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VISIT QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Kasese- Western Region- Uganda
3 Days
200 Persons
English/French
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Brief

Queen Elizabeth National Park The national park is located in western Uganda, spanning the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Bushenyi and Rukungiri. Its location is approximately 376 kilometres (234 mi), by road, southwest of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city.[1] The town of Kasese lies just outside the northeastern edge of the park, while the town of Bushenyi, is situated just outside the park's southeastern boundaries. The coordinates of the park are:00 12S, 30 00E (Latitude:-0.2000; Longitude:30.0000).Overview Lion in Ishasha Sector. Hippopotamuses in the Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park Queen Elizabeth National Park occupies an estimated 1,978 square kilometres (764 sq mi),[2] of which, about 17% lies in Kasese District, 50% in Bushenyi District and an estimated 33% lies in Rukungiri District. The area of the park extends from Lake George in the northeast to Lake Edward in the southwest, and includes the Kazinga Channel that connects the two lakes. The park is named after Queen Elizabeth II and was established in 1954. The park was later renamed Ruwenzori before it returned to its royal name. QENP is known for its wildlife, although many animals were killed in the Uganda-Tanzania War. Many species have recovered, including hippopotami, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees; it is now home to 95 species of mammal and over 500 species of birds. The area around Ishasha in Rukungiri District is famous for its tree-climbing lions, whose males sport black manes, a feature unique to the lions in this area. The park is also famous for its volcanic features, comprising volcanic cones and deep craters, many with crater lakes such as the Katwe craters, from which salt is extracted. The national park includes the Maramagambo Forest and borders Kigezi Game Reserve, Kyambura Game Reserve and Kibale National Park in Uganda, and the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Queen Elizabeth National Park and The Queen Elizabeth Country Park in England are twinned in a project of "cultural exchange, mutual support and has its main emphasis on supporting Conservation through working closely with and empowering local communities".[3] Services in the park include a telecenter run by Conservation Through Public Health [4] and the Uganda Wildlife Authority, neighboring The Queen's Pavilion, park lodges, game drives and scenic drives, and boat launches. www.tristarafricaskimmersafaris.com

Tour Detail

3 days Queen Elizabeth National Park tour

Widlife Tours

 

A 3 days visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park, rewards you with various activities, like game viewing where many animals can be spotted, a launch cruise along the Kazinga channel to enjoy viewing water animals and birds. Chimps can also be tracked in Kyambura gorge.

Day 1: Entebbe – Kampala – Queen Elizabeth National Park (5-6 hours’ drive)

Breakfast, drive from Entebbe or Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Have a brief stop at the equator for photography. Proceed to the park keeping a keen eye to view various animals like Elephants, Leopards, Buffaloes, Hyenas and a variety of Antelope species. After lunch, you have an evening game drive. Dinner and overnight will be at the lodge.

Queen Elizabeth is the second largest park in Uganda.

 

Day 2: Game drive- Launch Cruise

Breakfast, go for an early morning game along Kasenyi track and Queens Mile where you will spot most of the wildlife found in the Park like the buffalo’s, giraffes, lions and Leopards (rarely seen), a great number of hippos, antelopes such as the Uganda Kob, Oribi and Elephants among others. After the game drive, return to the lodge for lunch. Later go for a launch cruise that offers you with an excellent platform for photography, bird watching and game viewing. Dinner and overnight as above

 

Day 3: Queen Elizabeth National Park- Kampala (5-6 hours’ drive)- Breakfast, begin your journey back to Kampala, have lunch enroute in Mbarara Town and then proceed to Kampala, drop off at a place of your choice

please send your idear at the following contacts

emails, Note: for booking you can send email to us using the following  reform@tristarafricaskimmersafaris.com, musinguzi.elia@gmail.com, or contact us on +256758540071,+256785231603. or go to www.tristarafricaskimmersafaris.com

Price Detail
Inclusions

meals,acommodation,guiding fee, transport and parmit fee

Exclusions

non activies

Cancellation Policy

You will get

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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VISIT QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Kasese, Western Region, Uganda
3 Days
200 Persons
English/French
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Brief

