This 2 Days Tree Climbing Lions' Tour transfers you to Ishasha plains situated in Queen Elizabeth national park the second biggest national park in Uganda. It is popular for and the only park with tree climbing lions. It is found in the south western part of Uganda with a spectacular view of the Rwenzori Mountains in its background. With the Kazinga channel running through the park, joining Lake Albert to Lake George.
2 Days Tree Lions' Tour
Hotel pickup - Your also returned back to your hotel.
Queen Elizabeth National Park has a variety of birds and animals to see. These include four of the big five that is the lion, buffalo, elephant and leopard. Other animals in the park include hippos, different species of antelopes like the Uganda kob, bushbucks, waterbucks, topis and a lot more.
You will be picked from the airport or your hotel at 06:30 am and will be briefed on how the trip will go. Heading to the southwest of Uganda you will stop by the equator at Mpigi for some experiments and photos for memories. As you continue to your destination through Masaka - Lyantonde - Mbarara you will enjoy a fascinating view of the green hills, tea plantations, farms and a lot more.
Have lunch in Mbarara after your visit to the Igongo cultural center and proceed to the park. As you approach the park, you will see Lake Ruturo in the shape of the map of Africa in Kasese as the aerial view of the park ushers you in.
We shall spot many elephants, waterbucks and if lucky also spot leopards as they are common through the Katunguru trail or gate.
Wake up to the beautiful sunrise as you prepare for the morning game drive and also tree climbing lions tracking. This is mostly on the ishasha sector as you exit the park. You will have a stopover at the Nyungu green Crater Lake and proceed back to Kampala to end your trip.
2 Days Tree Climbing Lions' Tour in the Ishasha plains of Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda
This 2 days tree climbing lions tour safari sights you to the tree climbing lions at queen elizabeth national park, spot many elephants, waterbucks and if lucky also spot leopards as they are common through the Katunguru trail or gate.
— Ssenyonga Moses
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