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Join a trip that gives an opportunity to visit some of Uganda's most amazing places. From the friendly locals who live side by with the park to the diversity of activities and sceneries, this tour indeed offers you awesome discoveries.

Trip Highlights

  • Mountain Gorilla tracking
  • Tree climbing lions in Ishasha
  • Tracking the Illusive Chimpanzees
  • Adventurous activities at the source of the Nile
  • Unique cultural encounters
  • Breathtaking and world's most powerful waterfall at Murchison Falls
  • Game drives in Queen Elizabeth and Murchison falls National Park
  • Boat Cruise on Kazinga Channel
  • Decorated hills and great landscapes of Kigezi highlands
  • The Beautiful Sipi falls
  • Birding and nature walks
  • Wildlife encounter in L.Mburo National Park
  • Uganda Equator

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Uganda

You will be picked from Entebbe Airport by a guide driver. You will then be brought to your booked hotel of choice in Kampala. If you arrive on time, we will take you around Kampala for city tours. Overnight in Kampala (BB)

Day 2: Mabira Forest

After breakfast, you will leave Kampala and drive to Mabira forest- Uganda's most important ecosystem forest. That boasts of 312 species of trees including the endangered Cordia Millenii, Mililia Exclesa, 315 species of Birds such as the Nahan's Francolin, Cassin Hawk Eagle, 218 Butterfly Species and 3 primate species including the gray-cheeked mangabey.


You will enjoy mountain biking birding, primate watching and nature/forest walks that lead to a beautiful Griffin Falls, deep inside the jungle. Experienced forest guides will take you to see trees that devour other trees-deadly trees, known as stranglers that develop around the trunks of their victims and suck life out of them. Over time, they swallow the victim and inherit its size and shape. Other unique features to be explored in the Forest Reserve include 218 Butterfly Species, 97 Moth Species, 23 Small Mammal Species especially Primate Species of the Monkey Clan and the spectacular Griffin Falls! Mabira offer great options for environmental education and research, camping and picnics. Overnight at Rain Forest Lodge (FB)

Day 3: Source of the Nile

After breakfast, your driver will guide you through Jinja town and take you to the source of River Nile (world's longest river). This is where adventure tourism comes to life. You will enjoy white water rafting, bungee jumping, kayaking, sport fishing and a range of land-based activities including mountain biking, horseback riding, quad biking and birding. These activities are optional and attract separate charges. (Inquire for activity quote). Overnight at Wild waters Lodge (FB)

Day 4: Optional activities

Choose from any of the following optional activities (not inclusive in the program):
White water rafting on the mighty Nile – Get a wet and wild ride of your life! from $125
A horseback safari through local communities and beautiful countryside with great view from $60
Quad-biking through local communities with great views on the Nile from $90

  • Birding Safaris - US$45
  • Fishing Safaris - From US$90
  • Quad Biking - US$45
  • Mountain Biking - From US$40
  • Houseboat Safaris - From US$80
  • Village Walk - US$7
  • Kayak Cruises - From US$40
  • A sunset cruise on the Nile ($40)
  • A visit to the source of the Nile
  • You can simply choose to relax by the pool at the lodge.
  • Overnight at Wild Waters Lodge (FB)

Day 5: Sipi Falls

After breakfast, you will be driven through the eastern part of Uganda to isolated and spectacular Sipi Falls, flowing from 1800m above sea level. After iconic moments at Sipi falls and cave, you will be checked in at comfortable cottage near one of the waterfalls, have lunch in their restaurant known for its excellent cuisine. In the evening, you will take guided village walking trails in lush green hills. Overnight at Sipi River Lodge (FB)

Day 6: Travel to Murchison Falls National Park

After breakfast, embark on an amazing journey to Murchison Falls National Park. Don't miss spectacular views of Lake Kyoga and tributaries of the Nile River. Stop at a local restaurant by the side for lunch. A first drive in the park chances you for game views until you reach Paraa Safari Lodge located in the heart of the park! This lodge offers a unique blend of comfort, relaxation and adventure. Overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge (BBD)

Day 7: Murchison Falls National Park

Rise up for an early breakfast and start on your game-drive while the animals are the most active.
Driving through the park brings you a close encounter with the African animal kingdom: giraffes, elephants, buffaloes, leopards, lions, different species of antelope and many tropical birds.

