Drive from Kampala/Entebbe to Queen Elizabeth national park. The 7-8hour journey will take through different trading centres, observing how people go about their business. This park is the second largest in Uganda after Murchison Falls NP and is known for big herds of elephants along the Kazinga Channel. Besides that, you will also be able to see large herds of Uganda cobs, warthogs, buffalos, water bucks, lions and leopards.
Wake up early for a morning game drive to view Uganda cobs, elephants, lions and leopards (based on luck), hippos, buffaloes, warthogs and different bird species. Viewing all the above will take like 3 hours on average before the sun intensifies its scotching heat. Animals are always active either in the morning hours or late in the evening. Apart from the rest of wildlife, luck has to be on your side to see lions and leopards. You will also be able to visit a salt lake nearby to see how salt is locally mined from a crater lake.
The afternoon 2 hour boat ride on Kazinga Channel is among the highlights of this trip with its different bird species, crocodiles, buffaloes, and waterbucks, elephants coming to assuage their thirst, schools of hippos and a village of fishermen at the park boundary.
As you say farewell to nature and wildlife after breakfast, it is possible to see more new wildlife as you pass through the park heading back to Kampala/Entebbe. Since you cross the Equator, take your time to shoot lots of photos for remembrance.