Our 4 Days at Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari takes you to Uganda’s most-visited National Park – Queen Elizabeth National Park. Its location is approximately 376 kilometers (234 miles), by road, southwest of Kampala, Uganda’s capital and largest city

4 Days Elizabeth National Park Safari is a guided tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park. The park is often referred to as “the Pearl of Africa” and is extremely scenic featuring two beautiful lakes overlooked by an elevated peninsula.

Located in Western Uganda, this park covers 1,978 square kilometers and boasts one of the highest biodiversity location ratings in the world featuring tropical forests, volcanic craters, and grassy plains. Due to the extreme biodiversity Queen Elizabeth National Park offers, it is home to roughly 100 different types of mammals and approximately 600 various bird species. One can be sure to spot various buffalo, giant forest hogs, warthogs, rare aquatic Sitatunga antelope, horned Uganda Kob, waterbuck, leopard, lion and spotted hyenas, mongoose, topi, and elephant. However, this Park doesn’t contain any giraffe, impala, zebra, or rhinos.

The Ishasha area of the Park is a home to a very unique predator, the tree-climbing lions, whose males have black manes. Kazinga Channel is home to world’s largest concentration of hippos. Taking a relaxing boat ride on the Channel is a popular attraction and a great way to see high concentration of hippos and crocodiles! In addition, the sunset over the water is supposed to be spectacular. Some other attractions include the Kyambura Gorge, which is a rich tropical forest with thick treetop canopies where you will be sure to spot several chimpanzees. The Maramagambo Forest is also home to many chimpanzees and other various monkey species.


Day 1: Arrival at Entebbe international airport – Pick up and Transfer to Kampala

You will be picked from Entebbe international airport by our company representative and driver guide and transfer to hotel in Kampala for relaxation and later briefing about the entire tour then go for an evening Kampala city tour but this will be on condition that you have arrived Uganda when it is still early. Return to the hotel for dinner and an overnight.


  • Sheraton Hotel (luxury)
  • Fairway Hotel (mid-range)
  • Kampala Hotel Express (budget)


Day 2: Queen Elizabeth NP – Morning game drive – Afternoon Boat cruise on Kazinga Channel – Evening game drive. 

Today you go for an early morning game drive with a hope of seeing lion and other predators as they hunt for their survival of the day. In the afternoon,  you take a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel for two hours and this the high time watch a variety of bird species (Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the best birding parks in Africa with “560” + recorded bird species and recorded “296” bird species seen in a 24 hour period). You may also watch game including the hippopotamus, Elephants, etc. The Channel is believed to have the largest concentration of world’s hippopotamus and crocodiles. Dinner and Overnight .


  • Mweya Safari Lodge (luxury)
  • Parkview Safari Lodge (mid-range)
  • Pumba Safari Lodge (budget)

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Day 3: Queen Elizabeth NP – Morning Chimpanzee Trekking at Kyambura Gorge – Evening nature to explore the crater Lakes

This day early morning have breakfast, drive to Kyambura gorge for chimpanzee trekking. Upon arrival at Kyambura Gorge start point, to get an English speaking local guide who will give a brief about the gorge and what it harbors, what the trails are like, the chances of seeing the Chimpanzees, before you finally setoff to begin your day of Chimpanzee. Like any other game in the wilderness, we cannot guarantee that you will view the Chimpanzees. Afternoon you will go for a nature walk in Maramagambo forest and crater Lakes. Dinner and overnight


  • Mweya Safari Lodge (luxury)
  • Parkview Safari Lodge (mid-range)
  • Pumba Safari Lodge (budget)

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Day 4: Queen Elizabeth NP – Morning to Ishasha sector in search for the tree climbing lions – Transfer to Entebbe international airport.

After breakfast check out and take another game drive to Ishasha sector in search for the tree climbing lions and later drive to Kampala via Fort Portal town passing through well-organized villages, local farms and tea plantations on your way. You will have a lunch stop over en-route. Expected time of arrival back in Kampala/ Entebbe is late afternoon.

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Safari Rates Include

  • Park Entrance fees
  • Ranger Fees
  • 2 hours Boat Cruise on the Kazinga Channel
  • Morning and evening games
  • A tour to Ishasha sector in search for the tree climbing lions
  • Nature Walk to tour the crater lakes
  • Morning chimpanzee trekking 
  • Igongo cultural center
  • All taxes/ Value added Tax
  • Accommodation for 3 nights on full board meal plan 
  • Round Trip transport in 4x4WD AND air conditioned safari vehicle
  • English speaking driver guide or French

Safari Rates Exclude

  • Tips 
  • International flights
  • Expenses of personal nature