In the afternoon, take a boat safari up the Nile River to Murchison Falls-the wild's most powerful waterfall. While on the boat, you will watch crocodiles, hundreds of hippos, buffaloes, water birds, monkeys. The famous top-of-falls gives you a perfect view of the wildest falls. Overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge (FB)

Day 8: Drive to Kibale Forest National Park

After an early breakfast, pick up your packed lunch, cross the Nile River by ferry and exit the park. Drive through incredibly landscapes, villages, lush green forests and hills. You will stop over in Fort Portal for refreshment before taking a rough road that leads to Kibale Forest-the Primate capital of the world. Overnight at Primate Lodge (FB)

Day 9: Chimpanzee tracking in Kibale Forest N.P

Rise up early to get into the forest for a primate affair! Kibale forest deservingly regarded as the primate capital of the world with 13 primate species; including the illusive chimpanzees. An experienced forest ranger will take you chimp tracking. Once you locate them, you will have a full hour of eye-to-eye contact with the chimpanzees. Since they are still wild animals, we can never guarantee you to see them and might have to settle with hearing their blares and yells. Besides the chimps, you also see other monkey species that live in this tropical forest. After the primate encounter, return to your lodge for refreshment, lunch will be served to you by ever-smiling lodge staff.

In the afternoon, take a swamp walk (2-3 hours) that leads you through beautiful sceneries and small communities where the locals will greet you with passionate waves. You might spot different primate species during this walk, though the highlight is catching a glimpse of the Great Blue Turaco! Return to the lodge for an evening filled with great performance from one of the local group that visits Primate Lodge.

Day 10: Crater Lake and Village walks

After breakfast at Primate Lodge, you will be driven to a nearby Crater Lake. Enjoy the wonderful views on a Crater Lake hike. You will be taken to Kyaninga Lodge that is set against a stunning backdrop of Lake Kyaninga and the legendary Mountains of the Moon. Adore the full grace and beauty from your room, go swimming or choose visit Fort Portal town with its botanical garden and local market. Overnight at
Kyaninga Lodge (FB).

Day 11: Drive to Queen Elizabeth NP

After breakfast you will continue your journey to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Queen Elizabeth is located at the base of the majestic Rwenzori Mountain range, adjacent to Lake Edward and Lake George. The park has prolific game, including gazelle, Uganda kob, warthog and waterbuck. Lions are often sighted both in and at the entrance to the park.

You stay overnight at the beautiful Mweya Safari Lodge, located in the heart of Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Mweya peninsula. Watch wildlife from your private verandah and fall asleep to the roaring of lions on the distant savannah. (FB)

Day 12: Game drive & Boat Cruise

Wake up early before sunrise, you will be served a great breakfast in the lounge before you head out for a long game drive in time to see the first rays of light. You will search for all the wildlife in the park and are likely to come across elephants, buffalos, lions, waterbucks, leopards, Uganda kob, and many warthogs. A well-deserved lunch will be served back at the lodge upon your return. Queen Elizabeth National Park has variety of habitats; with almost 100 types of mammals, many different types of reptiles and more than 600 bird species.

After lunch, you will take a boat cruise along the Kazinga Channel which joins Lake George and Lake Albert. Here, you will see a lot of hippos, crocodiles, a variety of other animals which come to the water to drink or bathe like buffalos, elephants, and a range of beautiful birds. This is undoubtedly one of the highlights of your tour. Overnight at Mweya Safari Lodge (FB)

Day 13: Ishasha - Tree climbing lions

After breakfast, drive to the southern part of Queen Elizabeth N.P– to Ishasha that is famous for its tree-climbing lions. On a lucky day, you will watch lions hunt and see how they escape from the heat during the day by to climbing the fig trees.

In the afternoon visit Kikorongo women's group for cultural performance and take quick baskets weaving lessons using natural fibers – it´s not as easy as the teachers make it look! You will also learn how to make colorful paper beads from magazines, which you will be able to make into a unique necklace. And of course, if your own craft skills are not up to scratch, beautiful items made by members of the women´s group, such as baskets, bowls, purses and woven belts are available for purchase. Overnight at Kyambura Safari Lodge (FB)

Day 14: Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

After breakfast, have a game drive on your way out of the park for a last chance at spotting those tree climbing lions. Drive through caved hills of Kigezi to Bwindi, the home of mountain gorillas. Lunch will be provided at the lodge in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest: home of the Mountain Gorillas. Lunch will be served at you host lodge-Buhoma Gorilla Lodge. (FB)

