Queen Elizabeth national park is located in the western parts of Uganda in the Bundibujo and Kasese districts. The park is famously known for its abundant wildlife that live in the different corners of this park. Noticeable are the tree-climbing lions that are common here in large numbers.
Day 1: Transfer to Queen and boat cruise
After breakfast at your hotel/residence, you will be transferred by our professional driver to the western side of Uganda towards Queen Elizabeth National Park. We shall arrive early enough to catch up with time for a boat cruise at the Kazinga channel. Look out for the Nile crocs and large hippos as they swim here, you will also watch the buffaloes and elephants and several water birds at the banks of this channel. Return to the lodge later for dinner and spend the night at the lodge.
Day 2: Game drive and departure
You’ll wake up to a delicious breakfast and check out of the lodge and head to the park for an exciting morning game drive. Animals are most active in the morning and this is your chance to watch the early hunting cats, wild dogs and hyenas as they devour the weak animals. You will also watch the Elephants, Buffaloes, bushbucks, impalas, warthogs, leopards, and birds among other wildlife in this park. You will later depart and return to Kampala in the afternoon arriving in the evening at Entebbe airport or at your lodge.
End of the tour
• Park entrance fees
• Boat cruise
• Game drive
• Bottled drinking water