Queen Elizabeth National Park is considered to be the second largest park in the country. It offers game drive as well as boat cruises to enjoy several kinds of wild animals. It is also well known for climbing lions that can be seen in Ishasha. Those interested in primates are encouraged to trek chimpanzees in Kyambura gorge.
Three days Queen Elizabeth National Park Tour
BUDGET: $390 (per person in group of four) – $1068 solo traveler (Bed&Breakfast)
MID-RANGE: $600 (per person in group of four) – $1488 solo traveler (full board)
LUXURY: $1380 (per person in group of four) – $2532 solo traveler (full board)
Prices can vary according to the number of travelers in the group. For more details please contact us.
The drive from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park normally takes about 7 hours, depending on Kampala traffic and the weather. Your guide will pick you up from the hotel after the early breakfast.
The first stop will be at the equator, the point at which the northern and southern hemispheres are divided. Next stop will be for hot lunch. After the lunch the drive will continue straight to your lodge in Queen Elizabeth NP.
The best time to see a wide range of wildlife is early in the morning. You will start your game drive after the breakfast. The park is endowed with wide range of wild animal species including but not limited to elephants, lions, buffaloes, leopards, hyenas, impalas, waterbucks, bush buckers and Uganda cobs. Because of wildlife, not all of them are guaranteed.
Later you will find a place to relax and have lunch after the game drive as you get ready for the boat tour on Kazinga channel. Best time for this activity is in the afternoon when animals have gone to cool off and drink some water. You can expect to see number of bird species. Animals like hippos and crocodiles are often seen on this boat tours.
After the full day of touring you will get back to the lodge to freshen up and have a dinner.
On this day you will take some time to appreciate Ugandan nature as you drive back to your hotel in Kampala/Entebbe.
– 4×4 Vehicle fuel and driver guide
– Equator fee
– Park entrance fee
– Boat fee
– Bottled drinking water
– Game drive
Driving to Queen Elizabeth National Park can be easily combined with Lake Mburo National Park, Lake Bunyonyi and Pygmy village visit, Rwenzori Gorilla Tracking or Fort Portal visit.