Day 15: Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi Forest

This is a big day; you will have a rare encounter with gentle giant mountain gorilla. This is no doubt the absolute highlight of a tour to Uganda for most visitors. It is a humbling experience to stand metres from man's distant cousins as they eat, rest, play and bond with their young ones. After a briefing by park authorities, you will embark on a forest trek lasting from a few hours up to a full day, depending on the location of the gorillas as they range spontaneously in the thick forest. There are 10 habituated gorilla families and you will be privileged to encounter and spend time with one of the families that can be visited by a group of eight people per day! You will enjoy an exciting journey along forested slopes, bushes and bamboo before you ultimately reach the gorilla family. Coming face-to-face with a mountain gorilla is a truly awesome and emotional experience.

Day 16: Drive to Lake Bunyonyi

Drive through a crisscrossed tarmac road that is re-directed by rocky hills, slope to Lake Bunyonyi, a scenic Crater Lake located in the highlands of South Western Uganda with so many bird species. The word "Bunyonyi", in the local language means, 'the place of very many little birds'. Lake Bunyonyi is the second deepest Lake in Africa, after Lake Tanganyika. The Lake surrounded with 20 small Islands encircled by steep terraced hills. The Lake is Bilharzia-free and has no crocodiles and Hippos; making it very safe to swim. You will enjoy the scenery and relax and have amazing birding experience on a boat ride.

Day 17: Drive to Lake Mburo

After breakfast, you will begin your journey to Lake Mburo National Park through decorated hills with cultivated stripes and ridges of Kabale. You will be welcomed by Lake Mburo National that sits on the roadsides of Kampala-Kabale highway. The park is a home to zebra, eland and impala, as well as an abundance of other wildlife, enjoy sunset on boat cruise. Overnight at Mihingo Lodge that has impressive ambiance (FB).

Day 18: Bush walk and Driver Back to Kampala

After breakfast, check out your room and go on a bush walk with an experienced ranger. You will notice footprints and animal droppings and the ranger will be able to tell you which animal has just past and how long ago. It is exciting to approach wildlife at such close range. Have lunch at Igongo cultural center and drive to Kampala. Your guide driver will stop you at Equator for a photo opportunity and for you to buy a souvenir. Overnight in Kampala (BB)

Day 19: Transfer to Airport and Depart

Your dedicated guide-driver will be on-time to pick your up to catch your flight. We are glad that we got an opportunity to give the best of Uganda! We can't wait to receive your trip feedback!

Thank You.

 

 

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This trip gives you an opportunity to experience the best of Uganda encounters, including tracking the impressive mountain gorillas and illusive chimpanzees in their natural habitat.

Trip Highlights

  • Illusive Chimps
  • Impressive Mountain Gorillas
  • Discover local community lifestyle
  • Tree Climbing Lions
  • Several crater lakes
  • 100s of bird species
  • Game drives

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Uganda

On arrival, you will be picked from Entebbe Airport by our experienced guide, who will transfer you to Kampala for an overnight. Overnight in Kampala (BB)

Day 2: Drive to Kibale

You will leave Kampala after an early breakfast and drive to Kibale through Fort Portal. Driving through the rolling hills and crafted valleys will make your six-hour drive more interesting. On arrival in Kibale, you will check in at Primate Lodge, which is located in the heart of Kibale Forest National Park. In the afternoon, you can choose to take a forest walk or go to explore the beautiful Lake Nyinambuga, which is just outside the park. Overnight at Primate Lodge (FB)

Day 3: Chimpanzee tracking and Bigodi Swamp walk

You will wake up to an encounter with primates. Kibale Forest is the primate capital of the world, and boasts 1,400 chimps! Your guide will lead you into tracking chimps and other primates as they crush through the high cover of the tropical forest.
Beautiful sounds of birds in the trees will make your primate tracking more enjoyable and memorable. The tracking exercise will take up to three hours and you will return to your room for refreshment, before you are served lunch. You will also take an afternoon walk to Bigodi village, watch the swamp birds and visit the community projects. Upon return, you will be served evening tea, and be entertained by local drama groups. This will be your last night at Primate Lodge.

