For All Ages
|Dress Code||Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.|
|Included||✔️ All Park Entries ✔️ Accommodation ✔️ Personal Guide/Driver ✔️ Meals|
Day1: Drive to Kibale National Park
In the morning after breakfast, you will embark on the drive to Kibale National park via Fort portal. The drive will take you through a beautiful green vegetation and tea plantations. Fort portal town is situated at the basement of Rwenzori Mountain referred to as the Mountains of the moon.
Arrive at your lodge in the late afternoon. Lunch will be en-route.
Day 2: Chimpanzee Tracking& Bigodi swamp walk
In the morning after breakfast, you will drive to the park headquarters for briefing about the Flora and fauna found in the park, you will be allocated a chimpanzee group to visit. Afterwards you will start of your journey in to the forest in search of the chimps which are our closest relatives. Kibale is regarded as the primate capital in East Africa so you should expect to meet other primates along the way like the Red tailed monkeys, Black and white colobus Blue cheeked mangabey to mention.
In the afternoon after lunch you will head for the Bigodi swamp walk in search for numerous bird life like the great blue turaco and small monkeys for example black and white colobus.
Day3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National park & Afternoon Launch Cruise
After having breakfast, you will embark on a drive to Queen Elizabeth National park, you will drive through the beautiful crater region with a lot of appealing sceneries including numerous crater lakes and the beautiful country side landscapes. In the afternoon after lunch you will head for a launch cruise along the Kazinga channel, a natural channel connecting two rift valley lakes, George and Edward. During the cruise you will encounter large concentrationof wildlife along the banks of the channel like Hippos, Elephants, Buffalos, large number of birds including winter visitor species. After wards you will have a simple game drive as you drive heading to your lodge.
Day 4: Bwindi & Ishasha/ Tree climbing Lions
After breakfast, you will drive heading to the southern part of Queen Elizabeth to Ishasha Sector which is famous for tree climbing lions. Along the way expect to meet big number of game including Elephants, Buffalos, different types of antelopes, baboons to mention but a few. In the afternoon after lunch you will proceed with the journey to Bwindi impenetrable National park, which is a home for half of the world`sEndangered Mountain Gorillas.
Day 5: Gorilla Trekking/community walk/Transfer to Lake Bunyonyi (optional)
In the Morning After breakfast, you will drive to the park headquarters for briefing about the gorilla trekking activity. Afterwards in the company of the ranger /guide you will head in to the forest in search for mountain gorillas, along the way expect to meet different flora and fauna of the forest as your guide will try to explain each and everything. After meeting the gorillagroup, you will be given a one hour stay with the gentle giants before embarking on your journey heading out of the forest.
In the afternoon, you may go for a community walk around the Batwa community as you discover the unique mode of living of these people who were originally forest inhabitants.However, you can also opt to be transferred to Lake Bunyonyi which is the second deepest lake in Africa
Day 6: Drive to Kampala/ Entebbe Airport
Afterbreakfast at your Lodge, you will embark on a journey back to the capital. The drive will take you through a beautiful scenery of the western country side of Uganda through lush green hills. You will have lunch along the way and a stopover at the Uganda Equator for souvenir shopping and a photo moment as you say good bye to Uganda. Arrive in the late afternoon and you will be transferred to your hotel or to the Airport depending on your flight schedule.