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4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Express

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Get ready to explore the amazing features of this 2nd largest National Park of Uganda with this superb safari. Expect a variety of wildlife, birds & unique natural wonders; a combination of craters lakes, Salty Lake (Lake Katwe), the stunning views of the Rwenzori Mountains, Mweya Peninsular with a wide variety of birds.


  • Game drives
  • Boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel
  • Chimp tracking
  • Bird watching
  • Visit the Equator
  • Scenic views
  • Cultural encounters
  • Explore Lake Katwe (Salt Lake)


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Day 1: Arrival & Transfer to the Hotel

Upon arrival at Entebbe International Airport, you will be received by a member of our team and transferred to your hotel in Kampala.
Arrive at the hotel & stay at leisure or have a brief Kampala City Tour depending on your arrival time (only possible with morning or early afternoon flights).

The city tour is conducted by an experienced local tour guide that knows his way around the city along with a comfortable air-conditioned safari vehicle. Visitors will visit popular historic cultural and religious sites that include Kasubi Tombs, Kabaka's Palace, Martyrs Shrine, and Uganda National Museum.

Day 2: Buffalo Safari Lodge, Southern Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day Itinerary
Travel to Queen Elizabeth N.P Via Fort Portal
Journey time: 6 – 7 Hours
Early breakfast & start off your journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park via Fort Portal Town, offering you stunning views of the tea estates, the Rwenzori Mountains & photo opportunity at the Equator & the Queen’s Pavilion. Upon arrival check into your lodge for lunch and enjoy a stay at leisure with an evening game drive.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in Western Uganda bordering DRC. It is the second-largest and one of Uganda’s most varied protected areas and it is strategically located in the Albertine Rift valley at the foot of the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains between lakes Edward and George.

Southern Queen Elizabeth National Park

Surrounded by other wonderful parks in the western region of Uganda, the Queen Elizabeth National Park is known for its rich biodiversity, wildlife, and history. In the southern part of the park, the remote Ishasha sector is home to tree-climbing lions that spend long lazy days dozing in the pretty fig trees. The Uganda Kob, which they watch from the branches, grazes the plains.
Around Lake Edward, enjoy fishing and game watching - make sure to look out for chimpanzees, elephants, crocodiles, and perennial and migratory bird species.
Overnight: Engiri Game Lodge/ Buffalo Safari Lodge / Mazike Valley Lodge
Full Board - Dinner, Bed, Breakfast, and Lunch
Tea, Coffee, and Soft Drinks Included

Day 3: Buffalo Safari Lodge, Southern Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day Itinerary
Game Drive to Lake Katwe & A boat Cruise
After an early breakfast, start off your day by exploring the flora and fauna of this amazing national park. Expect to see a variety of animals & birds:
604 species of birds like the African fish eagle, yellow-billed stork among others.
Cats like lions, Leopard, Cervical, etc.
Candid like side stripped jackal
Civets, Genet, and mongooses.
Elephants, buffalos, hippos
As you wind up with the game drive proceed to Lake Katwe; this lake is far too salty to support aquatic life, though since the 16th Century it has ensured the survival of locals, who spend most of their days extracting salt from its milky waters. Explore the tough & the fascinating process of local salt mining. Return to the lodge for lunch after here.
After lunch go for a boat cruise on Kazinga Channel
Cruise Kazinga Channel so as to see various wild animals as they come down to the water and cool off. By engaging in this activity expect:
A wide variety of birds, mostly water inhabitants
Crocodiles & snakes
Buffaloes & hippos cooling off & enjoying freshwater
See fishing communities from the boat
View of Mweya Peninsular right from Kazinga Channel
Information from a professional tour guide, regarding the birds, animals, and the park history
Spend the rest of the evening at leisure.
Game Drive in the Morning
Visit Lake Katwe & explore the salt works
Boat cruise on Kazinga Channel
Bird watching inclusive

Full Board - Dinner, Bed, Breakfast, and Lunch
Tea, Coffee, and Soft Drinks Included

Day 4: End of Itinerary

Day Itinerary
Depart Via Kampala City for Entebbe & Departure
Journey Time: 7 - 8 Hours
Enjoy an early breakfast & immediately embark on your journey to Entebbe.
En route, you will have a stopover at the equator for some demonstrations, souvenir shopping, and a photo moment.
On arrival in Entebbe, you will check-in for your flight back home.

1. The journey time(s) stated in the itinerary is an estimation and it is subject to variation depending on traffic and road conditions.

2. Listed accommodation options are subject to availability at the time of booking. If not available, similar properties will be considered.

Photo opportunity at the Equator

Bed and Breakfast


  • 3 Nights’ accommodation
  • Meals on full board basis
  • Daily breakfast & mineral water
  • All park entry fees
  • Game drives & boat cruise
  • All ground transfers & 2-way airport transfer
  • Services of an English – speaking tour guide
  • Fuel for the round trip
  • Transfers in a 4X4 land cruiser (Window seat guaranteed)
  • AMREF health evacuation cover
  • Meals & snacks outside accommodation
  • En Route-lunches
  • Medical & Travel Insurance
  • All drinks alcoholic & non-alcoholic
  • Expenses of a personal nature
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Outbound airline ticket

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