Queen Elizabeth NP tour 3 days

Tour Outline
Duration
3 days / 2 nights
Starting Point
Kampala
Means of Transport
Private vehicle
Destination
  • Queen Elizabeth NP

Activities
Boat trip
Game drive
Option
  • Baloon safari
  • Chimpanzee tracking
  • Domestic flight
  • Night game drive

Destination Guide
Queen Elizabeth National Park

The second largest national park in Uganda with 95 species of mammals and 610 species of birds. Savanna in north and south are home for large mammals like lion and elephant, Kazinga Channel is for birds, crocodile and hippo, Kyambura Gorge is for chimpanzee.

Geographic features: Savanna, forest, lake, river Size: 1,978km2

Activity: Game drive, night game drive, boat trip, chimpanzee tracking, nature walk, balloon safari

Tour Itinerary
Day
1
AM
Transfer to Queen Elizabeth NP
PM
Game drive at Mweya

Drive with an open roofed vehicle in vast savanna and look for large mammals like lions, elephants, buffaloes and antelopes. Evening game drive starts at 4pm, it takes 3-4 hours. Tell your rangers, if you have your favorite mammal before you take off.

Movement
Kampala
7hr drive
Queen NP
Meal
  • B Nil
  • L Hotel
  • D Hotel
Overnight Queen Elizabeth National Park
Mweya Safari Lodge
FB
Day
2
AM
Game drive at Mweya

This is last game drive at Mweya. If you missed your favorite mammals the first time, tell them to your ranger guide. Morning game drive starts at 6:30am, it takes 3-4 hours.

PM
Boat trip along Kazinga Channel

Take a boat ride along the channel which connects two lakes. Its banks are habitats for reptiles like crocodiles and many species of birds like kingfisher and pelican, also resting place for hippo and buffalo. It starts at 2pm and takes about 2 hours.

Movement
Queen Elizabeth National Park
Meal
  • B Hotel
  • L Hotel
  • D Hotel
Overnight Queen Elizabeth National Park
Mweya Safari Lodge
FB
Day
3
AM
Transfer to Kampala
Movement
Queen NP
7hr drive
Kampala
Meal
  • B Hotel
  • L Rest
  • D Nil
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