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4 Day Tree Climbing Lion Safari

While on safari in Africa, most visitors aspire to spot lions. Fortunately, lions are not as difficult to see as rhinos or leopards. Uganda is one of the top safari sites in Africa for spotting lions. Lions, unlike other felines, are very gregarious and live in pride of up to 15 individuals, which may include males, females, and their young (Cubs).
So you can observe the children as they play and converse with their bored-looking mothers. There is nothing more terrifying than hearing a lion roar in the middle of the night when camping, although lions are not known to harm humans.
You may enjoy a half-day or full-day game drive around Queen Elizabeth National Park from the luxury of an open roof and air-conditioned safari jeep, where you may spot a thousand free-roaming animals. A game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park allows you to see lions, zebras, African elephants, buffaloes, warthogs, various antelopes, bushbucks, and many other wonderful animals.

Highlights

Day 1: Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park

Day 2: Game viewing drive & Boat trip

Day 3: Tree lion spotting in Ishasha Sector

Day 4: Departure

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park

After breakfast, depart in the direction of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Stop at the Equator to experience being in both hemispheres at the same time. Continue through the Park’s beautiful hills, stopping for a game drive along the way, and arrive in the late afternoon. You may go on a brief evening game drive or relax by the pool at the lodge, then have supper and spend the night there.

Day 1

Day 1: Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park

After breakfast, depart in the direction of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Stop at the Equator to experience being in both hemispheres at the same time. Continue through the Park’s beautiful hills, stopping for a game drive along the way, and arrive in the late afternoon. You may go on a brief evening game drive or relax by the pool at the lodge, then have supper and spend the night there.

Day 1

Day 2: Game viewing drive & Boat trip

After a cup of tea or coffee, we will proceed on a game viewing drive along the Kasenyi route in search of early risers and predators returning to their hideouts before retiring for a hearty meal while we wait for lunch.
After lunch, take an afternoon launch cruise through the Kazinga Channel, which is known for having the largest population of hippos in Africa. There are large crocodiles, elephants, and buffaloes sunbathing along the water’s edge, as well as 611 different bird species. The Boat offers a stable platform for photography. Return for supper and sleep.

Day 2

Day 2: Game viewing drive & Boat trip

After a cup of tea or coffee, we will proceed on a game viewing drive along the Kasenyi route in search of early risers and predators returning to their hideouts before retiring for a hearty meal while we wait for lunch.
After lunch, take an afternoon launch cruise through the Kazinga Channel, which is known for having the largest population of hippos in Africa. There are large crocodiles, elephants, and buffaloes sunbathing along the water’s edge, as well as 611 different bird species. The Boat offers a stable platform for photography. Return for supper and sleep.

Day 2

Day 3: Tree lion spotting in Ishasha Sector

After breakfast, transfer to Ishasha sector in Queen Elizabeth’s southern section, noted for tree-climbing lions. Take a full-day game drive to look for tree lions and other wildlife. Return to the lodge for dinner and a night’s rest.

Day 3

Day 3: Tree lion spotting in Ishasha Sector

After breakfast, transfer to Ishasha sector in Queen Elizabeth’s southern section, noted for tree-climbing lions. Take a full-day game drive to look for tree lions and other wildlife. Return to the lodge for dinner and a night’s rest.

Day 3

Day 4: Departure

After breakfast, take a leisurely drive back to Kampala, stopping for plenty of wildlife watching along the way.

Day 4

Day 4: Departure

After breakfast, take a leisurely drive back to Kampala, stopping for plenty of wildlife watching along the way.

Day 4