2 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife Safari
Experience remarkable wildlife safaris in Uganda as you take on the 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife Safari to enjoy the best of Uganda on holiday vacation. The park offers incredible safari Adventures to travelers especially as they watch the rare Tree Climbing Lions that relax with in the Fig Tree Branches of the prominent Ishasha Sector.
Day 1: Arrival-Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
After arriving at the airport, you will be transferred by our company guide/ representative South West of Uganda, stop at the equator for photographs then proceed to the park where you will reach in the afternoon.
On arrival, proceed to Lake Katwe to learn about how salt is extracted using local methods like fermentation. Take on a boat cruise at the prominent Kazinga Channel with numerous schools of Hippos, Herds of buffalo and elephants. Transfer to your lodge/ hotel for relaxation, dinner and Overnight. Jacana lodge, Queen Elizabeth hostel
Day 2: Game Drive-Queen Elizabeth National Park
Wake up early have breakfast then embark on your journey to the park to enjoy the morning game drive which will give an opportunity to spot various wildlife animals like elephants, giant forest hog, waterbucks, buffaloes, topi, Uganda kobs, bushbucks, lions as well as brilliant bird species.Transfer back to your lodge/ Hotel for lunch then later embark on your journey back to Kampala where you will reach in the evening and you can opt to relax in your hotel or proceed direct to the Entebbe International Airport for you flight back home.
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- Transport in a 4wd land cruiser or safari vehicle with pop-up roof for excellent safari view viewing (or upgrade, see)
- All fuel for the tour.
- English speaking Ugandan driver/guide.
- Accommodation in double/twin rooms (shared).
- Meals as indicated.
- Entrance fees.
- All activities described in the itinerary.
- International air fares.
- Entry visa Uganda.
- Personal (medical/travel) insurance.
- All drinks
- All expenses of a personal nature (e.g. drinks, laundry, souvenirs etc.).
- Meals and snacks which are not inclusive in the accommodation.
- A porter for during the gorilla trackings (someone who carries your daypack).
- All activities that are not mentioned in the program or activities that are mentioned in the program as optional activity. Tips and gratuities to rangers, driver/guide, porter, hotel staff, etc.