Day 1: Arrival and overnight in Serena Golf Resort(FB).
Day 2: Departure from Kampala to Kidepo valley National park.
Early morning pick up from your place of stay in Kampala, and travel to Kidepo valley National park along
Gulu- Kitgum- road to the north eastern part of Uganda. Check in to your booked accommodation on arrival.
Depending on the time of arrival, where you will standan opportunity to view beautiful sceneries of River
Narus plus viewing a diversity of wild animals including, buffaloes, elephants, lions, hartebeests and klipspringer. Dinner and overnight at your lodge.
Accommodation: Adere Safari Lodge. (FB)
Day 3:Game drives in Kidepo National Park.
Today, you go for an early morning game drive. Stand chances of seeing a number of fauna and flora.
Return to the lodge for lunch. In the afternoon, you will set off for a cultural walk, getting a chance to meet
the Karamajong people at Kapedo and Karema.
One of the cultural items that you will see are the ‘Kraals’-the grinding stones, and many more African
crafts which are so amazing Return to the lodge for dinner. Dinner and overnight at the lodge.
Accommodation: Adere Safari Lodge. (FB).
Day 4: Game drives in Kidepo National Park.
Accommodation: Apoka Lodge (FB).
Day 5: Drive to Murchison Falls National Park
Overnight in Murchison falls
Accommodation: Paraa Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 6: Early Morning Game Drive.
Be up for early breakfast at about 6.00am. The driver picks you up and along with a
game ranger set out for the game drive by 7.00am. Early morning is a great time to
catch the early risers, nocturnal and the hunters before returning to their hideouts.
River Nile divides the park into the southern and northern sections. The northern side. Has a higher concentration of game than the south. If your accommodation is on the southern side you will drive to the ferry crossing to get to the northern side. You explore the major game trails especially around Paraa and expect great wildlife sightings including giraffes, lions, elephants, spotted hyenas, warthogs, Uganda kobs, Jacksons Heart beasts, waterbucks, and leopards among others. At about 11 am you return.After proceed to catch the 2.30pm Launch Cruise on River Nile (Victoria Nile). This is the biggest highlight of any Murchison Falls Safari (Optional).This relaxing ride of about 3 hours treats you to such beautiful wildlife sightings. There are lots of water animals like the hippos and Nile crocodiles. Lots of other animals come to the river to drink water, cool off the scorching heat and for others to eat fresh grass along the banks. Expect sightings of elephants, buffalos, antelopes and a cocktail of birds including among others kingfisher, herons, and fish eagles. The ride takes you to the base of the Murchison Falls for yet another angle to savor these lovely falls.Return later at about 5.30pm and here you wait for evening game drive which will take you to look for Nocturnal across the Nile River and drive back to your lodge for dinner and overnight.
Accommodation: Paraa Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 7 : Transfer to Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary.
After tracking for the rhinos, we go back to Murchison, right on top of the falls, and then back to thelodge.
Accommodation: Paraa Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 8: Transfer to Kibale National Park via HOIMA, KEJONJO,FORT-PORTAL towns.
You shall have the hot air balloon activity in the morning before transfer to Kibale national Park.
Accommodation: Chimpundu Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 9: Chimpanzee tracking over 12 primates in Kibale National the transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Park Assemble at Kanyankyu River camp at 06:30hours to go for the most popularactivity in
this park which is Chimpanzee tracking. Chimpanzees are man’s closet cousins though they
are One of the most threatened primate’s species. More primates like Black and white Columbus
monkeys, L’Hoest Monkeys, Grey checked Mangabey, Red tailed monkeys, bush babies, pottos
and many bird species like the yellow spotted nectar, ramped tinker bird, Little greenbul, green
breasted pitta, the crowned eagle, black bee eater and mammals like Elephants can be seen in this
Kibale National park, which averages about 3,300 feet in elevation, is an extension of the great
rainforests of central Africa. It is inhabited by three large “communities” of chimps, each
numbering more than 100 individuals. Each community has a complicated social structure. The
big adult males dominate the group and defend the community territory against incursions by
male outsiders; the females usually wander in small family groups.