Queen Elizabeth National Park The national park is located in western Uganda, spanning the districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Bushenyi and Rukungiri. Its location is approximately 376 kilometres (234 mi), by road, southwest of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city.[1] The town of Kasese lies just outside the northeastern edge of the park, while the town of Bushenyi, is situated just outside the park's southeastern boundaries. The coordinates of the park are:00 12S, 30 00E (Latitude:-0.2000; Longitude:30.0000).Overview Lion in Ishasha Sector. Hippopotamuses in the Kazinga Channel, Queen Elizabeth National Park Queen Elizabeth National Park occupies an estimated 1,978 square kilometres (764 sq mi),[2] of which, about 17% lies in Kasese District, 50% in Bushenyi District and an estimated 33% lies in Rukungiri District. The area of the park extends from Lake George in the northeast to Lake Edward in the southwest, and includes the Kazinga Channel that connects the two lakes. The park is named after Queen Elizabeth II and was established in 1954. The park was later renamed Ruwenzori before it returned to its royal name. QENP is known for its wildlife, although many animals were killed in the Uganda-Tanzania War. Many species have recovered, including hippopotami, elephants, leopards, lions and chimpanzees; it is now home to 95 species of mammal and over 500 species of birds. The area around Ishasha in Rukungiri District is famous for its tree-climbing lions, whose males sport black manes, a feature unique to the lions in this area. The park is also famous for its volcanic features, comprising volcanic cones and deep craters, many with crater lakes such as the Katwe craters, from which salt is extracted. The national park includes the Maramagambo Forest and borders Kigezi Game Reserve, Kyambura Game Reserve and Kibale National Park in Uganda, and the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Queen Elizabeth National Park and The Queen Elizabeth Country Park in England are twinned in a project of "cultural exchange, mutual support and has its main emphasis on supporting Conservation through working closely with and empowering local communities".[3] Services in the park include a telecenter run by Conservation Through Public Health [4] and the Uganda Wildlife Authority, neighboring The Queen's Pavilion, park lodges, game drives and scenic drives, and boat launches. www.tristarafricaskimmersafaris.com

Tour Detail

3 days Queen Elizabeth National Park tour

Widlife Tours

 

A 3 days visit to Queen Elizabeth National Park, rewards you with various activities, like game viewing where many animals can be spotted, a launch cruise along the Kazinga channel to enjoy viewing water animals and birds. Chimps can also be tracked in Kyambura gorge.

Day 1: Entebbe – Kampala – Queen Elizabeth National Park (5-6 hours’ drive)

Breakfast, drive from Entebbe or Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Have a brief stop at the equator for photography. Proceed to the park keeping a keen eye to view various animals like Elephants, Leopards, Buffaloes, Hyenas and a variety of Antelope species. After lunch, you have an evening game drive. Dinner and overnight will be at the lodge.

Queen Elizabeth is the second largest park in Uganda.

 

Day 2: Game drive- Launch Cruise

Breakfast, go for an early morning game along Kasenyi track and Queens Mile where you will spot most of the wildlife found in the Park like the buffalo’s, giraffes, lions and Leopards (rarely seen), a great number of hippos, antelopes such as the Uganda Kob, Oribi and Elephants among others. After the game drive, return to the lodge for lunch. Later go for a launch cruise that offers you with an excellent platform for photography, bird watching and game viewing. Dinner and overnight as above

 

Day 3: Queen Elizabeth National Park- Kampala (5-6 hours’ drive)- Breakfast, begin your journey back to Kampala, have lunch enroute in Mbarara Town and then proceed to Kampala, drop off at a place of your choice

please send your idear at the following contacts

emails, Note: for booking you can send email to us using the following  reform@tristarafricaskimmersafaris.com, musinguzi.elia@gmail.com, or contact us on +256758540071,+256785231603. or go to www.tristarafricaskimmersafaris.com

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Price Detail

meals,acommodation,guiding fee, transport and parmit fee

non activies

Cancellation Policy

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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