3 Days Queen Elizabeth Game Park and Kibale forest


Queen Elizabeth Game Park is 350 km to the South West of Kampala. It is also a very popular tourist destination due to the abundant wild life thriving in its diverse ecosystems; the vast savannah grasslands and wood lands; the humid forests and sparkling lakes. It is famous for the rare tree climbing lions. Lions can be spotted right at the entrance of the park. Animals found here include antelopes; elephants; buffaloes; hippopotamus; leopards; and the primates. Giraffes are the only animals that are not found in this game park.

Other attractions at Queen Elizabeth include the Kazinga channel boat cruise trip. During the boat ride, vast numbers of birds can be seen. Chimp tracking takes place in the Kyambura gorge. At the Northern tip of the park is another chance to stand at the equator.

Rates depending on number of Tourists

Number of Persons      Rate

    1                 $ 850

    2                 $ 550

    4                 $ 450

    6                 $ 350

    8                 $ 320


Day 1

6:00am : Early breakfast

6:30am : Depart from Kampala in a customized vehicle with driver/guide.

8:30am : Photograph taking at the Equator crossing before entering the town of Masaka.

1:30pm : A stop over for lunch in the town of Fort Portal.

2:30pm : Arrive at Kibale Forest Reserve where you may eat your packed lunch if you have not enjoyed it en route! On arrival at the forest, you will enter a completely different world; some serious monkey business.  The forest is home to at least 12 primate species including: The Red Tailed Monkey, Olive Baboon, Black and White Colobus Monkey, and the Blue Monkey.  Please bring suitable closed walking boots and long trousers!

6:00pm :  Arrive at one of the lodges for the night. Accommodation provided consists of safari tents with twin/double beds, including bedding and shared bathroom facilities. Upgrades to ensuite bandas are available on request (please enquire for pricing/availability). Enjoy dinner and drinks around the camp fire.

Day 2

6:00am : Early morning full breakfast.

6:30am : Depart for your journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This takes about 3 hours.

10:00am : . Arrive at Queen Elizabeth Park. Check in your lodge from where you look over the Savannah plateau.

1:00pm : Have a packed lunch from the hotels.

2:00pm : Boat Cruise on the Kazinga channel where you will have a chance of seeing many bird species such as Egyptian goose, Fish eagle, Cormorants, Great white pink –backed pelican, great and long tailed Cormorants, open – billed stork, African jacana, malachite and pied king fisher.

6:00pm : Dinner and then retire to the lodge for a well-deserved sleep.

Day 3

6:00am : Early morning full breakfast

6:30am : Depart for early morning game drives take tourists to locate lion prides at Queen Elizabeth Park. 

11:00am : Early lunch at the hotels

12:00pm: Departure to Kampala stopping at the Equator for Photographs by sunset.

6:00pm : Arrival at Kampala.