Hard of Elephants in Queen Elizabeth National Park

4 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari from $1,299 per person in Queen Elizabeth National Park

4 Days

FROM $ 1,299






4x4 Land Cruiser

From $1,299 per person sharing, this 4 days Uganda Wildlife Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the best Uganda wildlife safari packages and it offers the best of Uganda safari. Explore Queen Elizabeth National Park from African Safari game drives, boat cruise to lion tracking and stand a chance to enjoy up close with your dream wildlife in the wild including lions, elephants, buffaloes, warthogs, antelopes, spotted hyenas, hippos, crocodiles, birds and more.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is set in Western Uganda, along the Albertine rift. It is Uganda’s 2nd biggest park, with land area covering up to 1978sq.kms and its landscape is characterized by vast savanna grasslands, Crater Lakes, acacia, woodland and tropical forests. It is popular for its unique tree climbing lions and a huge profusion of hippos, crocodiles etc. Your trip to Queen Elizabeth Park starts and ends in Kampala/Entebbe, taking 3 nights.

Enjoy breakfast in the morning, after you will meet your tour leader who will give you brief you about the 4 days tour to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Begin your trip to Western Uganda to explore Queen Elizabeth Park, and you will drive via Masaka-Mbarara route for 7-8 hours.

En route, you will make a stop visit at the Equator crossing and it is where you perform a water experiment or just take picture while standing between the two hemispheres- the Northern & Southern hemispheres. Drive afterwards up to the park where you will check in at your accommodation for relaxation, and overnight sleep.


After breakfast in the morning, begin your day with a game drive and you will be exploring the Kasenyi plains, the Northern track of Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda. A game drive along Kasenyi is expected to go for 2-3 hours, and you will be rewarded with incredible view of wildlife especially the big game- buffaloes, elephants, lions, leopard, plus warthogs, bush pigs, warthogs, Uganda Kobs, bushbucks, birds and more.

Return to the lodge while keeping an eye on the park’s diverse wildlife, settle for a leisurely lunch and refreshments. At 2:00 pm, continue to Kazinga channel to enjoy an exciting boat cruise 2-3 hours, and you will be viewing hippos, crocodiles, plenty of waterbirds like skimmers.



Enjoy lion tracking experience along Kasenyi plains, the Northern game track of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Lion tracking/trekking in Uganda is only conducted at Queen Elizabeth National Park, and today it is a special day for you to get up close with lions in the wild, have a deep insight into their behaviors, take photos then get back to the lodge for relaxation. You may spend your afternoon exploring more on how local residents carryout salt mining at Lake Katwe or remain at the lodge, relax at the lodge or at the swimming pool while enjoying view of the park and the surrounding.



Rise up early and enjoy a tasty cup of tea/coffee, after board your 4×4 tourist vehicle with packed lunch. Set off for Kampala/Entebbe, and your journey will take 7-8 hours with lunch to be enjoyed en route.

End of tour


  • All park entry fees
  • Vehicle & fuel
  • Full board lodging/accommodation
  • An English-speaking driver/guide in Uganda
  • Lion tracking
  • All trip activities/experiences excluding optional activities
  • A bottle of drinking water


  • Visas
  • Souvenirs
  • Laundry
  • Tips
  • Telephone

From: $ 1,299 P/P


  1. 2 –3 pairs of light weight slacks/trousers – that can dry quickly (if wearing on treks)
  2. 3 short sleeved t-shirts, 1 pair of shorts and 1-2 long sleeved shirts
  3. 1 sweater or sweatshirt and strong waterproof walking boots/jacket
  4. Hat-wide brim or with a visor for sun protection
  5. Lightweight wool socks
  6. Pair of sports sandals
  7. Gloves – gardening or similar for gorilla trekking
  8. Insect repellent, flashlight, binoculars, camera and extra lenses
  9. Sunscreen glasses
  10. Extra batteries – Some safari Lodges have facilities for recharging batteries
  11. Personal toiletries,