Arrival in Entebbe where you will be met by a member of our team and transferred to your hotel to recuperate from the journey.
Depending on travel time, you may have a city tour.
Overnight is foreseen at Serena Hotel Kampala or Protea by Marriott Entebbe
Day 2: Kampala – Murchison Falls
Travel time: 6 Hours
Depart Kampala very early for Murchison Falls National. This is a five to six hours’ drive. You will have lunch in Masindi and later continue to the park. You will have the opportunity to walk to the falls before you check in your hotel for an overnight.
En-route to Masindi ~3 hours’ drive out of Kampala you will stop at the Ziiwa Rhino Sanctuary to track Rhinos before proceeding to Masindi for lunch.
Visit the magnificent Top of the falls.
Overnight at Parra safari lodge, Meal Plan: Lunch + dinner.
Meal Plan: Full Board
Day 3: Game drive & Launch cruise on the Nile
After an early breakfast, you will have a game drive through the delta circuit, reputably known for high concentrations of wildlife. Return to the lodge and spend the rest of the morning at leisure.
What to expect;
Lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, buffaloes, hyenas, hartebeests, oribis, Uganda Kobs, chimpanzees and monkeys.
In the afternoon, you will go for the superb launch cruise on the Nile. In addition to taking you close to the base of the waterfall, the 3-hour launch trip follows a stretch of the Nile with a compelling African atmosphere. Game viewing is excellent.
What to expect:
- Hippos in their hundreds
- Some of the largest Nile crocodiles left in Africa,
- Small herds of buffalo, waterbuck, and kob
- The birdlife on the banks is stunning. Birds to be seen include the African fish Eagle, Goliath heron, saddle-billed stork, African Jacana, Pied and malachite kingfishers, African skimmer, Piacpiac, rock pratincole kingfishers, bee-eaters and many more
Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge.
Meal Plan: Full Board
Day 4: Transfer to Kibale National Park via Hoima
Travel Time: 8 Hours.
Uganda is the primate capital of East Africa and Kibale National park alone is home to thirteen primate species.
Over night at Primate Lodge Kibale /Kyaninga Lodge.
Day 5: Chimpanzee tracking
Today after an early breakfast, you will track the chimps and later in the afternoon, go for a swamp walk and bird viewing in Bogodi Swamp.
Overnight at Primate Lodge Kibale /Kyaninga Lodge.
Day 6: KIBALE- FORT PORTAL- QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK
Travel time 2-3 hours
Travel time: Leave Kibale via Fort Portal town which is perhaps the most attractive town in Uganda, situated amid lush rolling hillsides swathed in neat tea plantations, and offering excellent views across to the glacial peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains to the West. The area around Fort Portal has one of the world’s densest concentrations of volcanic crater lakes formed about 10,000 years ago by the tectonic activities associated with the Great Rift Valley. Have a lunch break in Fort Portal and proceed to Queen Elizabeth national Park.
Accommodation & Meal Plan:Mweya Safari Lodge (Full Board)
DAY 7:QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK (Game drive)
After an early breakfast, go for a game drive
Queen Elizabeth National Park is located in Western Uganda on the border with DRC Congo. It is one of Uganda’s most varied and lovely protected areas. Its location is superb on the floor of the albertine Rift valley at the foot of the snow –capped Rwenzori Mountain between lakes Edward and George.
What to expect:
- 604 species of birds like the African fish eagle, yellow billed stork among others.
- Cats like lions, Leopard, serval etc.
- Canid like side stripped jackal
- Civets, Genets and mongooses.
You will go back to the lodge for lunch and later in the afternoon, take a launch cruise on the Kazinga Channel
Evening game drive (optional)
Return to the lodge, freshen up and enjoy your dinner.
Accommodation & Meal Plan: Mweya Safari Lodge (Full Board)
Spend the day at Leisure.
Forest / Nature Walk through Maragambo Forest and the bat’s cave.
Here you will see plenty of monkeys most black and white Columbus, red tailed and velvet monkeys. Also lovely for birdwatchers. Look out for woodpeckers, Green bull, sunbirds and other more elusive species.
You may choose to walk longer to the bat’s cave and the rock python residence.
Day 9: Transfer to Bwindi via Ishasha. Travel time: 5 hours.
You will transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park through the Southerly Sector and get a chance to see the tree climbing lions.
On arrival you will check and recuperate from the journey.
Dinner and overnight at Trackers Safari Lodge.
Day 10:Gorilla Tracking
At 331 Sq. Km its home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas whose presence is the most exciting wildlife encounter. Bwindi is the most diverse rainforest with 4000 species of birds, butterflies, ferns, frogs, mammals, chameleons among others.
Tracking is a captivating and unforgettable experience which more than repays the effort needed to reach Bwindi. Gorilla tracking starts at 8:30 AM and can last a few hours to a whole day depending on where the gorillas were left the previous day.
- Batwa Pigmy walk
- Swamp Walk
- Nature/community walk
Dinner and Overnight at Trackers Safari Lodge
Day 11: Bwindi to Lake Bunyonyi (Travel time: 2-3 Hours)
Lake Bunyonyi was formed 10,000 years ago when a river was dammed by Lava. This “place of many little birds “is one of the most beautiful and safest lakes in Africa with 29 islands and a great bird population.
Arrive and check in to your lodge.
Day 12: Leisure on Lake Bunyonyi
Today you will spend the day at leisure.
Optional Activities at Leisure:
- Canoe rides
Day 13: Transfer to Lake Mburo (Travel time 4 hours)
After breakfast, you will transfer to Lake Mburo National Park
Mburo National Park is a gem of a park conveniently located close to the Western Highway with a wealth of wildlife in a tropical setting in the middle of an extensive rich acacia woodland. The park also has an impressive bird list (332 species) including shoebill, papyrus, yellow warbler, African fin foot, saddle billed stork, brown chested wattled plover among others.
Check in and have lunch at the Lodge: Rwakobo Rock
At 4:00pm take a boat trip on Lake Mburo. This will last about 2 hours where you will get a chance to see a variety of wildlife e.g. crocodiles, hippos and birds like the African Fish Eagle, African fin foot, cormorants, kingfishers, herons etc.
If time allows, you will have an evening game drive
Day 14: Lake Mburo- Kampala
In the morning, you will have a game drive in Lake Park and later depart for Kampala stopping over at the Equator for a photo opportunity.
Day 15: Kampala City Tour and Departure
Depending on your departure time, you will have a city tour of Kampala.
The city also known as “crazy crazy” Kampala is the party capital of East Africa is an actual attraction.
The only Bahai Temple in Africa, The Gadaffi National Mosque, The Uganda Museum, The Kabaka’s palace among others.
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|Uganda Safari 15 Days||$ 0||$ 0||10||Every Monday||15 days, 14 nights|
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