3 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park

By Walbura tours and Travel Ltd
Kampala, Uganda
$700 / person

This park is located in Fort Portal in North Western Uganda. This park was named after Queen Elizabeth and was established in 1954. It’s a home to many elephants, hippos, lions, leopards, 500 species of birds and chimpanzees. Activities include game drive and bird watching.

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DAY 1

Our driver shall pick your from the hotel at 7:30 am and brief you on the tour. He shall drive you to Masaka , Lyantonde and Mbarara towns. You shall have lunch at Agip Motel in Mbarara. You shall then travel through the beautiful tea plantations at Igara after which you shall arrive at the park. You shall have an evening game drive then check in at your lodge/hotel.

DAY 2

You shall begin your morning with a game drive to see elephants, buffaloes, Uganda kobs and tree climbing lions. You shall then return to your hotel to relax and have lunch after which you shall go for a two hour boat ride on the Kazinga Channel. While at it, you can do some bird watching. You may then retire to your lodge for dinner.

DAY 3

After breakfast, you shall go for a morning game drive. Thereafter, you shall check out of the hotel and be driven back to Kampala. You shall have lunch in Mbarara at Igongo Cultural Centre. In Masaka, you shall have a stop over at the Equator for some memorable photos, then continue to Kampala or Entebbe.

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Hello. I am Mary Walusimbi Kaburura and I am the managing director of Walbura Tours and Travel Ltd. It is a tour company incorporated under the Laws of Uganda. Our professional staff will ensure that you have the time of your life if you choose to come to Uganda safari. We have different safari tour packages to suit everyone's need. Please book with us for breathtaking safari tours. Thanks.