3 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife safari

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According to the number of visitors that visit each year, Queen Elizabeth National Park is the most popular park in Uganda. It was named after Queen Elizabeth II of England, who visited the park in 1952. The park boasts the most diversified environments, making it home to a wide variety of bird species, animals, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals.

It is well-known for its tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector, crater lakes, wooded gorges with chimps, Savannah plains, marshes, rivers, and the picturesque Kazinga channel, which is home to a wealth of species. The park boasts the most bird species of any protected area in Uganda and East Africa. The ‘underground’ forest has Chimpanzee tracking.

Safari Highlights

  • Game drives in Kasenyi plains
  • Boat cruise on Kazinga Channel


Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

For a wildlife safari in Uganda, go for Queen Elizabeth National Park, a mixture of wonders located in south western Uganda. This Uganda wildlife trip to Queen Elizabeth will allow you to experience breathtaking panoramas and sceneries in the Ugandan countryside. You will pass through agricultural areas with various individuals working or sitting at artisan booths or fresh fruit and vegetable markets. Most dwellings are near the road for easy access to transportation as well as for services such as power and water.

You will experience life in both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres during your stopover at the Equator monument. Lunch will be served in the Igongo Cultural Museum, which is the home of Ankore culture.

Instead, you can save your journey time by flying to Mweya airfield. This will give you time in the afternoon to go on a boat safari or a community tour.

Day 2: Game drive and boat safari on Kazinga channel

Enjoy this Uganda wildlife safari at Queen Elizabeth National Park, which provides an unforgettable African safari experience. The park has the most biodiversity of any protected region in East Africa. The day will begin very early with an early morning game drive touring the park on the Kasenyi plains in search of predators and grazers with your tour guide.

After returning to the resort for lunch or bringing a picnic lunch, you will go on a boat safari on Kazinga Channel, which connects Lake Edward and Lake George. This provides a fantastic opportunity to picture Hippos, Buffaloes, Elephants, and gorgeous bird species along the lake.

Day 3: Travel back to Kampala/ Entebbe

Your wildlife expedition is over, but the memories will last a lifetime. Leave towards Kampala, stop for lunch, and then go to your hotel or airport.