardworking Ugandans by their fields working or seated by the stalls of crafts or fresh fruits and vegetable markets. Most homes are by the roadside for easy access to transport but also because they have access to amenities like power and water. You will have a stopover at the Equator monument experiencing life in both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres. Lunch will be at Igongo cultural museum – the home of Ankore culture.
Day 2: Game drive and boat safari along Kazinga Channel
Queen Elizabeth national park offers the ultimate safari experience- it has the highest biodiversity of any protected area in East Africa. Use the morningto explore the park in the Kasenyi plains searchingfor predators and grazers on a game drive in safari cars. Return to the lodge for lunch.
After Lunch take a boat cruise on Kazinga Channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George.This offers an excellent opportunity for photography moments and enjoy the magnificent birdlifeand animals in or by the water.
Day 3: Travel back to Kampala
Your wildlife safari has come to an end but the memories will live with you forever. Leave for Kampala, have lunch en route to Kampala and proceed to your hotel or Airport.
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