Queen Elizabeth National Park spreads over 1,978sq km in the western arm of the Great Rift Valley and is home to a wide variety of wildlife and many species of birds. With both a riverine and savannah habitat, the park includes the southern Ishasha area with the massive Maramagambo, one of the largest surviving natural forests in Uganda. The northern Mweya area, traversed by the equator and dominated by the scenery of crater lakes, is often occupied by large flocks of flamingos. In the Mweya area of Queen Elizabeth National Park, also rich with wildlife, visitors will find vast numbers of Uganda’s unique and strange Euphorbia, or “candelabra” tree. The many nearby crater lakes and mountain ranges provide a beautiful backdrop for your journey.


After breakfast, meet up with your private Agasaro Safari guide and drive approx. 4-5hours to Lake Mburo National Park in south-western Uganda, have a stop over enroute at the Uganda Equator for a quick coffee break and photo opportunity at the 0 degree latitude. Proceed through the picturesque local towns to Mbarara city where you will have a stopover for lunch and stretch your legs at Igongo Cultural Centre before proceeding to Queen Elizabeth National Game Park.

Overnight: Mweya Safari Lodge/ Bush Lodge/ Elephant Plains Lodge.


After an early breakfast, join the Uganda Wildlife Authority researchers and rangers and venture into the grasslands in search of the larger cats on our predator tracking experience. This is an amazing opportunity to get close to one of the more exclusive but favoured residents of the Africa savannah and be a part of an ongoing research project to study the habits of the grassland predators including lion, leopard and hyenas. In the afternoon, enjoy a leisurely boat cruise along the spectacular Kazinga Channel in the Mweya sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park. You may encounter herds of elephant, buffalos and antelopes, families of warthogs, large groups of hippos, and crocodiles basking on the shore. Kazinga’s shores are a haven for numerous birds, including many migratory species as they make their way south to warmer climates. The cruise also provides a remarkable view of the beautiful Mweya Peninsula and life in local fishing villages set along the banks.

Overnight: Mweya Safari Lodge/ Bush Lodge/ Elephant Plains Lodge.


On this day, wake up very early in the morning and go for the sunrise game drive and thereafter return to the lodge for a late breakfast and check out drive back to Entebbe/Kampala.Lunch enroute at Igongo Cultural Centre.

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4x4 transport with English speaking local driver/guide as above
Accommodation and meals.(Full board on Safari with Soft Drinks)
Full liability insurance cover with 24 hour emergency contact


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