Najanakumbi, Kampala, Uganda

3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day 1: Queen Elizabeth National Park

Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park, Crossing the Equator along the way with a lunch break at some point. Do a game drive on your way in as the park has over 98 Mammal species recorded and about 600 bird species going for both savannah and lowland forest species recorded. You may choose to have an evening game drive if time avails.

Day2: Game Drive and boat cruise

Embark on an early morning game drive that later leads us to an afternoon boat cruise. Queen Elizabeth boosts the highest biodiversity ranging from Grassland and Acacia savannah to low land rain forest, the mighty Lake Edward floods, ragged Papyrus swamps, explosion craters of the Great Albertine Rift.
A periphery of Hippos, buffalo herds, Elephant, Lion, the elusive Leopard, Giant forest Hog, Deffasa Water buck are some of the mammals that may surface; A wide range of birds species like Kingfishers, Pelicans, Fish eagles, true eagles, and waders; Primates like Olive baboon, Chimpanzee, Uganda’s endemic Grey cheeked Mangabey, Red tailed Monkey and Guereza Monkeys not forgetting the reptiles ranging from the African rock pythons to Mambas, puff udders, vipers, Cobras excetra… are part of the Eco system of this park that you may encounter.

Day3: Departure

We check out departing for Kampala after having a leisured breakfast stopping at the equator for souvenir shopping at leisure and any other business before proceeding to our preferred destination.