The Uganda Safari topped with Gorilla Trekking Adventure takes us to Bwindi impenetrable national park, this park is a home to half of the world’s mountain gorillas. It is noted that Bwindi protects around 400 species of mountain gorillas and it has now 10 gorilla families launched for gorilla trekking safari, gorilla tours. More activities to encounter in the Uganda Safari adventure at this park include the bird watching, nature walk safaris, and the Batwa cultural performances! After this experience visit the Queen Elizabeth national Park for wildlife viewing and an unforgettable boat cruise along the Kazinga channel which connects the Ramsar Lake George to Lake Edward and much wildlife and birds can be experienced!
Day 1: Briefing on the safari. Start for Murchison Falls National Park safari with a chance to visit Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. After breakfast, we drive through the famous Luwero triangle. You can choose to visit and track White Rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary at $40/ per person. This sanctuary has now been established to breed black and white rhino, and restore Rhino populations in Uganda’s protected areas in a later stage.
Day 2: Safari game drives Murchison Falls National Park looking for giraffes, elephants, lions, leopard, hippos, crocodiles, etc After break fast head to the Delta in search for bird life and enjoy the game drive to look for lions, giraffes, herds of elephants, buffaloes and many more. We will drive back to the lodge for lunch before taking an afternoon boat cruise to the foot of Murchison Falls.
Day 3: Drive to Kibale National Park for Chimps, primates tracking Leave Murchison falls N.P for Kibale Forest N.P via the Lake Albert escarpment, having a good view of the lake. Stopover at Kolping Hotel in Hoima for lunch and after drive across the interesting river Nkusi (flowing from the southern end of L. Albert, through the villages of Kagadi, joining Victoria Nile). Both rivers join L.Kyoga and flow through the Murchison Falls continue to L. Albert and north to the Mediterranean sea.
Day 4: Chimpanzee tracking, tracking over 12 primates in Kibale National Park, Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary Assemble at Kanyankyu River camp at 0800hours to go for the most popular activity 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 cheecked Mangabey, Red tailed monkeys, bush babies, pottos and many bird species like the yellow spotted nicator, rumped tinker bird, Little greenbul, green breasted pitta, the crowned eagle, black bee eater and mammals like Elephants can be seen in this walk.
Day 5: Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for Gorilla Trek Depart early morning for Bwindi, for your gorilla tracking. Seasons allowing, you will drive through the Ishasha sector in search for the tree-climbing lions. Nowhere in Africa do you stand a better chance of seeing this than in the large low limbed fig trees of Ishasha. This game drive en route will expose you to some of the animals that you might have missed seeing while on your game drives in Kasenyi and Queens Mile. Arrival in Bwindi is in the late afternoon.
Days 6 & 7: Continue your gorilla tracking until the end of your last day, when you will be returned to Kampala for your departure flight.