- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
- Trip Excludes
The 3 days Safari will take you to Uganda’s most visited National Park- Queen Elizabeth National Park one of; it covers an area 1,978 sq.km, found in the Western part of the country, approximately 376 km from Kampala. It is classified with various ecosystems such as the dazzling lakes, Kazinga channel, extensive savannah, humid forests and also lush wetlands.
- Travel to Queen Elizabeth National park
- Game drive
- Boat cruise in the afternoon along the kazinga
- The Equator
- Road trip back to Kampala
Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National park
In the morning after you breakfast, you will drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park, make a stop at the Equator and take the chance to stand with one foot on either side on the southern and northern hemisphere, then continue to Mbarara Town for a lunch break. Thereafter proceed to the main destination Queen Elizabeth National Park, check in at your lodge and have a relaxed evening.
Overnight: Enganzi game lodge
Game-drive and boat-cruise in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Wake up early in the morning for a game-drive in the Kasenyi part of Queen Elizabeth national park. Here you have the chance of seeing lions, elephants, buffaloes, an abundance of birds and more. After lunch your guide takes you to the afternoon boat-cruise on Kazinga channel. This two-hour boat ride is a great highlight were you for example can look for hippos, crocodiles, elephants and warthogs along the shores of the channel.
Overnight: Pumba Safari Lodge
Chimpanzee Trekking and Transfer to Kampala/Entebbe Airport
After breakfast, drive to Kalinzu forest for Chimpanzee Tracking. after the experience with our close relatives, continue to Kampala/Entebbe. Along the way you will make a stop for lunch in Masaka or Mbarara depending on the time. You have now reached the end of your Queen Elizabeth safari and your guide drops you off in Kampala/Entebbe
Park fees (For non-residents)
All activities (Unless labeled as optional)
All accommodation (Unless listed as upgrade)
A professional driver/guide
All transportation (Unless labeled as optional)
Roundtrip airport transfer
Meals (As specified in the day-by-day section)
Drinking water (On all days)
International flights (From/to home)
Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
Tips (Tipping guideline US$10.00 pp. per day)
Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the Western Region of Uganda, spanning the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, and Rukungiri. The park is approximately 400 kilometres (250 mi) by road south-west of Kampala capital city.
You can reach Queen Elizabeth national park from Kampala, a six (6hr) drive, through Masaka, Mbarara and Bushenyi towns to Kasese. You can also use another route to reach Queen Elizabeth national park from Kampala to Mityana, through Mubende then Fort Portal town to Kasese Town, a distance of approximately 360 km.
30 April 1954
The Queen visited Uganda on 28–30 April 1954 and 21–24 November 2007, the latter time to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2007. The Kazinga National Park, in the west of Uganda, was renamed Queen Elizabeth National Park in 1954 to commemorate her visit.