3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular national park in Uganda as proven by the number of travelers who visit each year. The park has most diverse habitats making it a home to numerous bird species, wildlife, reptiles, and amphibians. The tree climbing lions in the Ishasha sector, and the Kazinga Channel with the world's highest hippo concentration make this national park famous.

 

Our 3 days trip to this national park gives you a chance to explore most of the country's highlights.

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Day to day

Day 1

Kampala - Queen Elizabeth National Park

After early morning breakfast, your driver guide will meet you at the agreed pickup point, brief you and drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park. During the drive you will see the beautiful landscapes, and the sceneries in Uganda's countryside. You will have a stopover at the Equator monument for photos and stretching. After a hot lunch, you will proceed to your accommodation in the park.

Day 2

Game drive and boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel

After an early morning breakfast, you will enjoy a morning game drive in the magnificent park. Lions, elephants, buffalo, antelopes, are some of the animals you will see during the game drive.

Return to your lodge for lunch after which you will go the Kazinga Channel for a boat cruise. The Kazinga Channel connects Lake Edward and Lake George. The boat cruise offers an excellent photography opportunity

Day 3

Queen Elizabeth National Park - Kampala

On this day after breakfast, you drive back to Kampala with awesome memories. You will have lunch on the way

End of trip

Prices

Price on request, please send an email to info@ichumusafarisafrica.com

Includes

  • Accommodation.

  • Park entrance fees.

  • Car hire and fuel.

  • Transportation in a comfortable safari vehicle.

  • English speaking guide/driver.

  • Mineral water.

 

Excludes

  • Personal expenses.

  • Air tickets.

  • Additional drinks like wines,beers.

  • Tips.

  • Telephone charges.