We take you to Queen Elizabeth National Park, one of Uganda's most frequented national parks, on this 3-day safari. The park is set against the backdrop of the snowcapped Mountain Rwenzori National Park, which is one of Africa's beautiful mountains and tallest block mountain.
You will go on a wildlife safari in search of Africa's Big 4 cats, a boat trip on Kazinga channel in search of water dwellers and photo opportunities near the magnificent equator monument. Entebbe International Airport is where you will be picked up and dropped off.
Our professionalsafari guide will gladly pick you up from the arrival point for a 6-7 hours’ picturesque journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda. The journey may take several hours, but the scenery, lively trading towns, happy inhabitants and variety of plantations in the countryside provide a mesmerizing vibe. You'll stop for lunch at one point before driving into your resort for supper and a night rest later.
After hearty breakfast at the lodge, head out into the bush for a three to four-hour game drive through the Kasenyi sector and other savannah regions. This medley of wonders is home to variety of animals, birds and vegetation, which can be viewed on a lucky day. Lions, African elephants, Cape Buffaloes, warthogs, Uganda Kobs and variety of other animals are among them. The landscape, primates like baboons and rare tree species are some of the other things to look out for during the expedition.
After the morning game drive, enjoy a light lunch and some refreshments before embarking on a three-hour boat ride down the mesmerism Kazinga Channel, which is home to hippos, crocodiles and numerous birds, not to mention mammals that frequent the lakeside for water and rest. Dinner and a relaxed evening.
Check out of the resort and proceed on a 6-7-hour return transfer to Kampala/Entebbe international airport after greeting your intestines with a wonderful cup of coffee at sunrise. There will be a photo and lunch stop at the equator in Mpigi. The equator is a marginal line that separates the northern and southern hemispheres of the world. Uganda is one of the fortunate 13 countries in the planet to have crossed the line.
End of Safari.