UGANDA WILDLIFE SAFARI
Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Kibale Forest, Queen Elizabeth N.P, Mgahinga Gorilla N.P
Uganda Wildlife Adventure for 7 Days
This 7 Day Uganda Safari rewards you with an exclusive Uganda tour experience to wildlife Chimpanzee tracking, game drive/viewing, forest nature walks, bird watching and fantastic boat Cruise among others. This seven day Uganda safari takes you to Kibale Forest National Park for the chimpanzee tracking, Bwindi Impentrable Forest for gorilla trekking before you head to Africa’s Deepest Lake Bunyonyi and Queen Elisabeth National Park for wildlife game viewing and boat ride on the Kazinga channel connecting lake Gorge and lake Edward.
Enjoy the fascinating drive which takes you through papyrus swamps and thick jungle towards the Kibale Forest which is neatly tucked sat the floor of the Ruwenzori Mountains, This safari is good for those what’s to learn more about the Uganda primates, enjoy the most awarding Uganda wildlife safari experience in Africa.
- Gorilla Trekking Safari
- Bigodi Swamp Community Walk
- Chimpanzee Trekking Tours
- Great opportunity for photography
- Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel
- Forest nature walks
- Game drive/ Viewing
- Endangered Golden Monkey Trekking
- Safari Vehicle Transportation
- An expert English speaking driver/guide
- All Nights’ Accommodation and meals
- One gorilla permit
- All park entrance fees
- Activities as specified in the itinerary
- Chimpanzee permits
- International flights
- Visas and personal travel insurance
- All drinks not specified
- Tips and gratuities
- Items of a personal nature
Arrival and later transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park
You will be picked from your hotel or airport. Our driver will take you to Queen Elizabeth National park located in western Uganda. This trip will be interjected by beautiful sightings of the Equator, Lake Mburo National Park, Igongo Cultural centre, Buyaruguru Tea Estates, Lake Rutoto (the lakes that is shaped like the map of Africa) and a fill of a delicious lunch on your way. On arrival you will be booked into your hotel where you will have dinner and retire for the night.
Budget: The Bush Lodge / Paraa Lodge
High Budget: Jacana Safari Lodge
After having a heavy breakfast in preparation for a long forest walk searching for the chimpanzees. You may track chimpanzees either in Kyambura Gorge also known as the valley of apes or Karinju Community Forest. Chimps normally stay in groups known as troops, of about 30 – 80 individuals. The large groups consist of smaller, very flexible groups of fewer members, possibly all females, or all males or at times mixed groups.
Later you will be transferred to Bwindi National Park. It is a relaxing drive through Ishasha Game Reserve for the famous tree climbing lions. It is somewhat uncommon for lions to actually climb trees. There are no more than 2 populations in whole world of such lions that do actually climb trees as one of their day after day behavior. One of these populations is found within the Ishasha sector which is found in the south part of the well known Queen Elizabeth National Park. The day will end with an overnight stay at Buhoma Community Rest Camp or a hotel of your choice.
Game drive and boat cruise
The day starts with a heavy breakfast at your hotel. This will be followed by a game drive in to the northern part of the queen Elizabeth national game park, following the Kasenyi Track also known as North Kazinga, in search for lions, elephants, buffaloes and other wildlife. These animals that dwell in the grassland thickets of the Northern Kazinga close to Mweya. And there will be a stop at the salt lakes.
After lunch, you are guided to the Mweya Peninsula for a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel. The shores of the lake attracts a large concentration of mammals, birds as well as reptiles all year around. While on the boat you will see big herds of buffaloes, monkeys, bush buck, Uganda Kob, topi, and the Defassa waterbuck, crocodiles; beautiful birds like Cassin’s grey flycatcher, broad billed roller, and bee-eater live along the banks of Lake Edward.
We begin the day with a very early heavy breakfast, since gorilla trekking will include a long forest walk. Accompanied by a packed lunch and at least 2 bottles of drinking water, cameras and binoculars. You will be transported to the park headquarters for briefing by the senior park ranger. The fact that gorillas as a species are on the brink of extinction and treks are a highly restricted activity, encountering wild gorillas is considered a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience.
Penetrate the dense tropical forest with a tropical green canopy until you encounter the mountain gorillas. As their name implies, mountain gorillas live in forests high in the mountains, at elevations of 8,000 to 13,000 feet. They have thicker fur, and more of it, compared to other great apes. Park officials will allow you to stay in their presence for ample time. The time taken to encounter the gorillas will trekking ranges between an hour and five hours. Then you will return to the lodge for relaxation.
Visit conservation projects in Kisoro
Today you can choose to relax or go out and Visit the different community conservation projects in Kisoro). Learn more about projects in which the Batwa pygmies collaborate to start up different conservation projects. As the original dwellers of this ancient jungle of bwindi Forest, the Batwa were known as “The Keepers of the Forest.” The history of these small-statured people is long and rich.
Golden Monkeys Tracking
You will receive transportation to the Mgahinga National Park headquarters for briefing. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park sits high in the clouds, at an altitude of between 2,227m and 4,127m. As its name suggests, it was created to protect the rare mountain gorillas that inhabit its dense forests, and it is also an important habitat for the endangered golden monkey. You will then set off for the great hike over the volcanic terrain in search for Golden Monkeys in the bamboo forests.
Mgahinga National Park shares boarders with Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda and Virunga National Park in DR Congo. Listen to their folk tales and songs. End the day with an overnight stay at Mutanda Eco Community Centre or hotel of your choice.
You will be transported back to Kampala as you drive through the scenic Kigezi Highlands.
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