This 3-day safari gives you an ultimate opportunity of spotting various mammals in Queen Elizabeth national park, which harbors approximately 100 species of mammals and roughly 606 species of birds. The park is the most visited in the country because of its unmatched product range, ranging from reptiles such as Hippos, and crocodiles in Kazinga Channel, forest hogs, to the Uganda Kobs found around the Mweya central peninsular. At the same place, you can get the opportunity of spoting the tree climbing lions resting high on the tree Branches in Ishasha sector in the southern part.
Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park from Kampala
Upon your arrival at the airport, our professional guide will gladly welcome you to the pearl of Africa, starting the trip with a briefing on the entire activities at the park. While on your journey to the park, take a coffee break at the equator for a cup of cappuccino and to witness the magical demonstration of how the equator crosses the earth and its effect.
Take some photos before proceeding with the journey, and upon reaching Mbarara, have lunch. The spectacular views of the beautiful plantations, breathtaking sceneries, rift valley escapements and the magnificent Rwenzori Mountain will satisfy your eyes way through to the park. Check-in to your lodge for dinner and overnight upon arrival.
Day 2: Have a morning Game Drive and Kazinga channel launch cruise in the afternoon
Start your bright morning with a cup of coffee before driving to Kasenyi trail where you get the chances of catching the sights of some gems such as elephants, lions, waterbucks, buffaloes, Uganda Kobs, warthogs plus several birds, after, drive back to the lodge for lunch and some refreshment.
Afterwards, head to Kazinga channel for an unforgettable boat cruise where you will have a chance of spotting several aquatic animals such as crocodiles, school of Hippos among others, relaxing at the lake shores. In addition, there are also warthogs, elephants, waterbuck and many others quenching thirst on the lake shores. Return to the lodge for sweet slumber and dinner.
Day 3: Wild Chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura gorge. Departure to Kampala
After a very delicious breakfast, drive to Kyambura gorge for a nature walk in an underground forest where you have chances of encountering numerous primates such as Chimpanzees, Baboons, monkeys and many more.
Also, you will spot different types of trees on which forest elephants feed. When this walk in the jungle is done, you will embark on your journey to Kampala.
Stop at the equator where you will enjoy lunch and then proceed to your lodge in Kampala or off to Entebbe airport for your flight back home.
End of the Trip