The trip at a glance
Discover Queen Elizabeth National Park, search for the tree-climbing lions of Ishasha and take a cruise on the Kazinga channel, home to the largest collection of hippos in the world.
Track chimpanzees and 12 other monkey species in Kibale Forest National Park
Spend an unforgettable time with the Mountain Gorillas of Bwindi National Park
We depart early morning from the hotel and drive to Kibale Forest National Park.
Kibale Forest is a spectacular jungle, with 13 primate species. Here we can spot chimps, baboons, black and white colobus, red colobus, grey cheeked mangabeys and L’Hoest monkeys.
We arrive at your accommodation, where we will rest after the long drive. Choose to relax or take a short walk to spot monkeys and different bird species in the vicinity.
Kibale Forest Camp/ Rweetera Lodge
We start the day with chimpanzee tracking in the morning. We will be accompanied by a trained UWA ranger and will follow the sounds of the troop in order to find the chimpanzees. We may walk for an up to an hour and spend an hour with the chimpanzees. Along the way, we will learn about the flowers, trees, butterflies and birds native to the forest.
Later we drive to Queen Elizabeth national park where we will pick up our ranger a for a night game drive. We will track nocturnal predators including lions and leopards as well as elephants, buffaloes and hippos.
We will take an early morning game drive. At this time, animals are active before the heat of the day. We will see herds of elephants, giraffes, different species of antelopes, prides of lions and a variety of bird life. Our guide will help us understand more about the park's vibrant ecosystem.
In the afternoon we go for a boat trip on the Kazinga channel.
The Kazinga Channel is one of the highlights of Uganda and has the highest concentration of hippos in the world. We will see hippos, crocodiles, fish eagles, flamingos and a variety of bird life.
We drive through Ishasha, the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National park popular for
tree climbing lions. Later, we drive to Bwindi Forest. We visit the Batwa Pygmy community for a rare cultural experience
Mid range lodge in Bwindi
We will depart early morning departure accompanied by a UWA guide to search for one of the world’s most endangered animals, the mountain gorilla! We will descend deep into the forest to find one of the gorilla families. We will spend around an hour in close proximity to the gorillas, observing these magnificent, peaceful animals.
Mid range lodge in Bwindi
After breakfast, we drive to Kampala/Entebbe airport for drop off.
USD 2418 per person (twin/double sharing room) based on a private group of 2 persons
USD 2315 per person (twin/double sharing room) based on a private group of 4 persons
USD 2110 per person (twin/double sharing room) based on a private group of 6 persons
USD 3305 (single room) based on a private group of 1 person
USD 220 for a single supplement
This Package Includes;
All Accommodation with all meals at the Lodge
4x4 custom-built safari vehicle with knowledgeable driver/guide and fuel
Bottled drinking water
One Gorilla tracking permit & One chimpanzee tracking permit
Entrance fees to all mentioned national parks
All government taxes
This Package Excludes;
Visa for Uganda
All optional activities
Tips and personal expenses such as laundry