Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 19 days
Maximum number of people: 60
Location: Muhavura Volcano, Lake Mburo NP, Bwindi Impenetrable NP, Queen Elizabeth NP, Kibale NP, Murchison Falls National Park
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Looking for a once in a lifetime experience? Stop at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary to visit the reintroduced white rhino. A life time experience to Kidepo Valley National Park, besides the expected wild game drive across the park where you shall see lions and other animals, you can enjoy activities include hiking trips, sightseeting tours, birdwatching, and the rich culture of the Karimajongs. Have game drives on the large savannah at Murchison Falls National Park and boat trips to the Murchison Falls and the Victoria Nile delta. In the delta there is a fair change to see the strange shoebill. Meet a close relative in Kibale Forest during a chimp walk and see lots of birds and smaller primate species when walking through Bigodi Swamp. Look for lion, leopard and the unique Uganda kob during game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park. See lots of African buffalo, hippo, bushelephant and other mammals when sailing the Kazinga Channel, but don’t forget to look for birds and large nile crocodiles. Meet a small group of chimpanzees in the untouched Kyambura Gorge and look for tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha Sector. Enjoy one of the highlights of this tour: gorilla tracking. Visit the last mountain gorillas in the afromontane forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and spend an hour amongst these gentle giants. Have an extra day to explore Kisoro and surroundings. Spend time at a coffee tour or climb for example Mount Gahinga. Have to complete this great tour several game drives in Lake Mburo and watch for impala, plains zebra, eland antelope and topi, but don’t forget the wide variety of birds. Have a relaxing boat trip on Lake Mburo and look for the elusive African finfoot and wonder yourself about the large numbers of African fish eagle.
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This Uganda Tour begins and ends in Kampala. The tour takes you to Murchison Falls National Park, which is the biggest protected area of Uganda (with up to 3.840 Kms). Named after the falls on the river Victoria Nile, the most impressive in East Africa, Murchison Falls is Uganda’s favorite national park for sightseeing. Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary, Jinja (Source of the Nile and Bujagali Falls), The tour also takes you to Semilki National Park, Kibale Forest National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Lake Mburo National Park, and Kampala City and Uganda Wildlife Education Center.
When you arrive, you will be met and welcomed by our Safari guide and then later transferred to Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary. You will leave the mainland at 12:45hours and carry out the afternoon chimpanzee feeding at 14:30hours. Dinner and overnight at Ngamba Island Tented Camp
After breakfast in the morning, Morning chimpanzee feeding at 11:00 hours will be carried out and later return to the mainland at 13: 00hours.You will have lunch en-route while being transferred to the Jinja highway toward Jinja. When you arrive at Mabira Forest, you will like this magnificent forest with its trees, small mammals, birds, butterflies’ fauna and flora. You will be led along by a ranger who is well versed in Mabira, birds, butterflies, plants and wildlife. Dinner and Overnight at Gately On the Nile
After morning breakfast, you will go to the Bujagali Falls for white water rafting. You will spend the morning bouncing over, through and under the water during this activity. You will stop to have lunch at Sunset Hotel and then visit the Source of the Nile and see where John Speke discovered what is known today as the Source of the Nile. You can take a boat ride on the Nile and go right to where Lake Victoria and the Nile meet. You will have lots of opportunities to take pictures from flowers to the Nile and its fishermen. Dinner and Overnight at Gately On the Nile
Leaving for Murchison Falls National Park will be at 06:00hours in the morning .When driving, the Panorama is interesting. You will have lunch at Murchison Falls National Park at either Paraa Safari Lodge or Red Chilli Tented Camp. You will take a late afternoon game drive and most likely be astonished by the variety of wildlife that you will encounter along the 2 1/2-hour drive. Dinner and overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge or Red Chilli Tented Camp (FB)
You will have an early breakfast and take off for a morning game drive. You will be able to see the sun rise over the savanna and enjoy, giraffes, buffalos, birds the lions, antelopes, elephants and more along the way. We return for a break and lunch; you will enjoy a swim at Paraa Lodge. Late in the afternoon we go for a boat ride on the Nile and often the highlight of the trip to Murchison Falls National Park. Feel free to take pictures of crocodiles, birds, monkeys, elephants hippos, buffalos and of course the fabulous falls themselves. Dinner and overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge or Red Chilli Rest Camp (FB)
You will be driven early in the morning from Murchison Falls to Semilki Park. This is the only national park in Uganda where you can go for a night drive to view many cats, white tailed mongoose, slim mongoose and minuscule genet, after having dinner, you will go on a night drive. This game drive will yield the nightjars which are very uncommon to see during the day and much nocturnal wildlife. Overnight at Semliki Safari Lodge
You will have a boat trip on Lake Albert with your packed lunch. You will observe the colonies of Long-tailed Hawk, Forest Francolin, Nkulengu Rail, Western Bronze-napped Pigeon, Black-collared Lovebird, Red-throated bee-eaters dart, Spot-breasted Ibis, Hartlaubsa’s Duck, Chestnut-flanked Goshawk, Red-thighed Sparrowhawk and many others. Then have lunch at the waterfalls which provide a great picnic spot. Have views of several fishing villages along the way, and a visit at the tribal community at the foothills of the Rwenzoris, where the locals look forward to welcoming and entertaining visitors. Return to the lodge for dinner and relaxation.
