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- Gorilla Trekking
- Wildlife Watching
- Car with driver
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8 Day Uganda's Primates and Wildlife
- See Arboreal Lions
- Chimpanzee and Gorilla tracking
- Boatcruise on Kazinga Channel
- Visit Lake Mburo National Park
This 8-day safari is perfect for the experienced traveler who wants to see Chimpanzees and Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat. Additionally, you will go on a Lion Tracking Experience with a research team at Queen Elizabeth National Park.
In only 8 days you will experience most of Uganda's Highlights.
- 7x nights in comfortable hotels and safari lodges
- 7x breakfast, 7x lunch, 7x dinner
- Guided tour in a 4x4 Safari vehicle
- Professional tour guide
- Entrance fees for 4 National parks
- Chimpanzee trekking permit
- Gorilla trekking permit
- Entry Visa
- On day 3: Chimpanzee habituation experience ( instead of tracking) : 50 USD/per person extra
- On day 7: Boatride on Lake Mburo : 30 USD/per person
- On day 7: Night game drive 100 USD/per person
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Welcome To Uganda!
Welcome to Uganda!
Upon arrival at Entebbe Airport, you will be met by the guesthouse driver.
Enjoy your stay here!
Set Off For Kibale Forest National Park!
After breakfast, you will set off for Kibale Forest National Park. The journey from Kampala to Kibale takes approx. 4 hours.
The trip is long, but also very nice with a beautiful changing landscape and amazing views over the hills and mountains.
On your arrival, you will enjoy lunch and then start the Bigodi Wetland hike.
During this walk, you will see many different birds species and several monkeys.
Look For Chimpanzees At Kibale Forest National Park
Today, you will search for the Chimpanzees in Kibale Forest National Park.
First, you will visit the ranger post in the park for a brief talk, then the walk starts in the rainforest.
The walk can be heavy at times, so wear good shoes and bring a poncho.
Try to keep quiet as you’ll have a better chance of meeting the chimps. The rangers are experienced in tracking so the chances are very high.
After the Chimpanzee Trekking, drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park to stay at the Bush Lodge.
Go Lion Tracking At Queen Elizabeth National Park
Your day starts with Lion Tracking. You will go with a member of the Research Team to track to a group of lions using radio tracking, making it possible to get up close.
You’ll learn about the lions' role in the eco-system and the challenges the lions and the local population face living together.
After the tracking at 2:00 pm, you will take a boat safari on the Kazinga Channel.
Around 5:00 pm you will be back at the lodge.
See The Famous Arboreal Lions
Today you will explore the Southern Part of Queen Elizabeth, Ishasha to Bwindi.
In the Ishasha area, you can go on a short game drive to search for the famous Arboreal Lions.
Then, at the end of the afternoon go to the Broadbill Forest Camp on the edge of the National Park.
Look For The Imposing Mountain Gorillas
Today is a day of Gorilla trekking.
After breakfast, you will go to the ranger post for a briefing.
After the briefing you will begin the search for the imposing mountain gorillas.
Depending on the location of the family group the trek can take several hours. The landscape is mountainous so take good walking shoes. The trek, however, is beautiful.
After this exciting day and unique experience, you will have time to relax at the lodge, explore the camp and take photos.
Visit Lake Mburo National Park
Today you will head to Lake Mburo National Park.
The park is famous for its large herds of zebras, and recently groups of giraffes can be seen.
At the end of the day, you will check in at Rwakobo Rock.