Taking on the Pearl of Africa

 Taking on the Pearl of Africa

Uganda has fast become a top draw destination for travelers from all over the world that are looking for the perfect and complete African safari. The ultimate variety that Uganda has can be seen in the landscapes, topography, plant life, wildlife, birdlife, culture and peoples – is mind-boggling, and guaranteed to captivate all types of travelers, whatever their interest. Uganda has it all, Wildlife, Culture, Heritage and Tradition, isn’t it time you discovered Uganda with us?

 Uganda is open for tourism and Tourists must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 120hrs before departure from the first embarkation point. This does not apply to travelers younger than 3 years.

 Arrival Entebbe.

On arrival at Entebbe International Airport in Uganda and after finalizing the formalities, you shall be welcomed by your guide, who will then drive you to your hotel.

Day 1: Transfer to Bwindi Gorilla Tracking.

Early in the morning after waking up, you will be served with served breakfast before departure to Bwindi impenetrable national park and pass via the Ankole Masaka dry corridor of Lake Mburo national park and have stop over at Igongo Cultural resort for lunch in Mbarara and then proceed with the journey to Bwindi while taking

 Day 2: Gorilla Tracking Experience in Bwindi.

This is expected to be up there with the highlights of your safari, meeting with the gentle giants of Bwindi impenetrable national park, expect to walk a fairy long distance in steep and muddy conditions, sometimes with rain over head, before you encounter gorillas. Though, this will definitely be worthwhile as you observe them closely while they eat, play and rest. Unique and unforgettable experience and bird watching and sights and sounds in the forest. Dinner and overnight at lodge booked.

 Day 3. Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.

On this day, very early in the morning after breakfast we shall transfer to Queen Elizabeth National park for early morning game drive. Uganda’s most popular and diverse conservation area Queen Elizabeth National park enjoys a fabulous setting on the rift valley floor, surrounded by lakes Edward and George, escarpments and the snow-capped Rwenzori ranges. The park is most famous for its rare tree climbing lions which are always spotted on early morning and evening game drives through the park. After the game drive you check in at a booked safari lodge located in the park area for lunch & relaxation. Later in the evening, we do an evening game drive to spot other animals that we could have missed in the morning. Go back to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4: Transfer to Kibale National Park.

Very early in the morning after Breakfast, we transfer to Kibale National Park. This is famously known for being blessed with the greatest number of primate species in a single park in the world with over 13 primate species and the most famous ones being chimpanzees. Enroute, we shall have a stopover at Kazinga Channel for hippos and the beautiful sceneries of the adjoining two lakes, Edward and George. Continue and upon arrival, check in at the hotel, relax have dinner and overnight stay.

Day 5: Chimpanzee tracking and transfer back to Entebbe for Departure.

Early in the morning after breakfast, we shall drive from the lodge to the Visitors Information Center (VIC) for morning briefing with the ranger guides before you set off for tracking. Tracking normally takes up to mid-day or even more depending on when you find the chimpanzees. These have been habituated and can be tracked and you have chances of over 90% to find these primates. Immediately after tracking, we shall go to the lodge, pick up our belongings and then drive to Entebbe for departure.

End of Trip

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