Overnight at Semliki Safari Lodge (FB)
After early breakfast, drive to Fort portal with lunch en-route. You will drive through traditional homesteads and farms and this will enable you enjoy the beautiful scenery across that part of the country. You will have a leisurely late afternoon hike around the town and return in time dinner and overnight at Ndali lodge or Primates Lodge (FB)
With your packed lunch, find your way to the forest after being briefed by the experienced guide who is to lead you while tracking. In the park, you may have a view of all the primates like Blue, Black faced Red Colobus, Red Tailed Monkeys, Olive Baboons and an incredible array of bird life, including the Great Blue Turaco, Chimps, Black and White Colobus Monkeys. In the afternoon, have a Bigodi Swamp walk in bid to view the birds and monkeys that live in the swamp. Dinner and overnight at Ndali lodge or Primates Lodge (FB)
After breakfast, en-route to Queen Elizabeth National Park which is situated at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains, protecting over 200 sq. km of Rift Valley Savanna, interspersed with patches of forest and crater lakes thus a thought for a safari. At your arrival, carry out a launch trip along the Kazinga Channel. You will scrutinize the concentration of water birds, hippos and crocodiles which is amazing. The bird species includes the black bee- eater, 11 types of king fisher, and several species of falcons, eagles and the raptors and many more. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge /Jacana Safari Lodge / Institute of Ecology (FB)
Have an early morning game drive in the Park, to see wildlife like elephants, lions, Uganda Kobs, spotted hyenas and the leopard plus many others. In the afternoon, you will proceed you head to Kyambura gorge for the chimpanzee trekking. The walk takes 3 to 4 hours depending on the weather and is also a great opportunity to spot black-and-white colobus monkeys and a few more of those 600 bird species that have been registered in the park. Dinner and overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge /Jacana Safari Lodge / Institute of Ecology (FB)
In the morning you will be transferred to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest via Queen Elizabetha’s southern Ishasha sector. Have hope of watching the tree climbing lions and the elusive leopards. This is a dry and wild savannah region, much less developed than the Mweya peninsula. The game viewing is very good due to the fact that the region is well known for the tree climbing lions. Dinner and overnight at Gorilla Resort or Buhoma Community Bandas (FB)
We shall enter the sanctuary at dawn and enjoy the beauty and freshness of the forest, home of the mountain gorillas. After a crumb briefing by the experienced guides, we shall then proceed through dense bush to trek for these endangered animals called the great Apes (Gorillas). Other primates also inhabit in the forest including the red tail monkey, chimpanzee and black-and-white colobus monkey. This can be very tiring because the ground is steep and densely forested but it really is worth it. Depart to the accommodation for relaxation or have an optional community walk. Dinner and overnight at Gorilla Resort or Buhoma Community Bandas (FB)
Have yet another full day of Gorilla Trekking. You will trek several gorilla types. Treks cover either an hour or four hours, it all depends on where the gorillas are. And so the time remaining after visiting the gorillas can either be spent hiking in the foothills, relaxing and remembering the trek or and visiting local communities as you decide.
Dinner and overnight at Gorilla Resort or Buhoma Community Bandas (FB)
You will have an early breakfast with your packed lunch and drive to Lake Mburo National Park. This beautiful drive covers approximately 5 hours and allows time for an afternoon game drive in the splendor of Lake Mburo. You will reach in time for a boat ride on Lake Mburo. The wetlands and acacia forests and are home to an impressive variety of antelope including the giant eland and impala. The lake is rich with a diversity of animal and plant species which will be viewed clearly as you are on the boat trip. Expect to watch hippopotami and birds like Heron, cormorant, fish eagle, African Fin foot, Pelicans, Black crake, you may also see the rare Shoebill Stork and all these will bring pride to your visit. Dinner and overnight stay at Mantana Tented Camp or Rwonyo camp (FB)
We shall head for our morning game drive through the humid and haunting acacia forests gives yet another aspect to Uganda’s beauty and will hopefully provide us with leopard, bushbuck, zebra, hippo, and oribi. We shall take a splendid boat trip across Lake Mburo in the afternoon and you will enjoy some excellent bird watching. There are also opportunities of seeing waterbuck, crocodiles, and the rare sitatunga before we make the two-hour trip back to Kampala. Overnight at Sheraton Hotel or Hotel Africana (BB)
You will start off with the city tour after breakfast, by walking through the city center, the Uganda Parliament, the National Theatre, Namirembe Cathedral, visit the Kasubi Tombs: which represent the Ganda Culture, and Bahai Temple. We shall finish the tour with a look at the culture and history that make up this fascinating country. Overnight at Sheraton Hotel or Hotel Africana (BB)
From Kampala, you will head to Entebbe for wildlife viewing at Uganda Wildlife Education Center like vervet monkeys, hundreds of beautiful colored butterflies, indigenous plant species, antelope, beautiful debrazza monkeys and a visit to the botanical gardens to appreciate different plant species. Overnight at Windsor Lake Victoria Hotel
You will be transferred to the Entebbe International Airport for departure

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