Uganda “the pearl of Africa” is a land of distinction, endowed with unmatched wildlife, serene undulating hills covered with varied flora, the savannah jungle largely inhabited by several species of antelopes and rainforest with the musical accompaniment of birdlife. Uganda is lively with these contrasts: yet silent elephants, disappearing like a vapour behind the trees, the chimpanzees crashing about the forest canopy, and the gentle giant mountain gorillas chewing thoughtfully in the bamboo thickets. Discover the distinctive wilderness when you choose to travel with limitless Tours and travels Uganda.
QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK:
Queen Elizabeth national park is the most popular park in Uganda, evidenced by the number of tourists visiting each year, It is famous for its tree climbing lions located in the Ishasha sector and it is blessed with an assortment of carter lakes, forested gorges, savannah plains, swamps and the magnificent kazinga channel. The park covers 2000 sq. kms, and includes a remarkable variety of Eco-systems, from semi deciduous tropical forest to green thickets, Savannah and swamps. It is the home of, the Uganda kobs and other antelopes as well as elephants, buffalo's, hippos, baboons, leopards, and chimpanzee. Over 500 species of bird have been recorded here making it a prime target for birdwatchers. Species recorded include the shoebill stork, black bee-eater, 11 types of kingfishers, several falcons and eagles. In the crater lakes, spectacular flocks of flamingos gather creating the image of a moving pink carpet. The launch trip along the Kazinga channel between Lake George and Edward is a memorable way to view the abundant game in Queen Elizabeth national park. North of the main gate is the crater area, one of the most scenic parts of the park. To the east, in kyambura gorge, visitors can climb through tropical forest and catch a sight of a variety of primates including the chimpanzees. In the most isolated Ishasha sector of the park, search the woodlands for the tree-climbing lions perching on the boughs of ancient fig trees. To the southeast, travellers can explore newly opened trails in maramagambo forest.
|DAY 1||Arrival to Entebbe|
|DAY 2||Kampala- Mubende – Fort portal- Tooro royal palace|
|DAY 3||Fort portal –Kibale national park.|
|DAY 4||Kibale national park - Queen elizabeth national park|
|DAY 5||Queen elizabeth national park|
|DAY 6||Ishasha-Kampala via Mbarara|