3 Days Kibale Forest National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari
The 3 Days Kibale Forest National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari package takes us through two national parks that are pretty close to each other; we visit Kibale National Park, which is located in the southwestern part of the Uganda Corridor and is one of the lowland basins occupied by a the calmness of montane forests where the world’s friend of Man lives in the spanning evergreen forest that spans 766 kilometers in size. It was gazetted in 1932 and fully formed in 1993 to conserve a wide tract of forest and its friendly inhabitants, chimps.
- Day 1: Travel to kibale national park for a Chimpanzee tracking Safari
- Day 2: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park
- Day 3: Return to Kampala/ Entebbe Airport
- Chimpanzee tracking
- Game drive
- Boat cruise
Day 1: Travel to kibale national park for a Chimpanzee tracking Safari
Wake up early in the morning for breakfast on the first day of your 3 Days Kibale Forest National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari, then a professional tour guide from monumental expeditions will inform you on the entire schedule before you depart at 6 a.m. This saves us from being stuck in traffic and allows us to arrive at the park early. Expect a lunch stop in Fort Portal before continuing on your tour.
You will arrive at the park about 2pm to check in at the lodge and prepare for the chimp trekking in Kibale forest, which takes around 4 hours. Our knowledgeable guide will transport you to the park headquarters for a briefing on chimp trekking before meeting with the wildlife ranger who will accompany you to the jungle.
Come face to face with the chimps as they swing, pant hoot, shout to identify their mates, smack the tree bars, eat, nest, hunt, and exhibit their new nests. This encounter with man’s “cousins” is memorable. During the Chimpanzee tracking adventure, you will see bird species such as the long-tailed cock, among others. You may also see primates such as red colobus monkeys, the uncommon L’hotse’s monkey, blue monkeys, and the Uganda mangabey. You will return to the Lodge for supper after the walk.
Day 2: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park
Get up early to prepare for a nature tour around the Bigodi wetlands. The Bigodi marshes are located on the forest’s eastern boundary. Observe several bird species such as waxbills, weavers, cuckoos, kingfishers, and fly chancers. You will get the opportunity to witness several sorts of monkeys such as blue monkeys, red colobus monkeys, warthogs, and antelopes.
Enjoy the gorgeous Flora scenery with many species, snap photos, and enjoy the tour in the center of the tropic forest. After lunch, prepare to go to Queen Elizabeth National Park with our knowledgeable driver/guide. Our next destination will be Queen Elizabeth. After that, check into the resort and prepare for the afternoon boat cruise.
You will come across herds of hippos, buffalos, crocodiles, and a variety of bird species; the Kazinga channel draws a wide range of wildlife, so be prepared. After the boat journey, you will spend an hour with the locals salt mining at Lake Katwe, seeing how they mine the salt bars out of the water. And then return to the lodge for dinner.
Day 3: Return to Kampala/ Entebbe Airport
Wake up early in the morning for a cup of tea and prepare for the Kasenyi route, where you will see many species like as elephants, lions, buffaloes, Uganda kob, antelopes, and on a good day, leopards. Following your experience with animals in Queen Elizabeth Park, your driver/guide will transport you back to Kampala through the Mbarara road.
Shoot a break near the equator, where the sun crosses through Africa, and take photos for memories in the center of the imaginary line connecting the north and south poles. There are artisan stores around the equator where you may buy a keepsake. Return to the road after this adventure. Drive there and prepare for your trip.
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