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The 4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari is the best way to experience Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda. Enjoy game and animal viewing in Uganda’s second-largest national park during this tour. You can anticipate taking part in a boat or launch tour and a game drive during your Uganda safari at Queen Elizabeth National Park. The Kasenyi Track, which is renowned for providing breathtaking views of buffaloes, elephants, lions, antelopes, leopards, birds, and more, will be the route for the game drive.

You will take a boat ride on Kazinga Channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will see hundreds of hippos, crocodiles, aquatic birds, and more during this leisure activity. The quick safari in Uganda includes tracking primates at Kyambura Gorge, often known as the Valley of Apes. Nestled in the western region of Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to 620 bird species and four of the big five game species, all of which coexist in diverse ecosystems. There are numerous tourist attractions in the park, including as the Mweya Peninsula, Kasenyi, Ishasha, Kyambura, Maramagambo, and Crater Lakes. As the second largest of the ten safari parks in Uganda, the park was established in 1954 and spans 1978 square kilometres.

4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Your tour guide will get you from your Kampala hotel or home and drive you over the Masaka-Mbarara route to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Expect to stop at the Equator crossing on the way to Queen Elizabeth National Park so you may take pictures and conduct a water experiment to identify the Northern and Southern hemispheres. After lunch at the Igongo Cultural Centre, depart Kayabwe and head to Queen Elizabeth National Park, perhaps stopping by the museum afterwards. Admire the animals while travelling to the accommodations that you have reserved.

Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge, Katara Lodge, Buffalo Safari Lodge, Enganzi Lodge.

Meals: (Lunch, Dinner).

Day 2: Morning Game Drive – Afternoon Boat Cruise

After breakfast, make your way to the Kasenyi sector/plains so that you may start your morning guided game drive. A 4WD vehicle game drive in the Kasenyi plains takes three to four hours. During the trip, you can see buffaloes, Uganda kobs, elephants, leopards, lions, hyenas, warthogs, bush pigs, bush bucks, birds, and more. After leaving Kasenyi and observing a variety of wildlife, return to your lodging for a leisurely lunch. After that, go to Kazinga to start a two to three hour boat ride down the 32-kilometer strait that connects Lake Edward and Lake George. Take a two to three hour boat ride across the Kazinga Channel to see crocodiles, water fowl, and hippos.

Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge, Katara Lodge, Buffalo Safari Lodge, Enganzi Lodge.

Meals: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Day 3: Chimpanzee Trekking in Kyambura Gorge

Head out for briefing in Kyambura Gorge regarding chimpanzee tracking regulations. It will take three to four hours to experience the thrill of chimpanzee trekking, which includes an hour to learn about their habits and behaviours and snap pictures before they retire into the jungle for lunch. Views of the beautiful forest, birds, and other primates may all be seen during the Kyambura Chimpanzee Trek. Return to the lodge in the afternoon to take a Lake Katwe tour. See how salt is made in this salt lake and observe flamingos, sea gulls, black-winged stilts, and other species.

Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge, Katara Lodge, Buffalo Safari Lodge, Enganzi Lodge.

Meals: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Day 4: Return to Kampala – Departure.

After a hearty meal in the morning, depart Queen Elizabeth National Park and head towards Kampala or Entebbe. Join a two to three hour early morning game drive as you leave the park to see species that you missed the day before. At Fort Portal City, have lunch before continuing on to Kampala or Entebbe, which will bring your 4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari to an end.

Meals: (Breakfast, Lunch).

End of the 4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari.

The 4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari includes;

  • 1 Chimpanzee Tracking Permit per person.
  • Accommodation and meals as per the itinerary.
  • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle.
  • Wildlife Game Drive.
  • Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel.
  • Services of an English-speaking tour guide.
  • Park Entrance fees.
  • Bottled Water in the vehicle.
  • Tour guide allowances.
  • Airport Transfer.
  • Government Taxes.

However, the tour cost excludes; Visa fees, international airfare, personal travel insurance, personal shopping bills, telephone bills, tips to local guides, items of personal nature such as cigarettes, laundry, souvenirs and items not listed as included in the cost.

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