5 Days Uganda Gorillas & Wildlife Safari

6 Days Rwanda Gorillas & Serengeti Wildlife

Once a lifetime adventure; a 5-day Gorilla trekking and Wildlife safari in Uganda leaves you with an unforgettable memory, a perfect experience, and amazing days off your usual lifestyle and activities.

This offer is unique in the way that you get the opportunity of coming face to face with several mammals in the wild, notably; lions, leopards, buffalos, elephants, and several antelope species among others at Queen Elizabeth National Park and then your relatives; the shy, yet very exciting apes; the sought after mountain gorillas in the misty Jungle of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Other additional activities in this offer include cultural adventure, boat cruise and a guided nature walk. The trip starts and ends at Entebbe international airport.

Detailed Safari.

Day 1: Pickup and Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

On this first day of the Trip, our company representatively; smartly dressed, will happily meet you for the trip; picking you up at the exact agreed time.

After the briefing, a 9-10 hour drive to the southern part of Uganda starts, with amazing views of the breathtaking sceneries, plantations, and homesteads. You will have Lunch en route, but then dinner and a nap once you arrive at the lodge.

Day 2: Gorilla trekking and Batwa encounter.

Woken up fresh and happy, you will greet your intestines with a hefty breakfast meal at the lodge, and then drive to the park headquarters for a pre-trekking briefing at the headquarters; 30-minute document verification, allocation to the gorilla family of your choice, and stating of the Gorilla trekking rules. Gorilla trekking is an awesome activity, whose duration is determined by your trekking pace and the direction these creatures have taken, though often 1-6 hours, plus a maximum of one hour for you to get closer to the jungle rulers, take photos and witness them rest or feed.

After gorilla trekking, lunch follows and then a visit to Batwa communities; a place you will observe the new Batwa way of life, after being displaced from the forest where they called home. They will sing, dance, and tell you stories, before returning to the lodge for dinner, a nap, and overnight.

Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National park – Tree climbing lion tracking.

At sunrise, you will partake in the mouthwatering breakfast meal, and then checkout of the lodge for a scenic drive to Queen Elizabeth national park; the most visited park In the Country. The route to be used is that to the Ishasha sector; a region with the tree climbing lions.

There will be a 2-3 hour set aside for tracking the tree climbing lions; with hopes of finding them on the treetops, or roaming on the ground. Lunch will also be at the Ishasha sector before you proceed to the Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Morning game drive and afternoon boat cruise.

After a yummy breakfast meal at the lodge, you will go for a 3-4 hour rewarding Game drive experience across the plains of Queen Elizabeth national park; looking out for the prey, predators, and several other attractions Mother Nature offers, such as the breathtaking landscape. Some animals are common and the chances of encountering them are so high, such as the Buffaloes, elephants, Uganda kobs, cranes, lovebirds, zebras, and warthogs among others. Lions, leopards, and hyenas among others are present in the park, but finding them is luck and unforgettable.

After the game drive, you will have a lunch break, followed by an exciting 2-3 hour afternoon boat cruise, where besides enjoying the sail on the water, and the fresh breeze, you will also feed your eyes with great sights of hippo, crocodiles, and several aquatic birds, and mammals quenching their thirst. This day ends at the Lodge with dinner and overnight meal

Day 5: Departure back to Kampala.

After getting the night vibes, you will wake up to a tasty breakfast meal at the lodge, and then a one-hour guided nature walks, before checking out of the lodge for a drive to the airport for your flight to the next destination.

En route, you will have a stopover at the equator for lunch, take photos and watch the effect of an imaginary line dividing the world into two parts.

End of safari.

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