Park entrance fees
Game drives in our 4wd vehicle with pop-up roof
Full Board Hotel Accommodation while on safari
All activities (unless labeled as optional
Enough mineral bottled water while on safari
A professional safari guide
Daily safari and wildlife briefing
Airports meet and greet
All government taxes where applicable
Transfers from and to the airport
Everyone is guaranteed a window seat for maximum game viewing
International flights (from/to home)
Passports and visas
Driver/ Guide Gratuity and Tips
Personal items (souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc
Day 1: Kampala/Queen Elizabeth National Park
After breakfast leave Kampala with a stopover at the Equator for photography, and proceed to Mbarara town arriving in time for lunch before you continue with your journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park where you will arrive in time for dinner and overnight at your lodge/hostel.
Day 2: Queen Elizabeth National Park
An early morning mini-breakfast proceed for early morning game drive where you will have a chance of seeing Buffalo, Bush Bucks, Defassa Waterbucks, elephants, Giant Forest Hog, leopard, lion, Semi-aquatic Sitatunga, Side Stripped Jackal then return to lodge/hostel for breakfast. After lunch you will enjoy a 2-hour boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel and into Lake Edward where you will have a chance of seeing the highest concentration of yawning hippos surrounded by different species of birds. Many buffaloes rest in water, with crocodiles being a common site along the shore. Other animals may be seen drinking at the water’s edge. This boat cruise will offer an excellent platform for photography, bird watching and game viewing before returning to the lodge/hostel for dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Queen Elizabeth National Park
Early morning breakfast, followed by either optional excursion to the Kyambura gorge, for chimpanzee tracking with the possibility of seeing a variety of primates or proceed for another game drive before returning to lodge/hostel for breakfast. After lunch you will visit the crater lakes region, Baboon cliffs and Katwe Salt works for a glimpse into traditional salt mining. This is one of the oldest salt mines in Uganda established in the 14th Century. Return to lodge/hostel for dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Queen Elizabeth/Lake Mburo National Park
After breakfast depart for Lake Mburo National Park with lunch stop at Mbarara town before we proceed to the park where you will arrive in time for dinner and overnight at tented camp-lodge/camp.
Day 5: Lake Mburo/Kampala.
After breakfast proceed for a morning game drive where you will have a chance of seeing antelope, buffalo, eland, elephant, zebra among other wild. You will also pass via Lake Mburo before returning for lunch and later proceed to Kampala or Entebbe.