Queen Elizabeth NP was established in 1952, it's one of the three oldest national parks with the area of 2000 square kilometers, (770 square miles) of grass Savannah, open bush country, lowland rain forest, wetlands, rivers,and lakes.The parks varied habitats support a bird list of 604 species making it a highly alluring destination for birders. Queen Elizabeth National Parks' major attraction is the iconic tree-climbing lion in the southern sector of the park, Ishasha, which you can track with an experienced Uganda Wildlife Authority guide. Other activities include tracking chimpanzees in a sunken cruising the Kazinga Channel searching for big game, hippo pods and crocodiles.The park has it's origins early in the 20th century , after people fled the area when a wave of sleeping sickness plagued the country. Between 1925 and 1947 these abandoned areas became two game reserves: Lake George and Lake Edward. In 1952, these reserves were merged into Kazinga NP . Two years later , when the Queen Elizabeth of British visited the park , it was renamed in her honor
Day 1. Early in the morning you will be picked from you favorable location around Kampala then drive to to Ishasha the area is also home to Queen Elizabeth,s famous tree-climbing lions which have developed a surprising tendency. once we get there in the afternoon we check in the hotel then after go for game drive for few hours, in the evening come back to the hotel and prepare for the next long day.
Day 2. Game drive and boat
Early in the morning after breakfast we will again enjoy the game drive in Queen Elizabeth NP for better pictures before it gets hot and take a boat trip where we will watch a hundreds of hippos at a point of view, buffalo, water buck, elephant and sometimes even lions and leopards coming to drink at the water's edge.
Day 3. Drive back to Kampala where we will make a stop at Walumbe pits the natural made holes .
1. All movements within the program
2. Park security/ park guides
3. Accommodation in a double room
4. Park entry