4 Days Tree Climbing Lions Safaris in Ishasha Sector
This tree climbing Uganda safari tour begins from Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda. In involves doing game drives in search of the rare tree climbing lions of Ishasha Sector in the south of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Apart from spotting lions hanging one the fig trees, expect to see other animal species in Ishasha as well as in Kasenyi plains found in the northern sector of the gigantic park. During the tree climbing lion tour, expect to enjoy a 2-hour boat cruise on Kazinga Channel, a spectacular 40 kilometres water body in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Ishasha areas and its attractive lions that climb trees is one of the tourist attractions in Queen Elizabeth National Park where visitors go to enjoy their Ugandan safari holidays. Other places to tour in the park in case one has enough time include Kazinga Channel, Maramagambo forest, Kyambura Gorge, Mweya Peninsula, the Crater Lakes and Kalinzu Central Forest Reserve in the neighboring environs of the park.
- Transfer to the park from Kampala, enjoy a Kazinga Channel Boat Cruise
- Game drive in the northern section of the park searching for various animals, transfer to the southern Ishasha area.
- Morning and evening game drive in the vast Ishasha Sector
- Transfer back to Kampala, with an en route lunch
Detailed Tree Climbing Lion Safari
Day 1: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park, take an evening Boat Cruise
Day 2: Enjoy a Game Drive Safari in the north of the Park
Day 3: Take a Morning Game Drive and repeat it in the evening
Day 4: Drive Back to Kampala