Park entrance fees for Queen Elizabeth National Park : Park Entrance fees are a sum of money levied on a traveler who wishes to access the park’s remarkable activities. The park activities are charged separately from the park entrance fees. Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the Uganda National Parks and the most visited on Uganda Wildlife Safaris. However, the money collected as the entrance fees stand to support the conservation area and wildlife reserves managed by Uganda Wildlife Authority ‘’UWA’’.
Before a traveler gets entrance acceptance, you will be requested to present a valid identification to identify their status that is; East African Citizens, Foreigners, and Foreign residents.
Park Entrance Fees
The park entry fee is charged individually and it is within 24 hours.
Children under the age of 15 years do not pay park entry fees.
Foreigners pay USD40 per person per trek, Foreign residents pay USD30 and East African Citizens pay UGX20,000 to access the park activities.
Annual Park Fees
The annual park fees are only paid by foreign residents and East African Members of Uganda, Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania.
The fees apply to all protected areas for foreign residents in Uganda and East African Members
Tour company driver must be an individual from a recognized Ugandan tour company who drives visitors to the park.
Foreign residents require a work permit valid for one or two years to qualify for annual entrance fees.
An individual who is a foreign resident pays USD350 and an East African citizen pays UGX350,000 as annual entry fees to Queen Elizabeth National Park
A couple of foreign residents pay USD600 and East African citizen is charged UGX500,000 as annual fees to the park
A foreign resident with a maximum of 4 children is charged USD800 and East African citizens pay UGX600,000 as annual entry fees to the park.
Annual corporate groups of 10 people are charged USD1,500 and East African citizens pay UGX2.5 million.
A Safari guide is charged UGX200,000 for the annual park entrance fees; a safari guide must be a member of the East African Community.
The taxi driver is charged UGX150,000 for the annual fees and the tour company driver goes for free.
Foreign residents with saloon cars pay USD40 and UGX20,000 For East African citizens parking in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Foreign residents with Minibuses pay USD50 and UGX30,000 for an East African member to park inside the park.
Pick – Ups
Foreign residents pay USD50 and UGX30,000 for East African citizens.
Tour Company Vehicle and 4 Wheel drive
Foreign residents pay USD150 and East African citizens pay UGX30,000 as annual entrance fees.
Foreign residents pay USD150 and East African citizens are charged UGX100,000 as annual entrance fees
Buses and Lorries
Foreign residents pay USD 200 and East African citizen pay 200,000 for annual entry to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Foreign residents pay USD200 and UGX50,000 for East African Citizens
Aircraft Landing fees ‘’ per landing ‘’
The landing fees exclude entry fees payable by passengers.
Pilots in Enroute in the park do not pay entry fees if they spend less than 2 hours in the park.
A seat of up to 3 seaters
The foreign resident is charged USD20 and East African members pay UGX40,000 as landing fees to the park, Park Entrance Fees for Queen Elizabeth National Park
4 – 6 seater
The foreign resident is charged USD30 and East African members pay UGX60,000 as landing fees to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
7 – 14seater
The foreign resident is charged USD40 and East African citizens pay UGX 80,000 as landing fees to Queen Elizabeth National Park
The foreign resident is charged USD50 and East African citizens are charged UGX100,000
21 seats and above
Foreign resident pays USD60 and East African citizens is charged UGX120,000 for landing in the park.
Foreign residents pay USD125 and East African citizens UGX250,000 and parking fees per day for East African citizens pay UGX10,000.