Early morning game drive to see more animals that include lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo, Hippo and a variety of antelopes. Over 500 bird species have been identified here, making it a haven for bird-watchers. They include the black bee-eater, 11 different species of kingfisher and several falcons, eagles and other raptors. Queen Elizabeth National Park has been designated a Biosphere Reserve for Humanity under UNESCO auspices. It covers large parts of Lake George and Lake Edward as well as Kazinga Channel in the western area of the Great Rift Valley. Visit Kichwamba Escarpment for a Community/Nature Walk along the Escarpment overlooking the Western Rift valley in which lies Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is an opportunity to see how the rural folk live. Here you will see spectacular crater lakes and participate in community activities like crop harvesting and local gin brewing.
After lunch take a 2-hour Boat cruise on the Kazinga channel. This waterway joins Lakes Edward and George and it is filled with schools of hippos, with buffaloes and elephants at the banks.
Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge/Jacana Lodge (High end), King Fisher, Katara Lodge (Mid range) Simba Camp (Budget)
Meal plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner