5 Days Queen Elizabeth Wildlife Safari offers the best tranquil experience of real first class safari
experience with magnificent Crater lakes, vast savanna plains and remarkable vegetation and her
wildlife. Queen Elizabeth National Park is seated on a 1978sqkm of land, found in South WesternUganda in Kasese town. It is approximately a 410km drive from Kampala city and takes about 6-8hours. Queen Elizabeth National Park was founded in 1952 as Kazinga National Park, and renamed after twoyears in honour of the visit of Queen Elizabeth the second on 30th April 1954. It is known as the most
visited park in Uganda due to its diverse environments that is the Savannah, wetlands, forests, andlakeshence inhabiting a wide range of animals. A number of activities can be enjoyed in the park and theseare; the Kazinga channel boat cruise, tree climbing lions of ishasha, birding Safaris, nature walks, gamedrives, and a lot more. This Uganda tour, will bring you close to 100 species of mammals and numerous bird species whichdwell within this park and among them are the: large schools of hippos, large forest hogs and the goodlook Uganda kobs which are all commonly seen in the tourist villages on the magnificent Mweya
Peninsula which prides in a beautiful waterfront located within the shadows of Rwenzori ranges inUganda. However, the Ishasha Sector is prominent for the resident tree-climbing lions, the
Maramagambo forest is habitat to an attractive diversity of monkeys together with birds, the crater
lakes hold thousands of the beautiful pink flamingos, while the Kyambura Gorges is habitat to
habituated Chimpanzees.

Day 1: Kampala- Queen Elizabeth National Park. After breakfast, you will be met by your guide who will transfer you to Queen Elizabeth National Park using the Masaka- Mbarara high way. You will have a stopover at the equator for photography, another
stopover for lunch in Mbarara. The journey is about 6-7 hours, continue through villages with cultivated areas up to the vast green of Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will arrive late evening as you enter the park and might be amazed by its savannah vegetation. Check in at the lodge for relaxation,dinner and overnight.

Day 2: Morning Game Drive and Afternoon Boat Cruise. Have breakfast early and after be part of an unforgettable morning game in Queen Elizabeth National
Park .A game drive in a safari vehicle with pop up roof gets you exposed to diversity of wildlife which may include; elephants, warthogs, buffaloes, lions, antelopes, leopards, birds and so much more. The game viewing experience in Queen Elizabeth National Park will take you 2-3 hours. Your driver guide is always available to give you as much information about these animals and the ecosystem as you might
need. After the game drive we enjoy our lunch and later, connect to Kazinga Channel for a boat cruise that lasts 2 hours. The Kazinga Channel launch/boat cruise includes spotting lots of hippos, the Nile crocodiles, aquatic
bird life, the elephants that come by to drink water, and some buffaloes. Return from an exciting and rewarding boat cruise, relax, dine and retire for the night at the booked accommodation.

Day 3: Chimpanzee tracking in Kyambura gorge and crater lakes
Your guide will meet you after your breakfast, drive you to the briefing point of chimpanzee tracking. Kyambura gorge is an underground forest found in Queen Elizabeth National Park, an attraction of its
own and home to many primate species. The forest is a 1km walk across and the broadest point is
100 meters deep. Start your tracking with a trained game ranger, it takes about 3 hours yet 1 hour is
allowed with the chimpanzees. After lunch, you will meet your driver guide to go to a Crater lake tour
where you will visit Lake Katwe. On your tour, you will get chance to interact with local people and learn how salt is processed and extracted from the lake. Visit other craters and retire for the night.

Day 4: Game Drive in Ishasha sector. After breakfast on the day 4 of our 5 Days safari,your guide will pick you up to go for a full day game drive in Ishasha sector that is located in the Southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Ishashais
known for harboring the famous tree climbing lions that will be viewed during the drive. The lions are usually seen lazily lying up in trees of acacia and figs, taking rest during day and after successful l hunting in the night. The elevated position also gives them chance to calculate attack on their prey that is on the ground; the kobs, the kobs, water bucks, buffaloes and many more. After the game drive, you will be driven back to the lodge.

Day 5: Transfer back to Kampala. On the last day of our 5 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari, we shall have our breakfast before embarking on our journey to Kampala. It is a Long drive to Kampala that takes about 6-7 hours , enroute
the journey you will be able to appreciate a lot of beautiful sceneries and plantations that the Western part of Uganda is gifted with. Upon arrival, your guide will drop you off at a location you advise. End of Safari.