- Gorilla trekking
- swampy vegetation
- Numerous birds
- swampy vegetation
- Lake George and Lake Edward
- Traditional drum makers
(*Minimum 2 persons)
Day One: Queen Elizabeth National Park
On arrival at Entebbe International Airport, you will be welcomed and picked by our travel guide to the beautiful pearl of Africa. Then drive to the western part of Uganda heading to Queen Elizabeth National Park through the volcanic formations of the western rift valley. You will have a stopover at the equator to photos and experiments. As you enter the park, its decency reveals a stunning panorama of Lake George and Lake Edward a midst game-filled plains. In the evening you will enjoy a unique 2 hour boat cruise on the Kazinga channel and into Lake Edward. While enjoying the cruise you are able to view animals like Hippos and many Mammals may be seen drinking water at the banks of the river. This cruise offers a good platform for photography and game viewing and also beautiful scenery for bird watching. Then in the evening return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day Two: Chimpanzee Tracking then Drive To Bwindi Impenetrable National Park
Wake up early in the morning and after breakfast enjoy a walk in the spectacular Kyambura gorge that provides you with an opportunity to view chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkeys, L’Hoest’s, etc. Have a picnic lunch and then head for Bwindi Impenetrable Forest then dinner and overnight at a hotel of your choice.
Day Three: Gorilla Tracking
Wake up early in the morning and after breakfast; enter into the Gorilla sanctuary a dramatic, steepy forested landscape. This spectacular and incredibly dense rainforest is accessed by a number of animal trails that walk through the forest. Some of the mammals that inhabit there include endangered Mountain gorilla, rare golden monkey, buffalo, elephant, black-fronted duiker, bushbuck, leopard, and giant forest hog.
Bwindi National Park is known for its endangered mountain gorillas and the time taken to find the gorillas vary according to the movements of the primates. Observing these shy and peaceful animals is moving, rare and a moving experience. Then dinner and overnight at a hotel of your choice.
Day Four: Kisoro
After breakfast drive through the beautiful traces and winding roads of Kigezi Highlands an area known as the "Switzerland of Africa" as you head to Kisoro. On reaching Kisoro check in at your hotel then with the help of our travel guide, drive to Mgahinga National Park for Gorilla tracking. Gorillas can be tracked depending on where they were last seen or following their direction while feeding and it’s an amazing thing to have a chance to see the endangered and fascinating mountain gorillas.
then you can enjoy dinner and overnight at the hotel of your choice.
Day Five: Gorilla Trekking
Wake up very early in the morning then after breakfast go to the starting point for briefing about Gorilla tracking by the park ranger. This gives you a great chance to see the endangered mountain gorillas. Then dinner and overnight at a hotel of your choice.
Day Six: Drive to Lake Mburo
Have an early morning breakfast and then together with your packed lunch drive to Lake Mburo national park. On your way you may have a stopover at Igongo cultural centre; this is rich with cultural heritage of western Uganda and then proceed to Lake Mburo. In the evening you will enjoy a boat ride in the park where you will be able to view a variety of wildlife in the park. Dinner and overnight at a hotel of your choice.
Day Seven: Departure
Wake up early in the morning for breakfast and then after that, drive to the exit of the park heading to Kampala. On your way you will have a stopover in Mbarara for Lunch then proceed to Entebbe for an onward flight back home.
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