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. The Park is home to about 100 mammal species, around 606 bird species you will be in line to see big numbers of antelopes, crocodiles, hippos, elephants, buffaloes, among others during game drives through the park.
Highlights of the safari
Day 1: Arrival and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Day 2: Morning Game Drive and Afternoon Boat trip along the Kazinga Channel
Day 3: Transfer back to Kampala
Day 1: Transfer from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park
On arrival you at Entebbe International Airport, you will be picked up by a Yaneta Safaris representative who doubles as your safari guide/ driver. He will brief you about your safari and you will embark on the 6 hours journey to Queen Elizabeth. Along the way, you will have few stopovers at the Equator, where you will take enough photographs and in Mbarara town at Agip Motel for your lunch.
Thereafter proceed to the park as you drive through the spectacular landscape characterized by open grasslands, Ankole long-horned cattle, tea plantations, the Rift valley Escarpment, and various woodlands. Reach the park in the late afternoon and have a game drive as you drive to your lodge. Have dinner and there spend an Overnight.
Day 2: Morning Game drive and Afternoon Boat trip along the Kazinga Channel
Begin your day with a delicious cup of coffee/tea before getting on with the game drive on different trails in the park including the along the Kasenyi trail. Along the Kasenyi trail, there is a great opportunity of seeing various animals like waterbucks, Uganda Kobs, elephants, buffaloes, lions, warthogs as well as various birds. After the drive, go back and have breakfast and also lunch at your lodge.
Later during the afternoon, you will take pleasure in cruising on a 2 hours boat safari along Kazinga channel that connects Lake George and Lake Edward, while on the boat you will see a good number of animals like Hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, warthogs, elephants, kobs among others and also a collection of birds like the malachite kingfishers, pink backed pelicans, on the banks and in trees. Have Dinner and Overnight.
Day 3: Transfer Back to Kampala/ Airport
With the superb memories of the past two days, you will enjoy a heavy and tasty breakfast. Then check out of the lodge, you could choose to have a primate walk in the park or not. Enjoy your lunch still along the way, also have a stopover at Mpambire drum center where you will see how drums are made by the locals and also be in a position to buy some souvenirs, proceed to Kampala, where you will be dropped off at your hotel in the evening.
A professional driver/guide
Round-trip airport transfer
Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees