Equator, Lake Mburo and Queen Elizabeth National Park Holiday!


Nyege Nyege, Neza Wild Weekend!


3 Days Victoria Forest Resort, Kalangala Islands

About the Holiday

Equator lunch & pics, Lake Mburo game drive, Mbarara nightlife, and the enchanting Queen Elizabeth National Park! 

27th to 29th November. 

UGX 980,000 ($278) sharing
UGX 1,190,000 ($314) single occupancy. 

• Transport to and from Kampala
• 1 night in Mbarara
• 1 night in Queen Elizabeth National Park
• Game drive in Lake Mburo National Park
• 4* comfortable accommodation. 
• All meals included
• Equator lunch and amazing photo ops
• A night out in Mbarara including meals and drinks and fun partying!
• 3 Game drives!
• A boat cruise with several game sightings. 
• Campfire drinks and board games at the game lodge
• Swimming and serene moments at the lodge. 

Detailed Itinerary; 
27th: Drive from Kampala to Mbarara
Set-off will be like at 7:30 am with a stopover at the Equator for scrumptious lunch and photo opps. 
After lunch, proceed for a Game drive through Lake Mburo National Park before our destination for the night, in Mbarara (Accommodation - Acacia Hotel). Get to enjoy Mbarara nightlife with dinner and drinks at the popular Signature Lounge!

28th, Saturday; Drive from Mbarara to Queen Elizabeth National Park at
 8 am, after Breakfast. It's the second-largest park in Uganda. 
1 pm lunch at the Park View Lodge, in the Game park. After lunch, proceed for a scenic boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel to see a number of wildlife, birds, and reptiles. 
Later have an evening game drive before we proceed back to the lodge for dinner and Campfire board games and drinks. 

29th: Optional 6 am Game drive for those who will not have gotten enough of the wildlife.. 

Breakfast at 9 am -10 am. Enjoy a relaxed morning, soak in the views, swim, take a walk... take lots of pics... 
Lunch at midday then proceeds to Kampala ..



Price of a Single Room:

USD 314

Price of a Double Room:

USD 278

Price of a Twin Room:

USD 278

Travel Dates:
27th to 29th November. 


Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular savannah reserve and has the widest variety of wildlife of any Ugandan park. The variety of habitats includes grassland savannah, forests, wetlands and lakes. This provides the setting for an extensive range of large mammals and primates. Four of the Big Five are present (rhino are absent) and chimp tracking is available.