Day 2: Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise along the paradise of hippos – the Kazinga channel.
After a splendid morning cup of coffee at your hotel, embark on the drive across the undulating rolling savannah rangelands of Queen Elizabeth in search of wild game.
The stretch to the Kasenyi plains, the renown mating ground offers you a lifetime opportunity of encounter numerous families of wild game in a single glance including elephants, buffaloes, water bucks and Kobs along with predators like lions, leopards and jackals.
The game drive takes 3 – 4 hours and you retreat back to the lodge for relaxation and lunch. After lunch, you continue to Mweya jetty to catch up with a boat trip at exactly 4pm.
The 2 hour boat cruise offers a chance to explore the 45km long Kazinga Channel which links the twin lakes, George and Edward; the channel is known to be the capital of Hippos and Nile crocodiles. Its banks are usually fully stocked with a variety of wild game like elephants and buffaloes which can be seen along in the afternoons quenching their thirst.
Retreat from the activity and do the game drive along the channel track as you proceed to the lodge for overnight stay.
Accommodation: Queen Elizabeth Park View Lodge
Day 3: Transfer back to Entebbe through Kasese via fort portal.
After your morning breakfast, you will transfer back to Entebbe along Kasese-Fort portal road.
You will visit the equator line in Kasese just a few kilometers from the park where you will have opportunities to view the jagged hills of Kasese intertwined with the savannah rangelands marked with the Basongola herds of cattle that will make the experience a memorable one.
You will have an en route lunch in the town of Fort portal or Mubende and visit the Nakayima tree to learn its history according to the traditions of the Baganda people. Head straight to Entebbe to mark the end of your 3 days Queen Elizabeth national park tour.
On this last day, you can choose to undertake a community tour via Hamukungu landing site on the shores of Lake George, at an extra cost of 15$ per person.
**End of the tour**