3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari to Lake Mburo national park and Queen Elizabeth National Park

3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari to Lake Mburo national park the home of Bushel’s Zebras and Queen Elizabeth National Park the oldest Uganda national park. This Uganda tour starts from Kampala city, and then our Uganda safari guide drives you to Lake Mburo national park for having the first wildlife safari experience in Uganda.

On the second day, you will be transferred to Uganda’s oldest national park – Queen Elizabeth national park which is home to a series of Tree-climbing lions, African Elephants, Cape Buffaloes, and a series of Antelopes. The Uganda tour starts and ends in Kampala.

Safari Highlights of the 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari

Safari in Details of the 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari

  • Day 1 of the 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari: You will be welcomed by our hospitable, professional, and experienced staff.

Drive from Entebbe/ Kampala passed Lake Mburo National Park (LMNP), through the towns of Masaka and Lyantonde, but more interestingly staying at the equator for some time; this means standing in the northern and southern hemispheres at the same time. Breakfast and lunch en route.

Driving through towns of Mbarara – the so-called capital city of the western region of Uganda. Keeping your eyes out, you will see amazing rolling hills in the Kigezi Region as we approach Bushenyi. Reaching Queen Elizabeth National Park- The Medley of Wonders in the late afternoon.

Overnight stay at Mweya Albertine Hostel (moderate) or Mweya Lodge (upmarket).

  • Day 2 of the 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari: A game drive in the morning and transfer to Queen Elizabeth national park

Uganda wildlife safari geared for the search of the only King of the Jungle – the tree-climbing lions and other mammal species like the spotted hyena, elephant, buffalo, totaling to 100, approximately 616 bird species including but not limited to the papyrus gonolek, sunbirds, vultures, cisticolas, etc. Remember this is the most bio-diversity national park in the south Saharan region.

After lunch, go for the launch/ boat cruise on the Kazinga channel – this is the connection between L. Edward and L. George where you can see lots of aquatic life, ranging from mammals, reptiles, amphibians to birds. Overnight stay at Mweya Albertine Hostel (moderate) or Mweya Lodge (upmarket).

  • Day 3 of the 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari: Drive from Queen Elizabeth National Park back to Kampala

Using the northern route, through towns of Kasese where we find the Kilembe copper and cobalt company, Hima cement factory and keeping your eyes out, you will see some of the highest snow-capped peaks of ‘the mountains of the moon’- the Rwenzoris, touching the horizon; drive ahead through Fort Portal – where you will see the headquarters of the Tooro Kingdom. Lunch en route, reaching in the late afternoon

  • End of the 3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari
3 Days Uganda Wildlife Safari

Cape Buffalo in Queen Elizabeth

Kind note:

  • The budget above includes all the required fees, ranging from accommodation, safaris, guiding, conservation fees to permits
    • This budget is based on four adults (above 12 years of age), but in case there are minors (5-12 years), the entry permit fees reduce by 50%. And below 5 years don’t pay entry permit fees
    • The accommodation rates are based on a full board basis.
    • Moderate budget is based on Mweya Hostel which is a good accommodation facility with self-contained rooms plus a 4WD van; and upmarket budget is based on Mweya Lodge, a 4-star lodge and a 4WD land cruiser
    • The fuel cost includes the mileage to be covered in the game drives in the national park
    • Uganda is basically tropical, so the client is advised to carry bright-colored dressings as its hot most of the time
    • The itinerary can be tailor-made to suit the time, interest, and travel budget of our client. More days can be applied to include more destinations or tour activities. Just mention it and we prepare it for you.
    • The days allocated to indicate the time spent at the designated tour places and travel or transfer time.
    • To protect the animals, birds, and visitors, you must follow the instructions and rules as given by your tour guide.
    • The client is advised to carry his/her own equipment to use such as binoculars, jungle boots, cameras, insect repellants, telescopes, and raincoats

Prices are quoted in US Dollars or Euros as they are the easily convertible international currencies in Uganda/ Rwanda. At the time of booking confirmation, the client(s) will need to pay for all gorilla and chimpanzee permits needed in full and a deposit of not less than 50% of the total safari cost.

Safari Inclusions

  • The prices for car hire include; Tour guide/ driver’s allowance, and wear and tear or repair.
    • The rates may have a percentage increase for handling
    • The client is advised to carry Dollar or Euro bills of the year 2000 and above, as those of 1999 and below are under-rated in the foreign exchange market in the foreign market.
    Prices quoted for the whole tour package include:
    • a 4WD safari car for the itinerary stated,
    • All current government taxes relevant to the itinerary
    • Vehicle insurance
    • Bottled water en route,
    • All entry fees/ permits for protected areas, national parks, conservation fees, and reserve fees relevant to the itinerary
    • Trained English speaking driver/ tour guide
    • All per diems and handling fees for the company
    • Full board accommodation, unless otherwise stated.


  • Air flights (unless otherwise stated)
    • Alterations to the itinerary
    • Entry visas
    • airport taxes (unless stated)
    • Tips
    • Laundry
    • Beverages (except those in our personal safari vehicle)
    • Hospital bills/ treatment costs and international evacuation in the event of an emergency
    • Fines
    • Travel insurance,
    • Telephone calls, internet costs, or other communication fees.
    • For single rooms, the supplement (SRS) has to be paid unless stated prior.
    • Activities such as specialty birding, mountain climbing, sport fishing, and other specialized activities will attract an extra charge where not stated.
    • Porters’ fees unless otherwise stated

Our Popular & Discounted Uganda Wildlife Safari Packages

Mega Wild Safaris Tailor all kind of Uganda Wildlife Safari Tour Packages to the top-rated safari tour Wildlife destinations which Include Bwindi Impenetrable Park, Murchison falls park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kibale Forest Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, Lake Mburo Park, and Mgahinga Gorilla Park for Golden Monkey Tracking Tours.

Mega Wild Safaris Popular wildlife Safaris to give our clients a great opportunity to go and have an unforgettable experience Safari Trips to the popular Uganda wildlife safari destinations.

These popular safaris include; 3 days Uganda Wildlife Safaris, 4 days Murchison Falls National Park Safari, 4 days Uganda Primate Tour, and 5 days Uganda safari, 3 days Murchison Falls Uganda Safari

Uganda Gorilla Safari Destinations

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Uganda: Bwindi was gazetted as a National Park in 1991 and declared a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in 1994.

The Mubare gorilla group was the first to become available for tourism in Uganda in April 1993. Nine groups are now habituated for tourism, and one for research.

Spread over a series of steep ridges and valleys, Bwindi is the source of five major rivers, which flow into Lake Edward. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies in southwestern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley.

Its mist-covered hillsides are blanketed by one of Uganda’s oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests, which dates back over 25,000 years and contains almost 400 species of plants. Read More Here…

Mgahinga Gorilla National Park sits high in the clouds, at an altitude of between 2,227m and 4,127m. As its name suggests, it was created to protect the rare mountain gorillas that inhabit its dense forests, and it is also an important habitat for the endangered golden monkey.

As well as being important for wildlife, the park also has a huge cultural significance, in particular for the indigenous Batwa pygmies.

This tribe of hunter-gatherers was the forest’s “first people”, and their ancient knowledge of its secrets remains unrivalled.

Mgahinga’s most striking features are its three conical, extinct volcanoes, part of the spectacular Virunga Range that lies along the border region of Uganda, Congo and Rwanda. Read More Here…