3 DAYS QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK: A WORTHY TRIP

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Safari Inclusion

  • 4WD Safari vehicle
  • Fuel in the vehicle for all days
  • Driver guide with all associated expenses
  • Park entrances and associated activities
  • Accommodation based on full board
  • Enough bottled mineral water
  • Equator water experience                                                     
  • Cost excludes
    • Any personal expenses and other expenses that are not mentioned above

    ALL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Tour Plan

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Day 1: KAMPALA – QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK.

After an early morning breakfast, you will be picked by your driver guide who will transfer you to Fort- Portal visit the Amerenganyinamwiru, AmabereGaNyinamwiru (Stalagmites and staltites) The cave AmaberegaNyinamwiru (Breasts of Nyinamwiru) is named after Nyinamwiru or NyinaMwiruChwezi Kingdom (Bachwezi). She was the daughter of Bukuku, a very rich man and King of the Batembuzi dynasty, the predecessor of the current Babiito kings of Toro and Bunyoro kingdoms. She was a girl of famed beauty, and as always in these stories she was not willing to marry the man her father chose for her. As a result she was punished by cutting off her breasts which then grew into rock dripping with milk. Other versions of the legend tell, she cut off her breasts herself. Amaberenganyinamwiru where we expect to see breast and the history of first Baganda people and foot mark of man which has like 2.5 feet and the crater lakes. Visit Toro Palace:Tooro is one of the five traditional kingdoms located within the borders of Uganda. The current Omukama of Tooro is King Rukidi IV. The people native to the kingdom are the Tooro, and their language is likewise called TooroIt was founded in 1830 when OmukamaKaboyoOlimi I, the eldest son of Omukama of BunyoroNyamutukuraKyebambe III of Bunyoro, seceded and established his own independent kingdom. Absorbed into Bunyoro-Kitara in 1876, it reasserted its independence in 1891. As with Buganda, Bunyoro, and Busoga, Tooro’s monarchy was abolished in 1967 by the Government of Uganda, but was reinstated in 1993. Then lunch. Afternoon transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park via Kasese.

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation at Mweya safari lodge.
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Day 2: QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK

After early morning breakfast, we start with a morning game drive and head for the mating ground of the Uganda Kobs. We search for the lions, elephants, buffaloes and other wild animals in their natural habitat before returning for lunch. In the afternoon we take you on a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel, a natural channel between Lake Edward and Lake George. Thanks to the abundant bird life that is sighted and the elephants, buffaloes and hundreds of hippos that are cooling off at the shores, this cruise will definitely be one of the highlights of your safari. In the evening you can enjoy a cultural performance by the Bakojo tribe including traditional dances and songs. Return for an easy evening,

  • Dinner
  • Accommodation at Mweya safari lodge
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Day 3: QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK – KAMPALA.

After breakfast, transfer back to Kampala with your parked lunch via Mbarara…lunch at Igongo cultural center and Museum. En route stop over at the Equator to perform a simple experiment and experience a tropical balance before proceeding to Kampala. Dinner and overnight at your hotel OR procede to the Airport for onward return journey back home.

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