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4-Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari

Chimpanzee Safari


(Chimpanzee safari)

4 Days Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari.

Queen Elizabeth National Park.

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most popular and biologically diverse national parks in Uganda. Situated in the western part of the country along the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, the park encompasses a variety of ecosystems and habitats that support an abundance of wildlife. The park covers an area of approximately 1,978 square kilometers (764 square miles), making it the second-largest national park in Uganda after Murchison Falls National Park. It is located between the towns of Kasese and Rukungiri in the Western Region of Uganda.The park is renowned for its impressive wildlife diversity, boasting of over 95 mammal species and more than 600 bird species. Some of the key animals found in the park include elephants, hippos, lions, leopards, Uganda kobs, buffaloes, chimpanzees, and a variety of primates, antelopes, and smaller mammals. The Kazinga Channel, which connects Lake Edward and Lake George, is home to one of the largest concentrations of hippos in Africa.

4 days & 3 nights.

Day 1: Arrival and afternoon game drive.
  • Arrive at Kasese Airport or Mweya Peninsula and transfer to your accommodation inside the park.
  • Savor a delicious lunch and take some time to relax, unwind and settle in.
  • Embark on an afternoon game drive through the Kasenyi and Queen's Mile areas of the park. Look out for lions, elephants, Uganda kobs, and other wildlife.
  • Return to your lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 2 :Game drive and boat cruise.
  • Enjoy a delicious breakfast before embarking on a morning game drive. The morning game drive is a great way to explore the park's diverse wildlife, including animals like elephants, waterbucks, buffaloes, Uganda kobs, lions, leopards, bushbucks, warthogs, giant forest hogs, hyenas, and many bird species.
  • Enjoy a picnic lunch at a designated area within the park.
  • Embark on a boat cruise along the Kazinga channel. The Kazinga Channel boat cruise is a two-hour wildlife viewing experience along the river. The boats are open-sided, covered to protect from sun or rain, and fitted with seats for relaxation.
  • During the boat cruise, you will have the chance to see a variety of wildlife that congregate along the channel's banks. Key sights include large numbers of hippos, as well as crocodiles, buffalo, elephants, and a diverse array of water birds.
  • Return to your camp/lodge and share your amazing experience with fellow travel enthusiasts.
  • Dinner and an overnight stay at the camp/lodge.
Day 3. Chimpanzee trekking and Ishasha sector game drive.
  • Start your day with an early breakfast to prepare for the chimpanzee trekking activity.
  • Head to the Kyambura Gorge, a 100m deep rift valley located within the boundaries of Queen Elizabeth National Park. The Kyambura Gorge is home to a community of chimpanzees, our closest living relatives in the animal kingdom.
  • Embark on a guided trek through the dense, lush forest of the gorge. The trek can take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours, depending on the location of the chimpanzee community that day.
  • Once you locate the chimps, you will be able to spend 1-2 hours observing their fascinating behaviors, social interactions, and movements through the trees.This is an incredible opportunity to see chimpanzees in their natural habitat and gain a deeper appreciation for these intelligent primates.
  • Depart early for the Ishasha sector of the park, known for its unique tree-climbing lions.
  • Embark on a game drive, searching for the tree-climbing lions as well as other wildlife like elephants, antelopes, and birds.
  • Enjoy a picnic lunch at a designated area within the park.
  • Return to your camp/lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 4: Final Game Drive And Departure.
  • Embark on an early morning game drive after savoring a delicious breakfast at your camp/lodge.
  • Return to your lodge/camp and after checkout depart for Kampala or any destination of choice.
  • Meet, Greet, and Assist services.
  • Full board accommodation while on Safari.
  • Game drives in the parks and game reserves visited.
  • A professional driver/guide.
  • Transport in a comfortable safari vehicle with a pop-up roof for game viewing.
  • Drinking water while on safari.
  • Two airport transfers in a comfortable vehicle.
  • Park fees to the parks and game reserves visited unless otherwise stated.
  • Soft and alcoholic drinks.
  • Maasai cultural village visit and other optional activities.
  • Laundry and telephone expenses.
  • Tips to service providers.
  • Any activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
Essential Travel Tips for Your East African Adventure

Clothing On Safari

Make sure you pack different layers of clothes. During the day temperatures may vary and wearing different layers makes it easy to quickly adapt to weather changes. Pack protective clothing against the sun and mosquitoes. Also don’t forget your swimming clothes and a poncho and/or a raincoat to stay dry during unexpected rain showers.


Sunglasses are another essential item to pack for a safari in Kenya. The sun can be pretty harsh, so protecting your eyes from the glare is necessary. We recommend packing a pair of polarized sunglasses that will reduce glare and provide 100% UV protection.


A hat is a must-have item when going on a safari in East Africa. Not only will it protect you from the harsh sun, but it will also keep your head cool and prevent mosquito bites. We recommend packing a wide-brimmed hat to provide maximum protection against the sun. A baseball cap or visor will do the trick if you don’t have a wide-brimmed hat.

Insect Repellent

Remember to pack insect repellent! Mosquitoes are everywhere in Kenya, so protecting yourself from bites is essential. Pack a strong insect repellent that contains at least 30% DEET. Apply the repellent liberally all over your body, especially in areas where mosquitoes are known to bite, such as the ankles, wrists, and neck.

Single Use Plastic

The import of plastic is banned in several countries in East Africa. When traveling, ensure you don’t carry plastic bags or other disposable plastic items. We fully support this change and recommend you bring your drinking bottle to refill with the water we provide on your safari. If you have any questions about which items are allowed in the country of arrival, do not hesitate to ask us!

Tipping on safari

Although not mandatory, tipping is an expression of your gratitude and appreciation for your guide and other staff making your safari more memorable.

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We offer safaris ranging from Budget safaris, Mid-Range & Luxury Safaris, Wildlife Photographic Safaris, Beach Vacations, as well as Mountain Climbing adventures. We also offer city excursions, hotel bookings & airport transfers. We customize itineraries to meet all the client’s requests and interests. Kairi Tours & Safaris additionally offers daily group joining safaris that can be booked by solo travelers. The company has its fleet of safari vehicles and a budget-tented camp, Rhino Tourist Camp, located in the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve.
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