As we begin our safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park, we need to get out of Kampala as soon as possible to avoid traffic. At the equator, pause for coffee and photos. Continue on through villages with agricultural regions until you reach the escarpment with spectacular limitless views over Queen Elizabeth national park, where you will see lush green tea estates in a thick green belt. Depending on the time, you’ll have lunch either along the route or at the resort. Check into the lodge and spend the late afternoon walking about the village or admiring the view from your room.
Start the day with an early game drive to see a variety of creatures, including Big 5 members Elephants, Buffalos, big cats- Lions, Leopards, warthogs- Hunchback carnivals like Hyenas are observed along the Circuits as we drive along the, and many more species that call this park home. As we approach the Flamingoes in the salt lakes at Kasenyi, there is a diverse bird life, particularly our version of storks in the wetland spots. After lunch, we prepare for a 2 hour boat tour on the famous Kazinga channel, a 36-kilometer channel that connects Lake George and Lake Edward. You can see both land and water from this vantage point. Adapted Hippopotamuses yawning, the National Geographical Society Killing Machine the Nile Crocodile gaping along the Banks, and the Savannah variant of Pigs the Warthog- Pumba are all signature signs in this Animal Home. With your binoculars, you may see birds and animals such as the ever-playing African Elephants in the water all around the peninsula.
You’re going chimp trekking in Kalinzu woodland this morning. Take a stroll in the forest and meet the chimps for an unique encounter. After the trek, drive back to Kampala, stopping at the equator and having lunch in Masaka. We’ve reached the conclusion of our safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park, so we’ll drive back to Kampala.
Visit three of Uganda’s amazing national parks. Trek chimps in Kibale Forest National Park, see animals of the savanna on game-drive and boat-cruise in Queen Elizabeth National Park and trek Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park during this unforgettable […]
The amount of visitors to Queen Elizabeth NP each year demonstrates that it is Uganda’s most popular park. The park boasts the most diversified environments, making it home to a wide variety of bird, animal, insect, reptile, amphibian, and mammalian […]
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