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Queen Elizabeth National Park: Known for its diverse ecosystems and wildlife, including tree-climbing lions.

Off you go to the Queen Elizabeth National Park where you’ll take a deep look into the beauty of Ugandan’s natural wilderness. This wonderful park features open landscapes characterized by grasslands that are interspersed by woodlands and murmuring lakes. See the tree-climbing lions at rest in trees probably enjoying the Qualities like tranquility and neatness are is opening where lions are seen climbing trees in search of food and this is a marvelous sight. The area also has opportunities for game viewing: go on a game drive to meet elephants, buffaloes, a variety of antelopes, and others, or take a boat trip through Kazinga Channel to see hippos and crocodiles. When in Queen Elizabeth National Park, people are rewarded with Stunning scenic views of the tropical countryside and magnificent wildlife.

Itinerary

This itinerary offers a comprehensive experience of Queen Elizabeth National Park, blending game drives, a boat safari, and chimpanzee tracking for an unforgettable adventure.

Day 1: Arrival and Afternoon Game Drive

Arrive in Entebbe or Kampala and transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park, a scenic 6-7 hour drive or a shorter flight. Check in at your lodge or camp and enjoy a leisurely lunch. In the late afternoon, embark on your first game drive in the Kasenyi Plains, where you can spot elephants, lions, buffaloes, and various antelope species. Return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 2: Morning Game Drive and Kazinga Channel Boat Safari

Start the day with an early morning game drive in the Mweya Peninsula, known for its diverse wildlife and picturesque landscapes. After breakfast at the lodge, spend the late morning at leisure or exploring the surrounding area. In the afternoon, enjoy a boat safari on the Kazinga Channel, a highlight of the park, where you can see hippos, crocodiles, and a wide array of birdlife up close. Return to the lodge for dinner and a relaxing evening around the campfire, followed by an overnight stay.

Day 3: Chimpanzee Tracking and Departure

After an early breakfast, head to Kyambura Gorge for an exciting chimpanzee tracking adventure. Explore the lush forest and try to spot these fascinating primates in their natural habitat. Following the trek, return to the lodge for lunch and check out. Begin your transfer back to Entebbe or Kampala, or continue to your next destination.

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Important Information

Packing Tips:

  • Light, breathable clothing for daytime.
  • Warm layers for early mornings and evenings.
  • Binoculars and a good camera.
  • Sun protection: hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Comfortable walking shoes for trekking.

Additional Notes:

  • Make sure to carry enough water and snacks.
  • Always follow the guide’s instructions and respect wildlife.
  • Consider a guided safari for a more informative experience.

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