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10 days | Spectacular Uganda | Uganda

Discover Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park. Meet the big five in their natural habitat, search for the tree climbing lions of Ishasha and walk with the rhinos at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Cruise the Kazinga channel, home to the world's biggest population of hippos. Track chimpanzees and 12 other monkey species in Kibale Forest National Park. Get up close and personal with the spectacular mountain gorillas in Bwindi National Park. Whatever your interest, spectacular Uganda will not disappoint.

The tour at a glance...

Detailed Itinerary


Our driver will pick us early for the drive to Murchison Falls National Park via Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, the only place in Uganda to see the endangered white rhino. Accompanied by a ranger, we will walk the last few hundred metres to find these impressive animals in their natural habitat.

After Ziwa, we head on to Murchison Falls National Park, viewing the top of the falls if time allows.


Rhino Tracking



Fort Murchison Lodge


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 will take a boat cruise on the Victoria Nile reaching the bottom of the falls. The boat is the perfect platform to see and photograph many different bird species as well as hippos and crocodiles.

Boat Cruise

Fort Murchison Lodge


After breakfast we 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 our 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. It is also possible to
do a night walk through the forest to see nocturnal animals like bush babies (both activities optional).



Kibale Forest Camp


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.

For guests interested in another walk we can make a community walk in the BigodiWetland Sanctuary as well. It is also possible to visit local communities or the crater lakes.


Chimpanzee Tracking

Kibale Forest Camp


We drive to Queen Elizabeth national park, stopping at the Equator on the way. In the afternoon, we will take a game drive, observing the park's huge variety of wildlife and learning more about this unique environment.

Game Drive

Bush Lodge


We start the day with a morning game drive. In 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.

Game Drive

Bush Lodge

Boat Cruise


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.

Game Drive

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. 


Gorilla Tracking

Mid range Lodge in Bwindi


After breakfast, we drive to Mburo National Park for our last night's stay. Mburo is famous for zebras and Impalas.  Lake Mburo is one of the 2 national parks with zebras and the only national park with impalas in Uganda. There are no elephants and lions, so walking safaris are possible. We will take a night game drive and search for the elusive African leopard.

Night game drive

Rwakobo Rock Lodge


We take a walking safari before breakfast, allowing us to explore the park on foot. A ranger will accompany us, pointing out birds, insects and plant life unique to the park. If we are lucky, we will get to observe animals drinking from the watering hole at close proximity. Later on, we return Kampala, where we will leave you at your accommodation or Entebbe airport.

Entebbe Airport

Price Options

USD 3685 per person (twin/double sharing room) based on a private group of 2 persons

USD 3237 per person (twin/double sharing room) based on a private group of 4 persons

USD 3050 per person (twin/double sharing room) based on a private group of 6 persons

USD 5085 (single room) based on a private group of 1 person


USD 500 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 per person

  • One Ziwa Rhino tracking permit per person

  • All mentioned game drives

  • Boat trips on the Victoria Nile & Kazinga channel

  • Entrance fees to all mentioned national parks

  • All government taxes


This Package Excludes

  • International flights

  • Visa for Uganda

  • All optional activities

  • Insurance

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • Tips and personal expenses such as laundry

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