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Lions in Uganda

Brief information about the tour

The 3-day Queen Elizabeth National Park safari takes you to the second-biggest national National Park in Uganda, sheltering about 100 species of mammals and over 606 bird species, including hippopotamus, forest hogs, and Uganda kobs, which are usually spotted on the impressive Mweya Peninsula, which has a beautiful waterfront within the Mountain Rwenzori shadows. The Ishasha Section is well known for having tree-climbing lions and the Maramagambo Forest, which is a shelter for a number of beautiful monkeys plus birds, and there are different birds. The crater lakes therein contain a huge number of attractive flamingos (pink), whereas chimpanzees there are sheltered in the Kyambura Gorge.

This 3-day Queen Elizabeth National Park tour package is well equipped with the best tour activities in this specific tour area.

Day-by-Day Tour Summary

  • Day 1: Transfer from Kampala-QENP
  • Day 2: Game drive and Boat cruise
  • Day 3: Back to Kampala & Departure.

Day 1 of the 3-day Queen Elizabeth National Park safari: Transfer from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Have breakfast in the morning and then drive through to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Approaching the National Park from Kampala through Mbarara, about 420 km, you will have a stopover at the Equator, take photos, and have lunch in the same town. Then proceed to the National Park in the afternoon and get ready for the afternoon game drive. or you can move through Fort Portal via Kasese about 410 km and the duration is about 5–6 hours from Kampala on a tarmacked road.

The game drive activity enables you to have a wide game view of wildlife in its existing setting the Buffaloes, including buffaloes, elephants, and other many animals that reside in the Grassland Thickets in the North of Kazinga channel next to Mweya. In the East of Kasenyi. You can also easily see lions on the Eastern side of the Kasenyi plains and the road to Kasese, where they feed on the big animals that live there, like the Uganda Kobs. Dinner and overnight.

Accommodation:  Engazi Game Lodge, Mweya Safari Lodge

Day 2 of the 3-day Queen Elizabeth National Park safari: Game Drive and Boat Cruise.

You will have breakfast in the morning and then start with a morning game drive in the section of Kasenyi where you will view lots of small and big animals Then, in the afternoon, involve yourself in the Boat cruise along the Kazinga channel, famous for its high crocodile existence, You will also see several water birds and animals as they do come down to drink and also have a bath. Dinner and overnight stay at the lodge mentioned above.

Day 3 of the 3-day Queen Elizabeth National Park safari: Transfer back to Kampala and Depart.

After having breakfast, you will drive back to Kampala, have a lunch stopover in Mbarara town, and be at the equator for more photo-taking and experimenting if you didn’t have a chance on day 1. Continue to Kampala, reaching late afternoon. Drop off at your hotel in Kampala or Entebbe airport for your departing flight.

End Of Tour


  • 4×4 safari vehicle
  • A tour guide
  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Gorilla permit
  • Drinking water


  • Tips
  • Insurance
  •  Visas
  • International flights
  • Beverages
  • Laundry services

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