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3 Days 2 Nights North Queen Elizabeth National Park

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Tour Details

Enjoy 3 days in the most visited national park in Uganda. The park was named after the late Queen Elizabeth of England after she had visited Uganda in 1954. A 3 days stay in the northern side of the park will have you enjoy a boat cruise on the famous kazinga channel that connects Lake Edward to Lake George and also spend hours with the lion researchers to get to know more about the prides in their dens.

The perfect way to explore the jungle!

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
Itinerary Summary
  • Day 1Arrive at Entebbe International airport. Connect to your mid- morning scheduled flight to Kasese Airstrip. Meet your guide at Kasese Airstrip and transfer to Kingfisher Lodge in Queen Elizabeth National park. Afternoon Game drive.
  • Day 2Morning lion tracking. Afternoon scheduled kazinga channel boat cruise. Dinner and overnight at Kingfisher Lodge.
  • Day 3Transfer back to Kasese Airstrip for morning scheduled flight to Entebbe International airport. End of services.
Itinerary

Day 1
Arrive at Entebbe International airport. Connect to your mid-morning scheduled flight to Kasese Airstrip. Meet your guide at Kasese Airstrip and transfer to Kingfisher lodge in Queen Elizabeth National park. Afternoon Game drive.

You need to be at Entebbe International Airport by 0900hrs so as check in for the1000hrs departure flight to Kasese Airstrip from Entebbe Airport.

Domestic flight Expert tips

Internal flights – Luggage allowance – all domestic flights with in Uganda have luggage restrictions that range from aircraft size, it could be combined as body and luggage but mainly luggage is restricted to 15kgs per person in soft bags and the weight payload per person is 75kgs per person majorly for safety purposes. You could need to book an extra seat for weight allowance.

Meet your safari guide at Kasese Airstrip and transfer to King fisher lodge in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The drive time is approximately 2 and half hours. Queen Elizabeth National park has been in existence since 1952 and was initially called Kazinga channel national park but the name was later changed to Queen Elizabeth National Park after a visit by Queen Elizabeth ii of England. Queen Elizabeth spreads over 1978 square kilometers in the western arm of the rift valley.

The home to the big five including tree climbing lions in the ishasha sector, buffalo, elephant, hippo and leopard is the most visited park of all Uganda national parks, its rich eco system with diversity of flora and fauna from the savannah grassland, humid forests, lakes, wetlands has made it an ideal habitat for so many wild life including mammals, reptiles, primates and over 600 bird species

The park offers sighting to some of the most famous physical features in Uganda like the kazinga channel which joins Lake Edward and George with its banks lined with elephants, hippos, buffaloes and different bird species, sight of Mountain Rwenzori steep escarpments, numerous crater lakes flooded with flamingos, maramagambo forest one of the largest surviving natural forest.

Once at Kingfisher lodge, check in and relax in your room or at the lounge before you embark on the afternoon game drive through the savannah wilderness in your safari vehicle searching for the diversity of wildlife in Queen Elizabeth National park including buffalo, elephants, Uganda kobs.

Return to your lodge for dinner and overnight.

Kingfisher lodge is located on the Northern outskirts of Queen Elizabeth National park with a range of room types like the suite, cottages and all room are self-contained and have hot water from the water heaters. Enjoy drinks from the well-stocked bar and restaurant, the swimming pool is open for both kids and adults, the lodge has a secure parking and a 24/7 security patrol, the parlor and spa are available for a refreshment.

Day 2
Morning lion tracking. Afternoon scheduled kazinga channel boat cruise.

After your delicious breakfast, meet your safari guide to transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Queen Elizabeth National park has been in existence since 1952 was initially called Kazinga channel national park but the name was later changed to Queen Elizabeth National Park after a visit by Queen Elizabeth ii of England. Queen Elizabeth spreads over 1978 square kilometers in the western arm of the rift valley.

The home to the big five including tree climbing lions in the ishasha sector, buffalo, elephant, hippo and leopard is the most visited park of all Uganda national parks, its rich eco system with diversity of flora and fauna from the savannah grassland, humid forests, lakes, wetlands has made it an ideal habitat for so many wild life including mammals, reptiles, primates and over 600 bird species

The park offers sighting to some of the most famous physical features in Uganda like the kazinga channel which joins Lake Edward and George with its banks lined with elephants, hippos, buffaloes and different bird species, sight of Mountain Rwenzori steep escarpments, numerous crater lakes flooded with flamingos, maramagambo forest one of the largest surviving natural forest.

Queen Elizabeth National park is a cat family sustainable and conservation unit with over 250 large cats spread in both mweya and ishasha sectors including lions, leopards. Apart from the usual lions, QENP is a home to the rare but famous tree climbing lions in the world in the southern sector of the park that can be seen on a game drive. However the predator tracking activity is done in the north peninsular of Mweya in the kasenyi plains.

After registration at the Park Entrance with the rangers, meet your researcher and proceed to look out for the cat family in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Lion tracking in Queen Elizabeth is more of a researcher activity done in 3 sessions like the early morning, afternoon and night and goes for about 2 – 3 hours with your researcher who informs you of the rules and regulations of the tracking before you proceed to the savanna regions.

The researcher uses the radio collars to track the predators and their movements on and off the demarcated tracks. It being a research project the number of people is limited hence an advance booking is important.

Upon sighting the lions, the researcher will turn off the vehicle engine to avoid disrupting the lions, you will learn and monitor how they feed, behave, defense mechanisms and watch how the juveniles play among others. The data collected is used to better understand the lives and ways of the predators.

Return to the lodge for lunch and relaxation before proceeding for either the 1400hrs or 1600hrs boat cruise on Kazinga Channel. Embark on the 3 hours boat cruise on the kazinga channel – a water way that connects Lake Edward to Lake George. Possible sightings include herds of elephant, buffalo and antelope, families of warthog, large groups of hippo, and crocodiles basking on the shore. Kazinga shores are a haven for numerous birds, including many migratory species as they make their way south to warmer climates.

The boat cruise can be done in the morning or in the afternoon basing on your preference.

Return to the Kingfisher lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3
Transfer back to Kasese Airstrip for morning scheduled flight to Entebbe International airport.

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