Explore the Pearl of Africa, from cruising in the banks of the Nile to the deepest reaches of the rainforest with numerous bird species, blazing a trail through the mists of Uganda’s famous waterfalls and breathtaking views from luxury lodges in volcanoes mountains. Sink into the evergreen vegetation tracking chimpanzees, tree-climbing lions, and endangered mountain gorillas along the way.
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On arrival, meet with the guide Simon Peter, who will help you to finish all the formalities if
possible and take you to Kigo Resort for overnight and dinner on arrival, meet with our
esteemed assistance who will help you to finish all the formalities if possible and take you to
Kigo Resort for overnight and dinner
After breakfast, our esteemed drivers will pick you up at 0830 hrs from your accommodation
point drive to Murchison falls national park. Proceed to Masindi for lunch and continue to
Murchison falls national park, arriving in the afternoon. You will enter the park through the
Kichumbanyobo gate and visit the top of the falls, after which you will proceed to your lodge
for dinner. dinner and overnight at Nile Safari Lodge.
Optional Activity: Hot Air Ballooning & Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
After breakfast depart for lodge to the Murchison Savannah. we will go for a game drive,
hoping to see some of the big five, including lions, buffaloes, and elephants. Giraffes are a
common sight, including other small games like antelopes, impalas, and primates like the
baboons. Have lunch, and in the afternoon, go for a launch cruise on the park’s unique
Murchison falls where you will come up close with hippos and a serried range of giant
crocodiles. The launch cruise also presents bird viewing opportunities. Meals and overnight at Nile Safari Lodge.
After breakfast at your accommodation, depart right away for Kibale Forest National Park.
The drive is quite long but incredibly scenic – passing through villages, lush green
countryside and hills dotted with tea plantations that characterize this part of Uganda. The
beautiful scenery will amaze you all the way. In the Upon arrival, you’ll check in to the Ndali
Lodge for lunch. Spend the rest of the afternoon recovering from the long ride from
Murchison. Dinner and overnight at Ndali Lodge.
Today in the morning you’ll head out for the chimpanzees trek, black and white colobus
monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, L’Hoest’s monkey, Uganda mangabey (Lophocebus Uganda).
Watch them swinging in the forest trees and others feeding on the wild fruits. In the afternoon
go for Bigodi wetlands, Home of the Great Blue Turaco” is a real bird watcher’s paradise.
This wonderful place shelters over 200 species of birds including Hornbills, Turacos, Parrots,
Cranes, Kingfishers and many more swamp endemics. Furthermore, the sanctuary is the
home of 8 species of primates, including the Black and White Colobus, Red Colobus, Red
Tailed Monkey, Grey Cheeked Mangabey, Olive Baboon, L’hoest Monkey, Vervet Monkey
and the Blue Monkey. Meals and overnight will be at Ndali Lodge.
Early morning transfer to drive through the craters to Queen Elizabeth Park, the Park is home
to approximately 615 species of birds. Lunch at Mweya Lodge Peninsula Afternoon Kazinga
Channel boat cruise that connects Lakes George and Edward. During the trip, the sight of
wildlife, including giant hippos, elephants and crocodiles, among others, will fascinate you.
You will also see many varieties of birds at. Evening game drive in search for the big 5 meals
and dinners Overnight: Ishasha Wilderness Lodge.
Today after breakfast embark the southern part of Queen Elizabeth Park
hoping to capture the tree- climbing lions the chance of spotting these lions is about 70%
though sometimes they are hard to spot (most especially when they are down in the grassland
looking for prey). Hoping you get the chance to spot the lions on trees, the sight will be
spectacular! For the next two days, you will enjoy the game drive to the savanna grasslands
to find predators on their prowl. At the afternoon you will enjoy the another evening game
drive. Meals and dinner will be at Ishasha Tented Wilderness Lodge water shores. You will
have dinner and overnight at your accommodation Ishasha Safari Lodge.
After breakfast, then set off for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Bwindi is a significant
habitat for mountain gorillas in Uganda (harboring an estimated 400 mountain gorillas –
roughly half of the world’s population), including several habituated groups, which you will
trek. You will do less on arrival with a strenuous day ahead, but check in your
accommodation and relax as you prepare for the Bwindi gorilla trekking experience the
following day. On the next after breakfast and move to the rangers’ post. You will receive
some briefing (from a ranger guide) on the dos and don’ts during trekking. After that, you
will enter the gorilla sanctuary for your adventure. The beauty of this rainforest is
spectacular! The area offers a dramatic steeply forested landscape and is incredibly dense but
crisscrossed by numerous animal trails allowing access to tourists. The time is taken, and the
terrain varies with the movements of these marvelous primates. Once you have located a
gorilla group, you will be allowed an hour in their presence. The thrill of spending time
observing these gentle but endangered giants is unforgettable. Meals and overnight will be at Gorilla Forest Camp( Luxury Tent)
After breakfast, depart for In Uganda, the Mgahinga National Park. he Garama cave is one of
the key attractions that should not be missed while visiting Mgahinga National Park. These
caves used to be a home for the Batwa who had lived there for many years until they were
recently resettled. The 342m long Garama Cave lies beneath a plateau northern edge of the
park, 3km from Ntebeko. It is set in the former farmland zone but in earlier times, the cave
lied in the forest when it was occupied periodically by Batwa who used it as a council
chamber and a retreat after raiding their neighbours. Upon arrival embark on a guided walk,
your guide will show you how the Batwa lived and fought out of the cave. The cave is 342m in length and 14m deep and is now inhabited only by bats. There is a viewing platform 800m from the Park’s gate. On arriving at it, you’ll be rewarded with splendid views of the Park as well as its surrounding Meals and overnight at Mount Gahinga Lodge.
Today the guide will pick you at 7am for the golden monkey hike. Golden monkey trekking
is an active tour compared to Chimpanzee trekking and gorilla trekking in certain instances
because it is done in the mountainous area and they are continuously moving which requires
you to follow them, they are small and fast in their movements. They prefer to rummage
through the bamboo sections of the forest because eating the young bamboo shoots. They live
in groups of about 30 individuals or more roaming over a large territory. Later you will
proceed to the Gahinga Mount Lodge for lunch. In the afternoon you’ll have it to yourself to
relax at the lodge.
Rise relay breakfast, and later we will become driver to Kisoro airstrip, where you will catch
your flight at 0825hr to Entebbe, where your safari will come to an end.