08 Days Uganda Primates and Wildlife

Day 01: Arrival and Transfer

Upon arrival at Entebbe International airport, you will meet our tour representative who will thereafter transfer you for an overnight stay.


Day 02: Kampala – Murchison Falls National Park

After your breakfast, your safari guide will transfer you to Murchison Falls National park passing through Kampala, the capital city of Uganda.En route you will visit the Ziwa Rhino sanctuary for the Rhino tracking experience. This is the only home for the Rhinos in the wild in Uganda; you will enjoy a Rhino tracking experience and then proceed for lunch at Masindi town. Later in the evening, you will enter into Murchison Falls National Park for a sunset game drive before proceeding to the lodge.


Day 03: Game Drives, Boat Cruise, top of the falls hike at Murchison falls National Park

After breakfast, you will go for an early morning game drive in the park where you will have an encounter with the residents of the park In the afternoon, you will go for an afternoon boat cruise at Murchison Falls where you may see lots of hippos, crocodiles, elephants. You will thereafter proceed to the top of the falls hike up to the point where the Nile explodes violently forming a very powerful waterfall.


Day 04: Transfer to Kibale forest National Park

This day you will be transferred to Kibale forest National Park. This park boasts the highest concentration of chimps than any other park in the world. It is also a home to man’s closest relatives the chimpanzees as well as other different primate species as well as other primate species, different bird and butterfly species. En route to Kibale, you will drive through the western rift valley escarpments. You will have a taste of the African fruits en route and thereafter have a stopover at Fort Portal for lunch before entering the park.


Day 05: Morning chimpanzee tracking and transfer to Bwindi

After your breakfast, your safari guide will transfer you for briefing and meeting the ranger guides before proceeding for the chimpanzee tracking experience in Kibale forest. During chimpanzee tracking, you may encounter other different primate species as well as different bird species. After tracking the chimpanzees, you will return to the lodge and prepare for a transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National park, the home to over half of the world’s remaining population of the rare mountain Gorillas.

Day 06: Gorilla tracking experience

After your breakfast, you will be transferred to the park headquarters well equipped with your packed lunch and ready for the Gorilla tracking experience. You will meet with the rangers who will brief you thereafter be allocated the Gorilla family to track. Your ranger will lead you into Bwindi impenetrable forest for the Gorilla tracking experience. Once the Gorillas have been tracked, you will be given an hour to interact, take pictures and videos of these gentle and giant apes. This is truly a rewarding experience that you will live to remember. Later in the evening you will be transferred to Lake Bunyonyi for dinner and an overnight stay at Bunyonyi eco resort Lodge (Full Board)


Day 07: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park

After your morning breakfast, you will prepare and thereafter be transferred to Lake Mburo National Park. En route to Lake Mburo National Park will have a stopover at Igongo cultural center for a cultural experience and lunch and thereafter proceed to the park. Upon arrival, you will have a sunset game drive where you have an encounter with different animals that reside this park that may include Zebras, Impalas, warthogs, buffaloes, Giraffes and many other animal species. You will proceed for dinner and an overnight stay at Lake Eagles Nest Lodge (Full Board)


Day 08: Game drive and transfer to Kampala

After breakfast, you will start with an early morning game drive; residents in this park include Zebras, Impalas, warthogs, buffaloes, Giraffes and different bird species. You will return to the lodge for preparations and transfer to Kampala. You will slightly stopover at the Equator for lunch and photographs before proceeding to Kampala and then being transferred to the airport

End of safari


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