Experience the sights and sounds of the wildlife in their natural habitat, cruise on the arguable world’s longest channel known as the Kazinga Channel, watch African/Ugandan authentic tales described through cultural dances, and get lost in the moment you lay your eyes on the unbelievable scenery.
3 Days_ Rugote “The Queen Herself” Safari
Travel to Queen Elizabeth national park
Start the six-hour journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park. There will be a stopover at the Uganda equator for pictures and taking part in the water experiment to see how water swirls to different sides of the world. From here, drive to Mbarara town for a lunch stop and then drive straight to the park. Enjoy the beautiful scenery, sights of the Rwenzori Mountains of the moon, and Uganda’s countryside.
Morning Game drive and Boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel
Embark on the safari vehicle for an early morning Game drive through the park. Get to see the early risers searching out for their prey as well as the nocturnal animals returning to their hideouts. Spot over 70 mammal species that dwell in Queen Elizabeth National Park. From Elephants, Lions, Buffaloes, Hyenas, Warthogs, Antelopes, Uganda Kobs, Waterbucks, Topis to Leopards, and many others. An awesome opportunity to view the stunning landscape filled with craters and crater Lakes rolling in the hills of the park. Afternoon boat cruise along the Kazinga channel joining Lake George and Lake Edward. The channel has the world’s largest concentration of hippos ever seen. You will spot some crocodiles in the shallow waters, sea birds, and other animals that come for drinking water.
Travel back to Kampala
Transfer to the Airport for your flight back home. When we meet another time as friends we have become, you’ll remember the memories you have made even if years and time fly by.