Day 4: Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park

You will drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park through Fort Portal in western Uganda. You will drive past the stunning foothills of the Rwenzoris, one of the world's greatest mountain ranges. We will book in Kyambura Safari Lodge, where you enjoy luxury in the wilderness. From the balcony of your banda, you will enjoy the expansive beautiful scenery of the park till sunset. (FB)

Day 5: Tree climbing lions and boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel.

An early morning drive will guarantee you sighting tree climbing lions in Ishasha, which is good for lion sightings. On a lucky day, you will find the lions hunting. You will have lunch at Mweya Safari Lodge before taking a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel, where the wildlife and a vast array of birds come to drink. You will be driven back to Kyambura Safari Lodge for overnight.

Day 6: Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Through stunning landscapes of southwestern Uganda, you will drive to Bwindi and have an overnight at Buhoma Gorilla Lodge. (FB)

Day 7: Mountain Gorilla tracking

This is the most intriguing experience that will be a highlight of your trip. You will wake up for early morning briefing by park authorities, who will later guide you into tracking. Encountering mountain gorillas in their natural habitat and watching them as they feed and play is truly an awe-inspiring moment! After tracking, return to your lodge for lunch and relax in the coolest environment. Overnight at Buhoma Safari Lodge (FB)

Day 8: Drive to Kampala.

The next day, you will be driven back to Kampala through stunning landscapes of Kigezi. You will make a stopover at the Equator for photo opportunity and to buy a souvenir before your reach your Kampala hotel for an overnight.

Day 9: Departure through Entebbe Airport

Your guide driver will pick you from your Kampala hotel and take you to Entebbe Airport for departure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Have you ever dreamt of having the entire park on your own? Kidepo offers you exactly that! This is one Africa's most isolated national parks, and if you can stand the long journey to north through the wild frontier region of Karamoja, you will agree that it is also the most magnificent and indeed Africa's finest wildernesses.

Trip Highlights

  • Experience northern Uganda
  • Lions and Cheetahs
  • Game Drives
  • Biggest Buffalo herds
  • Encounter Ostriches
  • Isolated park experience

Full Itinerary

Day 1 - Drive from Kampala to Kitgum

Our experienced guide driver will pick you up at 7 am from your accommodation in Kampala and head to northern Uganda. It will take 7-8 hours to reach Kitgum town where you will have an overnight.

Day 2 - Drive to Kidepo Valley National Park

You will drive the rather a rough road to pristine spectacular Park. The remarkable park ranges in altitude of 914 and 2.750 meters. You will have the isolated beautiful Park to yourself. The journey from Kitgum to the park will take you four hours. You will check in your accommodation (at Apoka Safari Lodge or Bandas or put up your camp at a designated campsite).

In the afternoon, you will take a game drive with your guide and a ranger. Kidepo is a home to lions, giraffes, zebras, leopards, elephants, buffalo, elands, oribis, odd jackal, Jackson's hartebeest, and reedbucks. Kidepo is the only place in Uganda where you can find cheetah and ostrich. Game drive through four loop circuits that explore Narus Valley (a rolling grassland plain enclosed by distant mountains) and around Apoka will refresh you and guarantee you maxim wild views.

Day 3 - Game drives and optional Nature walks

Depart on a morning game drive to the hot springs via the palm tree lined Kidepo River along South Sudan boarder. Search for ostriches and leopard tortoises along the way. After a packed lunch, stretch your legs during a guided walk through the park. Make stops to take photos and breathe the fresh air. You can also visit to a nearby community outside the park and enjoy a traditional Karamanjong life experience.

Day 4 – Game Drive and return to Gulu town

Go for early morning drive to see out the other unreached parts of the park. You can decide to also go visit the community Manyata (Karamajong village) for the photo opportunity. There is an option to visit Ik community, the smallest ethnic group in Uganda with their own distinctive culture. They stay on slopes and tops of Mount Morungole which stands at 2750m! This region can be explored on foot with a ranger and requires some good fitness.

Day 5 – Drive to Gulu town

Head out to a 6 hour journey to Gulu where you will have an overnight. Evening walks around Gulu town are worthwhile. Hear from communities the stories of infamous Kony War and how people are recovering from the 20 year insurgency.

Day 6 - Drive back to Kampala

You will drive back to Kampala crossing the Nile River at Karuma falls/bridge. If like, we can take to a two day visit to Murchison Falls National Park and see the world' powerful falls (see our Murchison Falls National Park Page and itinerary). The journey from Gulu to Kampala will take 5 hours. If you choose to continue to Kampala, our guide driver will drop you at your accommodation.

