Your safari at a glance

Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s oldest and most popular game reserve and offers a variety of unique experiences such as the Kazinga Channel and the abundance of Big Five game viewing opportunities, including the exhilarating search for the famous tree-climbing Lions of Ishasha.

The park consists mostly of savannah-type landscape and stretches from the crater dotted foothills of the Rwenzori Mountains in the north, along the shores of Lake Edward, Lake George and the famous Kazinga Channel connecting both lakes. It ends at the remote Ishasha River far in the south, therefore incorporating a wide variety of habitats that range from savannahs and wetlands to lowland woodlands.

Although Lake Mburo National Park is the smallest in Uganda, it is the only park that features both eland and impala antelopes and shares the Burchell’s zebra with the Kidepo Valley National Park. The park is part acacia woodland and open savannah and is home to a number of larger wildlife species as well, such as buffalos, hippos, and crocodiles.

Also, the recent translocation of Rothschild giraffes from Murchison Falls National Park added a species that is well liked all over Africa.

Pelican in Uganda

Day 1 – Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Scenic drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Game Drive.

Day 2 – Queen Elizabeth National Park / North (Kazinga).
Game drive and boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel.

Day 3 – Queen Elizabeth National Park – Lake Mburo National Park.
Am Lion tracking in Queen Elizabeth N.P
Night game drive in search of the Leopard.

Day 4 – Queen Elizabeth National Park to Kampala.
Nature walk to Rwonyo & drive back to Kampala.