4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park

This 4 days Queen Elizabeth National Park safari takes you to the second largest park in Uganda. The Park consists of approximately 95 mammal species like elephants, buffaloes, crocodiles, hippos, warthogs, antelopes, chimps among the rest. You can also view a variety of bird species including the African eagle fish, weaver birds, king fisher and more others. This safari has a rewarding game drive which takes you close to the thrilling wildlife, enjoy an amazing boat cruise on the kazinga channel where you grab a chance to view more aquatic wildlife like crocodiles, hippos, elephants and many more plus bird species as well as  chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura gorge. Here below we present you our safari guide for 4 days to Queen Elizabeth National Park.


  • Boat cruise
  • Game drive
  • Chimpanzee trekking

Detailed itinerary

Day 1

Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park

On reaching Entebbe International Airport, meet and greet with your driver and briefs you about the 4 days Queen Elizabeth National Park safari. After continue with the journey driving towards the south western part of Uganda with a stopover at the equator for photographs. Later proceed with Masaka-Mbarara highway having a stopover at Igongo cultural center for lunch and buying crafts after head to the park. Check in at the lodge, have dinner and an overnight stay at your booked lodge.


Mweya safari lodge-luxury

Simba safari lodge-budget

Day 2

Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise

Delight in a morning breakfast, meet your guide and proceed with the morning game drive to catch up with some nocturnal before they return back to their dens. This morning game drive is such a rewarding adventure for wildlife viewing, you get chance to view wonderful animals like herds of elephants, herds of buffaloes, leopards, warthogs, bush pigs, antelopes, giraffes among the rest. After head to the lodge have lunch, relax and after go for evening boat cruise on kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park. It is an adventurous experience since it gives you a clear view of a diversity of wildlife such as buffaloes, elephants, crocodiles, hippos, warthogs among the rest which come to shower and drink water. Return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.


Mweya safari lodge – luxury

Sumba safari lodge- budget

Day 3

Chimpanzee trekking in Kyambura gorge and Lake Katwe

Have an early breakfast, after meet your tour guide and proceed to Kyambura gorge which is 30km in the eastern part of the park for chimpanzee trekking. On finding these chimps you are allowed only one hour with them learning their behaviors, how they feed, lifestyles and finally take photos with them. Return to the lodge for lunch and refreshment. Then after transfer to Lake Katwe where salt mining is only done in Uganda, learn how salt is mined. This drive offers you an opportunity to experience the birding adventure thus sighting a diversity of bird species including the immigrant birds such as the pied avocet, flamingo birds, black winged among the rest. Return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 4

Tree climbing lions and return to Kampala

Delight in a delicious breakfast, check out of the lodge and enjoy a short game drive while heading out of the park. Drive through the ishasha sector where you grab chance to view the famous tree climbing lions hanging on fig tree branches. Have as stopover in Mbarara for lunch later proceed to Kampala or Entebbe International Airport to catch up with your flight back home.

End of the tour

Tour inclusive

All transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle

All accommodation and meals

Professional driver guide and his allowance

Park entry fees

Boat cruise

Game drives

Are you a group, family or a solo traveler planning a 4 days Queen Elizabeth National Park tour this festive season, at CPN Consultants LTD we pride in organizing tailor made tours to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Therefore don’t hesitate to reach us on info@ugandaafricasafari.com  or call us directly +256740852464 to speak to one of our experts.

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