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.
It is famous for its tree-climbing lions in the 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.
Day 1: To Queen Elizabeth NP
Early morning after breakfast you will pick you from any place of your choice in Kampala or Entebbe and depart for Queen Elizabeth NP. Via Fortportal we will reach later in the afternoon at The Bush Lodge in Queen Elizabeth NP with a stunningly beautiful view over Kazinga Channel. In the late afternoon we will go for a game drive if you are not tired.
Day 2: In Queen Elizabeth NP
This day is for a game drive on the plains of Queen Elizabeth NP with thousands of Ugandan kobs, lions, elephants etc. Also on the program is a two hours launch trip on the Kazinga channel where we will see all the animals from the waterside.
Day 3: To Entebbe
After breakfast, the last part of the journey will bring us back to Kampala. We will stop in Mbarara for Lunch and then continue, after Masaka town we will stop at the Equator for Tea/Coffee break and buying souvenirs. We will bring you back to Hotel of your choice in Kampala for overnight. If you are continuing your journey somewhere else or back home, we will bring you to the airport for check.