Queen elizabeth National park Kasese uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in the western Uganda in Kasese and it is approximately to 410km that takes around 7 to 8 hours from Kampala. The Park has a variety of wildlife and has the most popular Savannah reserve. The variety of habitats such as the Savannah grassland, forests, lakes and wetlands, this provides a setting of an extensive of a large mammals and primates. The four of the BIG FIVE is present apart from Rhinos.
In the early morning after breakfast, start the journey from Kampala to the west via Masaka-Mbarara highway. Stopover at the equator for photos and buying handcrafts you may need on the trip.Continue with journey to Mbarara, the land of milk, honey and long horned cows. Lunch in Mbarara town at Agip motel/Café Havana/Shaheenrestaurant and proceed to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
On arrival you will go for an evening boat cruise, this will offer you with the sights and sounds of the Park’s rich aquatic life, large hippopotamuses dripping in waters, fierce Nile crocodiles basking on the channel banks for warmth from the sun, the Pied kingfishers and others. Dinner and overnight stay Mweya Safari Lodge/Kyambura Gorge lodge/Marafiki Safari lodge.
Early morning breakfast and off you go to Kasenyi plains. This is the most remote area in the park yet rewarding when visited. It’s famous for tree climbing lions. Other mammals also inhabit the savannah grasslands and they include buffaloes, elephants,antelopes, bushbuck among others.
The swamp in this section is endowed with numerous bird species that include the rare shoebill stock, collared pratincole, palm-nut vuture, pel’s fishing owl to name but a few.
Lunch in Kasese town at Jambo!Café/Café Olimaco& Restaurant/Modern Foods restaurant.Proceed to Kampala via Fortportal.
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