This is a short holiday to Queen Elizabeth National Park. The park is one of the outstanding treasures of Uganda and named after Queen Elizabeth II’s visit in 1954.
Distance & Time Estimates: 435 kilometers south west of Kampala – 6 hour drive).
Queen Elizabeth National Park is described by many as the most beautiful park in Africa. Set in the South Western part of Uganda and of the Great African rift valley, and bordered by the Rwenzori Mountains (the legendary mist-capped ‘Mountains of the Moon’). Queen Elizabeth incorporates dozens of mirror surfaced crater-lakes, salty and fresh water lakes.
There are over 95 mammal including 10 primate species (chimpanzees, vervet, blue, red-tailed, L’Hoest monkey, colobus, baboons), up to 20 predators (lion, leopard, spotted hyena, etc), antelopes, buffaloes, hippos and elephants. More than 610 bird species (probably the highest total for any national park in Africa, if not the world. In addition to 54 raptors, the checklist includes virtually every water bird species of Uganda, a variety of woodland and forest species.
Day 1: Kampala – Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park
Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Drive to Kampala
Included on Itinerary
- Transportation (4×4) with a pop up roof for game viewing.
- All meals and selected soft beverages and water for entire trip
- Park Entrance fees
- Guiding Fees
- All Activities
Exclusive on Itinerary
- Alcoholic beverages
- Anything that is not inclusive on itinerary.
- Personal Travel Requirements.
- Travel Insurance.
- Visa fees, you can pay these upon arrival at the airport at only USD $50 per person.