Queen Elizabeth national park is the second largest national park in Uganda and a renowned UNESCO heritage site with remarkable biodiversity. The flora and fauna in this park is persuasive and it boasts an amazing ecosystem.
Day 01: Arrival and Transfer
Set off from Kampala and head to Queen Elizabeth national park, located on the foothills of Mountain Rwenzori in Kasese using the Masaka-Mbarara road. Stop over at Mpamire drum makers and the equator for photographs. After checking in at your accommodated place take some time off to relax, you can either do an evening game drive in the Mweya Peninsula. You will spot buffaloes, warthogs, antelopes and elephants or you can visit the Lake Katwe town with its appealing display of crater lakes.
Meal plan: Lunch and Dinner
Day 02: Queen Elizabeth National Park Game viewing
Wake up early, take breakfast then start with a game view of Kasenyi plains. You are likely to see black and white colobus monkeys, bush buck, Uganda Kob, topi, Defassa waterbuck, and Cape buffaloes. A cluster of birds like Cassin’s grey flycatcher, broad billed roller, black bee-eater along the banks of Lake Edward. Return to the accommodation for a hot lunch; then in afternoon go for a launch cruise on Kazinga channel along Lake George-Lake Edward, come eye-eye with enormous hippos, crocodiles, leopards though infrequent. Zoologists should look out for over 550 resident species like flamingos, red chest, papyrus Gonolek, pink backed pelicans, malachite kingfishers, yellow crown, pink backed pelicans, water thick-knee, yellow billed stork, shoebill stock.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 03: Departure
After sunrise and a delightful breakfast at respite and head off to Kampala not forgetting to stopover in Fort Portal for lunch.
This marks the end of this trip. We’ll drop you off to the airport to catch up with your flight.