3 Days Wild Tour Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari Uganda
We invite you for this 3 Days Uganda Tour, it takes you to Queen Elizabeth National Park, home to 95 and plus species of mammals and over 500 species of birds.
You will enjoy a boat cruise on the Kazinga channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George. Some of the best wildlife viewings are done on a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, passing squacco herons, pied kingfishers, large numbers of buffalo and hippo, basking crocodiles, and very many different bird species and large mammals.
• Transportation – 4x4 Safari Landcruiser / Minivan (up to eight passengers) with pop-up tops and seven window seats for game viewing. Groups of twelve or more people who would like to travel in one vehicle are offered 25-28 seat coasters that have about 16 window seats.
Package excludes – Airfares, Visa fees, Personal insurance, Expenses of personal nature such as; drinks, tips, laundry, telephone, cigarettes, accommodation, and meals not indicated in the itinerary.
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What's included :
- 2x Breakfast
- 2x Dinner
- 2x Lunch
- Accommodation included: 2 nights
- Entry/Admission - Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Entry/Admission - Kazinga Channel
- Entry/Admission - Uganda Equator
What's excluded :
- Airfares, Visa fees and Personal insurance
- Expenses of personal nature such as; drinks, tips, laundry, telephone, and cigarettes
Day 1: Welcome To Uganda
Stop At: Lake Victoria, Entebbe Uganda
On your arrival, Kubwa Five Safaris representative with your name printed on an A4 paper will welcome you to Uganda at Entebbe airport and transfer you to Sky hotel | Bushpig Lodge
Sky hotel in Kampala located 10 Km from the city center towards Naalya Housing Estate, it has a capacity of 29 Rooms with twin beds taking up 58 guests, there is one restaurant, which is open from 7-10 am for breakfast. However, it is open for the rest of the day for meals.
Duration: 12 hours
Stop At: Kampala, Kampala, Central Region
Kampala was famously built on seven hills. Today’s capital of Uganda now sprawls haphazardly over more than 20 hills and is still expanding rapidly.
Kampala is dotted with colorful markets, including the frenetic Nakasero Market at the foot of Nakasero Hill, which sells fresh produce from eggs and chickens, to fish, halal meats, and all kinds of vivid vegetables, tubers, and fruit. Also try Kampala’s legendary Rolex – not a Swiss timepiece, but a popular street food combining an egg omelet and vegetables wrapped in a chapatti (flat, round bread made without yeast). A little further west, Owino Market sells all manner of goods from food and spices to pots, pans, and secondhand clothes.
For typical Ugandan souvenirs such as wood carvings, woven barkcloth mats and pots, decorated gourds, musical instruments, leather and sisal (a strong white fiber) baskets and textiles, head to the Uganda Arts & Crafts Village behind the National Theatre on Buganda Road.
Duration: 12 hours
Accommodation included: Sky Hotel or Bushpig Lodge, a 3-star hotel
Day 2: Travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Stop At: Queen Elizabeth National Park, 410 kilometers from Kampala, Kasese Uganda
Depart at 6:00am for your journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will have lunch on your way.
You will arrive in the afternoon, then head out for a game game drive in Queen Elizabeth national park aiming to catch the lions hunting in the evening. Lions usually hunt as the day dawns since the temperatures are cooler. We also expect to see the Uganda kob, elephants, buffalo, warthog, leopard and waterbuck.
Dinner and overnight at either Engiri Game lodge or Simba safari camp.
Duration: 1 day
Accommodation included: Engiri Game Lodge or Simba safari camp.
Day 3: Boat Cruise | Transferred to the Airport
Stop At: Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda
Begin the day with breakfast, and then embark on a drive to enjoy a boat cruise on Kazinga channel which connects Lake Edward and Lake George. Expect to see large numbers of buffalo and hippo.
We will then proceed back to Kampala making a stop at the Equator in Masaka for snacks, photographs and souvenirs. Arrive in Kampala later that evening and transferred to Entebbe for your departure flight.
Duration: 12 hours
Stop At: Uganda Equator, Masaka Road, Kayabwe Uganda
The Equator line in Uganda is found along the Masaka-Mbarara highway at what has become a small town called Kayabwe. This is the widely known landmark and the go-to for all looking to witness the Equator experiment and take photos. It is a popular activity.
The Equator at Kayabwe is a regular and recommended stopover for all tourists going to the western part of the country and those on their way back to Kampala or Entebbe.
Duration: 45 minutes
No accommodation included on this day.
Departure Point :Entebbe, Uganda
Traveler pickup is offered
On your arrival, Kubwa Five Safaris representative with your name printed on an A4 paper will welcome you to Uganda at Entebbe airport and transfer you to the hotel.Airports
- Entebbe Airport, Entebbe Uganda
Departure Time :9:00 AM
Return Detail :Returns to original departure point
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infant seats available
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
- Face masks required for travelers in public areas
- Face masks required for guides in public areas
- Face masks provided for travelers
- Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
- Social distancing enforced throughout experience
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Gear/equipment sanitized between use
- Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
- Regular temperature checks for staff
- Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
- Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.