2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari from Kampala or Entebbe
Safari Overview: 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari
2 Days Queen Elizabeth safari is two days Wildlife Uganda Safari to Queen Elizabeth National Park for a boat cruise, Game drive. 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari from Kampala or Entebbe is inclusive of a boat cruise and game drive at an affordable price 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari Tour takes to one of the most visited parks in Uganda.
Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda
Covering 1,978 sq. km, Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second most popularly visited Uganda safari park home to over 95 mammal species. About 600 bird species are known to be within the boundaries of the park, a bird total not anywhere else in the national parks in Uganda. Some of the wildlife species that can be spotted in the park include antelopes, elephants, lions, hippos, and many more.
The 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari tour is private and can be undertaken all year round starting and ending in Kampala or Entebbe International Airport with early arrivals and late departures. This tour includes a boat cruise on the 40 Km Kazinga channel that connects lakes, Edward and George.
What we’ll cover in this 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari Itinerary
Quick Tour Details
Number of People: Tailored
Number of Days: 2 Days
Start/End: Entebbe Airport, Uganda
Availability: All year throughout
Activities: Wildlife viewing, afternoon boat cruise, stop at the equator, morning game drive
Destinations: Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kasenyi trails
Price: Request a Quote for this Trip
Safari by day Highlight: 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari
- Day #1: Transfer from Kampala, have a brief stop at the equator line then continue to Queen Elizabeth National Park for an afternoon boat cruise.
- Day #2: Undertake a morning game drive on the Kasenyi trails of Queen Elizabeth National Park and transfer back to Kampala
Safari by day Itinerary: 2 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari
Day #1: Transfer from Kampala, have a brief stop at the equator line then continue to Queen Elizabeth National Park for an afternoon boat cruise.
From your hotel or place of residence in Kampala, your Uganda safari guide will pick you up for a transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
After about 80 Km you make your first stop at the equator line in Kayabwe for photography. You then continue with the drive southwards, you have lunch en route then continue with the drive to the park. On arrival, you head to the Kazinga channel for the 3:00 pm boat cruise.
This is a great chance of seeing several aquatic species like crocodiles and hippopotamus alongside other wildlife and bird species on the river banks. After the boat cruise, you take a short game drive en route to your booked accommodation facility. You check in, relax and have dinner.
Meal Plan: Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation Options: Luxury: Mweya Safari Lodge, Mid-range: Enganzi Game Lodge, Budget: Bush Lodge
Day #2: Undertake a morning game drive on the Kasenyi trails of Queen Elizabeth National Park and transfer back to Kampala.
Game Drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park
On the last day of your trip, you will have morning breakfast and then proceed for a morning game drive in the Kasenyi plains. Here you explore an array of wildlife including Elephants, Buffaloes, Topi, warthogs, Hyenas, lions, and several bird species.
The game drive lasts about 4 hours and remembers to carry some drinking water binoculars and a camera. After the game drive, you check out of the park for the drive back to Kampala. You have lunch en route and then continue with the drive to Kampala arriving in the evening. Your safari guide will ensure drop-off at your place of residence.
Meal Plan: Breakfast and Lunch
End of the 2 Days Queen Elizabeth Safari
- Park entry fees & taxes
- Game drives & Boat cruise fees
- Bottled drinking water on board
- 4×4 safari vehicle
- Knowledgeable English-speaking driver-guide
- 1-night accommodation
- Meals as indicated in the itinerary
- International flight fares & visas to Uganda
- Personal purchases
- Any other changes to the itinerary
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About Queen Elizabeth National Park
Queen Elizabeth National Park occupies an estimated 1,978 square kilometers (764 sq mi). The park extends from Lake George in the northeast to Lake Edward in the southwest and includes the Kazinga Channel connecting the two lakes.
Queen Elizabeth National Park | Uganda
Queen Elizabeth National Park is known for its wildlife, including African buffalo, Ugandan kob, hippopotamus, giant forest hog, warthog, Nile crocodile, African bush elephant, African leopard, lion, and chimpanzee. It is home to 95 mammal species and over 500 bird species. The area around Ishasha in Rukungiri District is famous for its tree-climbing lions, whose males sport black manes. Poachers killed six elephants in the park in 2015, triggering both anger and frustration within the Ugandan conservation community. Learn More about Queen Elizabeth National Park
Best Time To Visit Uganda
Uganda Best time to Go:
June – August & December – February (All National Parks of Uganda)
June to September (It’s hardly Packed, so you’ll have to Book your Gorilla trekking permits in Advance)
March, April, May, October, and November (Some Lodges & Camps are closed down due to high rainfall; roads & forest trails are in bad condition)
Best Weather Conditions
June – July & January – February (Little rainfall)
Worst Weather Conditions
March, April & May (Wet season)
Why Choose Us
- We offer Accessible Tourism
- We are Passionate about Conservation
- Our Planning Process is Easy
- Your Details are Private
A 10% percentage of your safari precedes goes to supporting the local communities (orphans, schools & homes)