5 Days Murchison Falls National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari
This 5 days Murchison falls national park and queen Elizabeth national park safari offer several wildlife activities starting with rhino tracking to game drives and boat safaris with higher expectations of spending quite a good time with the climbing lions, buffalos, leopards, zebras, giraffes, warthogs, water backs, sitatungas, oribis, Uganda kobs and many more.
- Day 1: Kampala – Rhinos – Murchison Falls National Park.
- Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park.
- Day 3: Murchison Falls – Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Day 4: Queen Elizabeth National Park
- Day 5: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Kampala/Entebbe
- Rhino tracking
- Game drive
- Boat safari
- Climbing lions
Day 1: Kampala – Rhinos – Murchison Falls National Park.
At 6.30 a.m., a professional tour guide from monumental expeditions will pick you up from the airport or your Kampala hotel driving you to Murchison Falls National Park. Will first go to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for rhino tracking and then travel to Masindi, stopping for lunch at Masindi town.
After lunch, continue to Murchison Falls. Visit the top of the falls, where millions of gallons of water squeeze through a 6-7 meter gap with a tremendous roar before plunging 40 meters to become a peaceful river. Dinner and stay at Paraa Safari Lodge’s luxury facility, Sambiya’s upmarket facility, Murchison Falls River Lodge’s midrange facility, and Red Chili’s budget facility.
Day 2: Murchison Falls National Park.
After an early breakfast drive on the Nile’s northern bank, begin the day with an early morning game drive. You will very certainly be able to see creatures peculiar to the African Savannah, such as giraffe, antelope, lion, elephant, hyena, buffalo, and the Uganda Kob.
After lunch, you will embark on a three-hour Nile River launch trip. The boat leads you to the bottom of the thunderous falls, where you may witness giant crocodiles, herds of hippos, buffaloes, elephants, and a variety of water birds such as herons, cormorants, ducks, bee-eaters, kingfishers, skimmers, fish eagles, and perhaps the rare shoebill. Return to the lodge for dinner and a night’s sleep.
Day 3: Murchison Falls – Queen Elizabeth National Park
On the third day of your 5 Days Murchison Falls National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari, you will drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park after breakfast. En way, you will be treated to a breathtaking vista of the Rwenzori Mountains. They run along Uganda’s western border and reach a height of 5,100 meters. On a clear day, you can see ice caps on Stanley and Magherita summits, and their matchless, stunning, mist-shrouded peaks give a unique background to Queen Elizabeth National Park, one of our most spectacular national parks. Arrive in the evening for supper and stay at Mweya Safari Lodge’s luxury facility, Katara Lodge’s upmarket facility, Simba Safari Lodge’s midrange facility, or Kazinga View Resort’s budget facility.
Day 4: Queen Elizabeth National Park
This park is one of Uganda’s most spectacular gems, and it has been named a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve for Compassion. In the western area of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, it borders Lake George and Lake Edward, as well as Kazinga Channel.
The day starts with an early game drive in search of animals. There are lions, buffalo, elephants, Uganda kobs, bushbucks, and the uncommon leopard. Around 600 bird species have been identified here, making it a bird-watching Mecca. The black bee-eater, 11 distinct species of kingfisher, and various falcons, eagles, and other raptors are among them. In the afternoon, take a 2-hour launch cruise in the Kazinga waterway. This canal connects Lakes Edward and George and is teeming with hippos, buffaloes, and elephants on the banks. Retire to the lodge for the evening.
Day 5: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Kampala/Entebbe
Following breakfast, you will be transported to Kyambura Gorge for chimp tracking and a wildlife stroll. After visiting the Kyambura Gorge for a primate walk, you will watch chimpanzees and other primates like as Columbus and velvet monkeys, as well as baboons, travel out of the gorge to return to Kampala.
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