2 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari Wildlife Uganda
This 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Park safari wildlife Uganda will reward our client with a great opportunity of having an amazing game drive in the park seeing, Uganda kobs, elephants, buffaloes, warthogs, and elusive leopards to list a few.
You will have a boat ride on the Kazinga channel where you will spot different bird species like kingfishers then watch animals like crocodiles, hippos in the water, and elephants, buffaloes, and warthog drinking water at lake shores.
Brief Itinerary – 2 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari
- Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park and afternoon boat cruise
- Day 2: Short game drive and Kalinzu chimp tracking
Included on the trip
- Mineral water
- Park fees
- English speaking driver
Detailed Itinerary – 2 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari Wildlife Uganda
Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park and afternoon boat cruise
The company driver will meet you from the hotel or place of residence; he will brief you and then set off for the journey to Queen Elizabeth national park. We shall drive through Masaka to Mbarara highway with a brief stopover at the Uganda equator for a photoshoot and then proceed to the park for hot lunch at Tembo restaurant.
After lunch, we prepared for our boat cruise on the Kazinga channel. The boat takes about 2 hours with a lot to offer like; crocodiles busking by the lake shores, big schools of hippos and different animals swimming like the elephants and buffalos. After the cruise, we shall then do an evening game drive viewing more animals like the cats in action, herds of kobs, and elephants among others. Later we shall drive to our hotel for check-in.
Accommodation – Mweya Hotel, Kyambura game lodge, Enganzi, Twin’s lake safari lodge, Elephant Hab safari lodge, Buffalo lodge
Meal Plan: Dinner and Breakfast
Day 2: Morning game drive and Chimp tracking in Kalinzu forest
After our early breakfast, we shall take a short game drive at the Kasenyi plains in search of more game and also visit Lake Bunyampaka salt mine and later transfer to Kalinzu forest for chimp tracking. Depending on the movement of the chimp, the activity can take us about 2-4 hours. After tracking we then proceed to Mbarara for a hot lunch. After lunch, we start our drive to Kampala making several stopovers along the way for any capturing event.
About Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in southwest Uganda and the nearest city to the park is Kasese. The park covers an area of above 1,978 square kilometers.
The park was established in 1952 as Kazinga National Park but after two years it was renamed Queen Elizabeth National Park to commemorate the visit of Queen Elizabeth 2 in Uganda.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is home to over 95 mammal species, 600 bird species, and 10 primate species that include chimpanzees, red-tailed monkeys, white and black colobus monkey, olive baboon, and vervet monkey among others, then the predators in the park include lions, leopard, side-striped jackal and spotted hyena.
The mammals in Queen Elizabeth national park include buffalo, elephant, mongoose, and hippo to mention a few.