This is a 4 days Uganda Tour Holiday to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This tour starts and ends in Kampala. It takes you to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Uganda’s second largest national park located on the savannah plains below the Rwenzoris. The park hosts a wide variety of flora and fauna. The great game of Africa hosted within this conservation area includes elephants, lions, buffaloes, a profusion of hippos, elusive giant forest hogs and leopards among others. These animals are regularly sighted around the tourist village of the Mweya Peninsula - which also boasts a marvelous waterfront setting in the shadow of the Rwenzori Mountains.. The park is famous for its 500 species of birds that include kingfishers, falcons, and eagles. It also boasts a gorge that hosts the fast moving chimpanzees. On this Uganda Safari, take game viewing within the park, see the tree-climbing lions, elephant, hippos, buffalos, antelopes, baboons, and take a chimpanzee trek in the Kyambura Gorge.


Day 1: Arrival
Arrive at Entebbe International Airport and be transferred to Kampala city for a City Tour. Visit Namirembe Cathedral. Walk through the city centre, the Uganda Parliament, the National Theatre, visit the Kasubi Tombs: which portrays the Ganda Culture, and Bahai Temple. Overnight at Sheraton Hotel or Hotel Africana (BB)

Day 2: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
After breakfast, head for Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is situated at the foot of the Rwenzoris Mountains, protecting over 200 sq km of Rift Valley Savanna, interspersed with patches of forest and crater lakes thus an thought for a safari. At your arrival, carry out a launch trip along the Kazinga Channel. You will scrutinize the concentration of water birds, hippos and crocodiles which is amazing. The bird species includes the black bee- eater, 11 types of king fisher, and several species of falcons, eagles and the raptors and many more. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge /Jacana Safari Lodge / Institute of Ecology (FB)

Day 3: Game drive and chimpanzee tracking
Early morning game drive in the Park, to see wildlife like elephants, lions, Uganda Kobs, spotted hyenas and the leopard plus many others. In the afternoon, head to Kyambura gorge for the chimpanzee trekking. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge /Jacana Safari Lodge / Institute of Ecology (FB)

Day 4: Departure
Checkout afterwards and a journey back to Kampala, on the way we stop at Masaka for lunch, back toward Kampala stopping at Nabusanke Trading Center where you can stand on the equator, also buy some souvenirs and crafts then on to Mpambire where you can observe the Buganda Royal Drum Makers and even buy a few, back on our homeward journey where we arrive in Kampala in the late afternoon. Overnight at Hotel Africana or Sheraton Hotel

End of Uganda Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park