 

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This will give you awesome Uganda discoveries, Chimpanzee in Kibale Forest, the tree-climbing lions of Queen Elisabeth National Park, rare encounter with the mountain gorillas of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the beautiful zebras in Lake Mburo National Park.

Tour Highlights

  • Rhinos
  • Top of the falls
  • Boat cruise on the Nile
  • Rare Bird species
  • Chimpanzee tracking
  • Great views of Rwenzori ranges
  • Tree Climbing Lions
  • Mountain Gorillas
  • Local community experiences
  • Spectacular landscapes
  • Game drives
  • Lake Bunyonyi

Day 1: Arrival in Uganda

You will be picked from Entebbe Airport by a guide driver. You will then be brought to your booked hotel of choice in Kampala. If you arrive on time, we will take you around Kampala for city tours. Overnight in Kampala (BB)

Day 2: Rhino Sanctuary and sunset views

Set off from Kampala and take Masindi road, branch off at Nakasongora to the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for a guided walk. You will view the rhinos feed. Continue up to Murchison Falls National Park, check in to your accommodation and take a sunset cruise on the River Nile or drive to the top of the falls where you can view both Murchison and the smaller Uhuru falls as the sun slowly falls. Overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge(FB)

Day 3:

Game drive and launch trip make the most of the morning by taking the 7am ferry to begin the game drive in Buligi. The area is home to many lions, elephants, giraffes and other wildlife. After lunch, embark on the three-hour launch trip to the base of the falls.
Cruise past huge hippo pods, crocodiles, bathing buffalo and numerous aquatic birds adorning the north bank on the way to the mighty waterfall. Overnight at Paraa Safari Lodge (FB)

Day 4: Nile Delta Experience

This wide, calm stretch of water, where the tranquil Victoria Nile flows into Lake Albert, is a key area for bird watchers. Its papyrus-lined banks are bursting with birdlife, including Goliath Herons, Great Egrets, and African Fish Eagles. The most sought-after species here is the rare Shoebill. You will also be overwhelmed by game views as more wild gather here for water. Overnight at Chobe Safari Lodge (FB)

Day 4: Drive to Kibale for Chimps

Set off from Murchison after breakfast and drive through an incredible scenery of tea plantations and the luxurious green countryside which characterizes so much of western Uganda. Arrive in time for luch at Primate Lodge in the park. Overnight at Primate Lodge (BLD)

Day 5: Primate Trail and Bigodi Swamp Walk

After an early breakfast, head out for primate tracking adventure in the forest. As you search for Kibale's resident chimpanzees, don't miss other primates such as grey-cheeked mangabays, red colubus, red-tailed and blue monkeys. Your expert guide will share the secrets of the forest's flora and fauna, guaranteeing you an informative and enjoyable trail.
Visit Bigodi Women's Group for captivating boardwalk trail through the papyrus swamp of the Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary. A cultural performance or a sunset drink at a nearby lodge will seal your day. Overnight at Primate Lodge (BLD)

Day 6: Drive to Queen Elizabeth Park

Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park through Fort Portal. You will drive along the eastern stretch of the Rwenzori Mountains, leading to the Rift Valley that hosts Queen Elizabeth National Park. You will check in at Kyambura Safari Lodge that sits on the cliff that separates the park from the adjacent communities. Overnight at Kyambura Safari Lodge (BLD)

Day 7: Game Drives and Boat Launch on Kazinga

After an early breakfast, you go for a long game drive starting just in time to see game as they have their "breakfast". This park offers variety of wildlife, be assured of a classic African safari experience, the tracks through Kasenyi, the North Kazinga Plains and the Ishasha Sector offers virtually guaranteed buffalo, antelope and elephant sightings, along with warthogs and baboons. Our experienced guide in the early morning or at dusk will help you track down a pride of lions, and maybe even the odd leopards. You will be directed to Ishasha sector to look for the famous tree-climbing lions.
In the afternoon, you will have a boat launch on Kazinga Channel, the oasis for many of the fascinating species that inhabit the park! Taking a boat tour along Kazinga Channel will give you a chance to cruise just meters from hundreds of enormous hippos and buffalos while elephants linger on the shoreline. Overnight at Kyambura Safari Lodge (BLD)