After your lunch, we check out and start our drive to Fort Portal. We do a game drive in the northern
part of the park, visiting the Crater lakes for its nice scenery, and good views of the shadows of the
mountains of the moon – the Rwenzoris. Enjoy the drive back to the lodge through large expanses of savannah grasslands as you spot some wildlife.
After the tracking, you shall then be transferred to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 10: Game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Game drive to see lions, leopard, elephant, buffallo, etc
We set out early in the morning for a game drive in the northern part of the park on the Kasenyi Track in search of lions, elephants, solitary buffaloes. This is the best time for opportunities of viewing the cats in action owing to the vast population of Uganda Kobs. We have an excellent chance to view just about every animal here at very close range. In the afternoon we will go for a launch trip along the Kazinga Channel. This gives you the opportunity to view wildlife up close hippo’s huff and spray at a mere feet away from the boat, buffalo linger in the shallows. The shores of the channel are also home to an array of birds including pink backed pelicans, pied and malachite kingfishers, saddle billed stork and many others even look out for the Mongoose overnight.
Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge (FB)
Day 11: Drive to Bwindi to track gorillas and other primates
Mid-morning after breakfast we drive further south through stunning savannah grasslands as we
head towards the breathtaking adventures of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. Either
(roads permitting) we will pass the southern sector of the park – Ishasha, a remote and beautiful
extension of Queen Elizabeth National Park that is host to a large variety and volume of wildlife.
(It is a fabulous site to see the lions draped from the trees and nowhere in Africa do you stand a
better chance of seeing this than in the large low limbed fig tree of Ishashasectors arrive late in
the late evening. Overnight in
Accommodation: Gorilla Forest Camp (FB)
Day 12 : Gorilla trekking (Bwindi Impenetrable NP), Tracking the Mountain Gorillas and other primates
Today enjoy surely. After breakfast, proceed for the morning briefing before enjoying the
highlight of the trip- Gorilla trekking, which may last the entire day. We trek through the
rainforest and bamboo covered slopes, accompanied by a guide and trackers, in search of a
mountain gorilla family. The walking can sometimes be tough and long, but when you catch a
glimpse of the magnificent silverback, any discomforts will be quickly forgotten. When sighted,
visitors will be guided to within 6 meters from the gorillas, sit around them for a whole hour
while gazing into their big round eyes.
Gorilla trekking is unpredictable. It’s difficult to foresee how many hours you will hike. The gorilla
excursion can take from 2 up to 8 hours. Expect to walk along distance in steep and
Muddy conditions, sometimes with rain overhead, before you encounter any gorillas. A good
physical condition is recommended. For conservation purposes, time spent with the gorillas is
limited to one hour. A ranger will brief you on how to behave with the gorillas.
While most of today’s forests are no more than 12,000 years old, Bwindi vegetation has been
weaving itself into tangles over at least 25,000 years, in the process accumulating a lengthy
Species list. This includes 310 species of butterfly, 51 reptiles, 200 trees, 88 moths and an
exceptional 120 types of mammal including 10 primates. The latter includes
Chimpanzee,, L’hoests, red tailed and blue monkey, black and white colobus, baboon, and Bwindi
mostfamousresident, the mountain gorilla. Bwindi is a prime destination for birdwatchers. Its 350 species
include seven which are IUCN red data listed and 90% of all Albertine rift endemics, species which are
difficult or impossible to see in any other part of East Africa Crested
Accommodation: Gorilla Forest Camp (FB)
Day 13: Transfer back to KAMPALA.
Early breakfast before embarking on our return to Kampala, driving down the grassed and
terraced escarpments of southwestern Uganda while taking in the breathtaking sights of the hills
of the region dubbed ‘the little Switzerland of Africa’. This area is a highly fertile, mountainous
region with steep sided hills covered from top to bottom in neatly terraced cultivated rows. Not
to miss as we traverse Mbarara are the impressing long horn Ankole cattle. A remarkable
highlight of this journey is the Equator line and surely you will cross it as we have a brief stop
here. We will be in Kampala in the evening before for your flight back home.


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