2 Days Queen Elizabeth tour and safari to Uganda's second biggest national park (Queen elizabeth national park) gives you a chance to a memorable game drive to spot the tree climbing lions, buffaloes, kobs, warthogs, elephants, leopards, waterbucks and many more wildlife. Also you are taken for a boat ride on the Kazinga channel to spot many bird species like kingfishers, animals like buffaloes, elephants on the water banks and the crocodiles.
Kalinzu forest that is well known for chimpanzee tracking, bird watching destination and other different primate species is found within the proximity of Queen Elizabeth national park. It is about 65.8km from Queen Elizabeth national park park via mbarara kasese road.
Hotel pickup - Your also returned to your hotel.
The park (Queen Elizabeth national park) is situated in south-western Uganda. It lies on an area of 764 square miles (1,978 square kilometres) in a region of rolling plains east of Lake Edward and the foothills south of the Rwenzori Mountains.
The park is named after Queen Elizabeth II and was established in 1952. It is known for its wildlife; that is to say the hippopotamuses, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees. It is now a habitat to 95 species of mammals and over 500 bird species.
On our way to the park, we shall have a stopover at the Drum makers village, en-route Mbarara for our lunch and then continue to Queen Elizabeth National Park for a 3'Oclock boat ride on the 36km Kazinga Channel.
Expect to spot lots of bird and animal species; that is the hippos, elephants, buffaloes and crocodiles. We shall return at 5:00 pm and continue for an hours evening visit to Lake katwe Tourism Center for a chance of sighting the Flamingos, salt mining center and the fishing village.
Dinner and overnight at the Mweya Safari Lodge.
After our early morning breakfast or parked breakfast, we go for a morning game drive in search of elephants, buffaloes, Uganda kobs, tree climbing lions, leopards, hyenas, warthogs and many more of the wildlife.
Next is checking out of the park and drive back to Kampala or at your chosen address, but expecting a stopover at the Uganda Equator.
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