Day 8: Bwindi Forest

Today we drive through the park to the Ishasha region. Game drive in search of tree climbing lion (75% success rate) and other game. Afternoon drive to Bwindi Impenetrable (a World Heritage Site) passing through the scenic area known as The Switzerland of East Africa. The driving today is about 5 1/2 hours (not including game drives). Overnight at Gorilla Forest Camp (BLD)

Day 9: Bwindi Forest

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After breakfast take a short drive to Park Headquarters and meet with excellent local guides and trackers who will give a talk on the etiquette of gorilla trekking. We then hike into the forest where the gorillas were seen the night before and track from that point. The trekking can take from 1 to 6 hours and climb to altitudes in excess of 7,500 feet. The terrain is rough and at times muddy. Although the Hike is physically demanding the beauty of the forest and surrounding scenery make the trekking worthwhile. Once the gorillas are located all fatigue is forgotten, as the experience is often described as being the most profound natural history experience in the world. Picnic lunches are provided and it is important to take plenty of water. Cameras and plenty of fast speed film are recommended. It can rain at a few minutes' notice; hence waterproof clothing is a good essential including zip lock bags for cameras and film.
Overnight at Gorilla Forest Camp (BLD)

Day 10: Bwindi Forest Tour

This is a big day; you will have a rare encounter with gentle giant mountain gorilla. This is no doubt the absolute highlight of a tour to Uganda for most visitors. It is a humbling experience to stand metres from man's distant cousins as they eat rest, play and bond with their young ones. After a briefing by park authorities, you will embark on a forest trek lasting from a few hours up to a full day, depending on the location of the gorillas as they range spontaneously in the thick forest. There are 10 habituated gorilla families and you will be privileged to encounter and spend time with one of the families that can be visited by a group of eight people per day! You will enjoy an exciting journey along forested slopes, bushes and bamboo before you ultimately reach the gorilla family. Coming face-to-face with a mountain gorilla is a truly awesome and emotional experience. Overnight at Gorilla Forest Camp (BLD)

Day 11: Drive to Lake Bunyonyi

Drive through a crisscrossed tarmac road that is re-directed by rocky hills, slope to Lake Bunyonyi, a scenic Crater Lake located in the highlands of South Western Uganda with so many bird species. The word "Bunyonyi", in the local language means, 'the place of very many little birds'. Lake Bunyonyi is the second deepest Lake in Africa, after Lake Tanganyika. The Lake surrounded with 20 small Islands encircled by steep terraced hills. The Lake is Bilharzia-free and has no crocodiles and Hippos; making it very safe to swim. You will enjoy the scenery and relax and have amazing birding experience on a boat ride.

Day 12 Lake Mburo

Drive to Mbarara passing through the Switzerland of East Africa area and eventually into Ankole Cattle country around Mbarara. These cattle are incredible with horns larger than one can imagine. Continue to Lake Mburo National Park, game drive. The drive today is 6 to 7 hours. Lake Mburo National Park is a small park, excellent for birding, antelope and other grazers, one of the only places to easily see Impala and zebra in Uganda.

Game drives offer particularly picturesque game viewing with the Park's mixture of savannah, acacia woodlands, grassy valleys, rocky outcrops, swamps, lakes and rolling hills. Herds of impala (found nowhere else in Uganda), buffalo and zebra, plus waterbuck and eland are amongst the variety of wildlife to be seen. Birders will enjoy the Park's 310 recorded water and dry land species. In this valley we can operate night drives and walks. This is the only park where we will see Impala and Burchell's Zebra. It is an excellent place for walking and exploring a nearby Khopji to perhaps see Klipspringer. Overnight at Mihingo Lodge (BLD)


Day 13: Bush walk and Driver Back to Kampala

After breakfast, check out your room and go on a bush walk with an experienced ranger. You will notice footprints and animal droppings and the ranger will be able to tell you which animal has just past and how long ago. It is exciting to approach wildlife at such close range. Have lunch at Igongo cultural center and drive to Kampala. Your guide driver will stop you at Equator for a photo opportunity and for you to buy a souvenir. Overnight in Kampala (BB)

Day 14: Transfer to Airport and Depart

Your dedicated guide-driver will be on-time to pick your up to catch your flight. We are glad that we got an opportunity to give the best of Uganda! We can't wait to receive your trip feedback!

Thank You.

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