All Transfers are done in 4x4 land cruisers with a window seat
All park entrances come with a 1x Chimp permit
A professional English speaking tour guide
Guided boat safari on Kazinga channel
Boat safari on the Nile
Game drives at Queen Elizabeth, Lake Mburo, and Trekking on Bwindi National Park
Guided Hike on Lake Mburo NP
Drinking water, Binoculars
Welcome to Uganda & Transfer to Kibale National Park
On day 1, your guide will pick you up early in the morning. He will also provide a briefing on your upcoming safari and afterwards, make our way to Kibale National Park in South Western Uganda. We shall pass through Masaka, Ibanda, and finally, Fortportal town to reach the serene tropical forest of Kibale National Park. The park provides shelter to roughly 70 mammal species including chimpanzees, as well as over 375 species of birds.
Chimpanzee tracking & Chimpanzee Habituation experience
Today, we begin with an orientation at the briefing center at Kibale National Park. You can choose to either have Chimpanzee tracking, or a Chimpanzee habituation experience. Chimpanzee tracking involves a few hours of tracking, while chimpanzee habituation involves tracking the primates from morning until the evening. Indeed, this is a unique experience that makes Safari in Uganda at par with its neighboring East African countries. There is nothing more exotic than starring in a real African Jungle adventure. You get the real Ugandan atmosphere as you move through the bushes and watch the Chimps swing through the steady tree branches
Queen Elizabeth National Park
We make our way to her majesty, the Queen Elizabeth National Park passing through Fort portal. After check-in, we will set out for a real Ugandan African adventure traversing through the bushes of this rich savannah region, which hosts a number of wildlife. This park, previously known as Kazinga National Park in 1952, was later on re-named to commemorate a visit by Queen Elizabeth II. Here, you can see Hippos, Leopards, Elephants, Lions, and Chimpanzees among other 95 species of mammals and over 500 species of birds.
Game Drive & Boat Safari
After breakfast, you will go on a morning game drive to see tree-climbing Lions found in the Southern area of the park. These, lazily lie up on the branches of huge fig trees. Indulge at the sight of Uganda Kobs in the open Ishasha plains as well as other wildlife including Elephants and Cheetahs roaming freely in their natural habitat. After lunch, we proceed to Mweya peninsula for a boat trip through the Kazinga Channel. Here you will see wildlife along the banks of the channel including buffalo, elephants, birds, and hippos.
Bwindi Forest Impenetrable Park
We begin our journey to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park while enjoying the beautiful scenery of Kigezi. Along the way, we will pass through tea plantations of Bunyaruguru and have a stopover at the exotic Kagamba Hot springs. We then continue to Ntungamo and Kabale town, a place regarded to be the Switzerland of Africa with its magnificent mountain views. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is situated Southwest of Uganda; this park holds the highest number of Gorilla population in the world.
This day, comes with a much-awaited adventure where you get to experience Gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. We begin with an informative orientation from the briefing center. This will be conducted by the rangers who, afterwards, will guide you to the forest for a walk in search of Gorillas. An up-close encounter with the Mountain Gorillas is a once in a lifetime experience- a memory that Uganda will leave you with, to cherish.
Canoe Trekking & Community Tour
Today, we visit the famous Lake Bunyonyi, also known as a place for little birds. In fact, “Bunyonyi” translates to “place of many little birds”. Lake Bunyonyi encircles 29 islands of various shapes and sizes- an amazing beauty that will make your heart skip a beat. You will embark on a canoe trek to enjoy its serene ambiance and breathtaking view, which has made this place synonymous to paradise. You can also swing by at the local communities and, some islands including the punishment and upside island within Lake Bunyonyi. You may also choose to spend your time visiting one of our company supported community projects, where you can meet and interact with children.
Travel to Volcano National Park
On this day, we wake you up and take a hearty breakfast, will get into our 4x4 vehicle and travel through Kisoro and then Cyanika border to the Volcano national in Rwanda which is the land of a thousand hills, we will check in and have lunch first time in the land of a thousand hills. We shall have walk into the local communities with its effects of the 1994 genocide.
Transfer to Kampala or Kigali in Rwanda
On this day, we will wake up and take a hearty breakfast. We shall then, travel to the Volcano National Park for Golden Monkey tracking and visit Diana Fossy. After these activities, we will travel back to one of the Memorial sites of the genocide and have late lunch. After lunch, we will travel to Kanombe International Airport for our next destination with great memories.