Three days trip with one full day of wildlife wonders in one of Uganda preferred National Park. You will be looking for animals both on land and on water. It involves one boat cruise, a game drive and a list of cultural encounters to select from. Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second largest and oldest park of Uganda. It is a landscape of natural wonders with a range of habitat including wetlands, forests, water bodies, Savannah, forests and a rich cultural heritage. The park is home to over 90 mammal species including the famous tree climbing lions in Ishasha, up to ten primate species, and 600 bird species of which a good number are endemic. The park offers very high opportunity of finding migratory birds on their journey to and from Europe. If you choose to visit lake Munyanyange next to Lake Edward in Katwe, you May have a chance to find flamingos in certain seasons of the year. Queen Elizabeth is also human biosphere giving guests an opportunity to witness local communities living with wildlife in and outside the park.
Today, arrive to your hotel in queen Elizabeth National park, from the previous location. On arrival, check in the hotel and proceed to the Kazinga channel boat cruise to witness the large herds of wildlife in the jungle on the two hours journey. On the cruise, you will be looking for an assortment of water and land animals in Queen Elizabeth national park. Common site is hippos, elephants, waterbuck, Nile crocodile, buffalo and a range of birds. After the cruise, return to the hotel for dinner and overnight at the elephant home.
You will take breakfast at 6:00am and join the guide to participate in the safari drive on the Kasenyi tracks in the northern sector of the park. You should preferably reach there when the cats are still in action. We will be looking for the pride of lions. Lions are commonly trailed by the hyenas during the hunt. The game drive will go on up to 10:00am. At day break, we will look for other games including Buffalo, elephants, Uganda cobs, water-bucks, warthogs and other mainly congregated in large and small herds. Return to lunch, after which you have chances of participating in the community experiences. Options include; the salt mining tour, the crater lakes tour, the village walk, traditional dance performance. After the evening activity, you may choose to take a short evening game drive before you return to dinner and overnight.
Take a relaxed breakfast and check-out in the best time to return to Kampala.
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- Meals: 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts
- Safari: Private 4wd safari car with fuel and English speaking driver guide
- Accommodation: 2 nights at the Elephant home community lodge
- Activities: park entrance, boat cruise, safari drive,
Upgrade available on demand:
- Any community activity of choice
- All bar drinks including water
- Insurance cover
- Arrival and departure transport to and from Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Single supplement
- Arrival and departure transport
- Accommodation hotel
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