Kibale Tours

3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park

3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park: The second-largest national park in Uganda and a renowned UNESCO heritage site with exceptional biodiversity, Queen Elizabeth national park is a must-see. This park has amazing ecosystems and inspiring plants and animals. A launch cruise on the renowned Kazinga waterway is unmatched, and a wildlife drive in Queen Elizabeth Safari Park is a genuine find. You get the chance to truly experience the Queen Elizabeth National Park’s breadth and all of its delights with this 3-day safari.

3 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife Safari Overview

The majority of the top safari activities in this well-known safari site are included in this 3-day Queen Elizabeth National Park safari package.

Day 1: Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park after breakfast. Either through tarmac through Mbarara (420 km) or via Fort Portal via Kasese, the park is reachable from Kampala (410kms). The park may be reached from Kampala through Mbarara in 5 to 6 hours.

You will make a photo stop at the equator and a lunch halt in Mbarara municipality after traveling the Mbarara highway. Continue your travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park, where you will arrive in the afternoon. From there, you will go on a game drive in the afternoon or evening. But, doing so will necessitate leaving Kampala early in the morning.

The game drive will provide you the chance to observe wildlife in its natural habitat, including buffalo, elephants, and other creatures that live in the Northern Kazinga’s grassland thickets close to Mweya. Lions can be seen in the eastern Kasenyi Plains and along the Kasese Road, where they prey on the large Uganda Kobs that live there. Dinner and overnight stay at Mweya Safari Lodge or Engazi Game Lodge.

Day 2: Game Drive and Launch Cruise

After breakfast, you’ll go on a morning game drive in the Kasenyi sector, where you’ll see lots of small and big game.

3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park
Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel

Later, you’ll go on a launch cruise along the Kazinga channel, which is known for having a lot of crocodiles and where you might see a variety of water birds and animals coming down to drink and take a bath. Same as above, dinner and overnight at the inn.

Day 3: Back to Kampala and Departure

After breakfast, you will travel back to Kampala, stopping along the way for lunch in Mbarara and, if you missed it on Day 1, for photos and an experiment at the equator. Go to Kampala and arrive there in the late afternoon. Drop off at your accommodation at the Entebbe or Kampala airport in preparation for your next trip.

End of the Queen Elizabeth Uganda Safari

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