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16-Day Uganda Safari Holiday- Wildlife Tour and Adventure

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A safari in Uganda offers explorers the potential chance to find a place that is known for unblemished regular magnificence. Portrayed as "the Pearl of Africa" by Winston Churchill, Uganda offers a portion of Africa's best topographical and regular magnificence, making it a vacationer safe house. Home to the best centralization of primates on earth (counting around 50% of the world's mountain gorilla populace), the wellspring of the powerful River Nile and wonderful the entire year snow-covered tops on Rwenzori Mountain, Uganda is an undertaking aficionados' heaven. Bird-watchers and big 5 animal lovers alike concur this nation is a genuine African diamond ready to be found.

Allow us take you on this exceptional safari into the Pearl of Africa that the affectionate Memory will remain with you for such a long time.

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16-Day Uganda Safari Holiday- Wildlife Tour and Adventure
16 D A Y S | 15 N I G H T S
Day 1
Arrive Entebbe, pick up and overnight at the booked accommodation.

Upon arrival at Entebbe International Airport, an assigned English-speaking Professional Tour Driver-guide will greet and welcome you to Uganda, the Pearl of Africa. Following that, you will be transferred to your reserved lodging. You will check in and rest, recovering from jet lag and adjusting to the time difference. #Optional (at an additional cost):

If you arrive early and want to do something, you could go on an excursion to the Entebbe Botanical Gardens to see some primates and birds, b) to Mabamba Wetland to see the shoebill stork, or c) to the Lake Victoria Sunset Cruise to local islands and bays. Otherwise, simply check in and rest.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
2 Friends Beach Hotel | Midrange Level Dinner Approx. 10-15 hours.
Day 2
Travel to Zziwa for an hour of rhino tracking. Continue on to Murchison NP.

Get up early, have breakfast, and then drive to Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary. Once there, you will spend an hour on foot tracking rhinos. After the rhino tracking, make your way to Masindi for lunch. After lunch, depart for Murchison Falls National Park. The roaring rapids of the Murchison, the rolling plains of Uganda's largest National Park, and the opportunity to see lions, giraffes, hartebeest, buffalo, and elephants are among the highlights of this park.

The concentration of hippos and Nile crocodiles here will undoubtedly fascinate you. If you are interested and have the time, you can go on a late afternoon-evening game drive.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Pakuba Safari Lodge | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Approx. 7 hours.
Day 3
Murchison game drive and afternoon boat trip to the base of the falls.

After breakfast, depart for an early morning game drive across the rolling plains of Uganda's largest National Park, looking for wildlife such as lions and leopards (though these are difficult to spot). During the drive, any birder will be able to see a variety of birds. Return to your lodging for some rest and lunch. After lunch, you will board a boat to the base of Murchison Falls, where you will be able to see more animals such as hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of water birds. #Optional (at an additional cost): Continue on to the top of the falls if you're interested. The hike may be difficult, but the rush of reaching the top is worth it. Return to your accommodation and relax.

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Pakuba Safari Lodge | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch N/A
Day 4
Transfer from Murchison to Kibale NP. Check in and have good rest.

After breakfast, you will depart immediately for Kibale Forest National Park, which is famous for its primates such as chimps, black and white colobus monkeys, red-tailed monkeys, L'Hoest's monkeys, and Uganda mangabeys (Lophocebus ugandae). The journey is long but breathtaking, passing through villages, lush green countryside, and hills dotted with tea plantations that characterize this part of Uganda. The breathtaking scenery will take your breath away the entire journey. When you arrive at your lodging, check in and relax.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Turaco Treetops | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Approx. 7 hours
Day 5
Chimp trekking (Morning) and transfer to Kasese at the foot of the Rwenzori

Have breakfast and head out for the Bigodi swamp walk. The Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary is a fascinating area, located in Magombe swamp. This area boasts of extensive array of biodiversity among which are several primates’ species like the baboon, black & white colobus monkey.

The Bigodi is also a paradise for bird watchers. Among the major bird species within the sanctuary is the Great Blue Turaco. Return to the lodge for lunch and then embark on a transfer to Kasese Town situated at the foot of the Rwenzori Mountain. You will arrive and do little but just check-in, relax and overnight at the booked accommodation.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Hotel Margherita | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 6
Stage 1: Breakfast, head to the starting point and Trek Rwenzori to Sine Hut.

Have breakfast and drive to the rangers’ point (starting point for your trek). You will receive some briefing and then proceed with the hike to Sine Camp (at 2596m). The hike will take you through the tall forest trees of the Afro montane forest zone. This is a steady climb for about 6 kilometers then along a steep climb towards Sine hut.

The hike will offer you many plant and flower species to view, birds and a chance of seeing some animal species like colobus monkeys and the blue monkeys swinging in the trees. While here, some clients prefer to sit outside enjoying the warmth of the campfire and chat to the guides about the mountains and life in their community. You will be served the dinner and spend the night.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Sine Hut Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 7
Stage 2: Trekking Rwenzori to Mutinda Camp via Kalalama Camp.

After breakfast, trekking starts at 8.30am and you soon enter the bamboo-mimulopsis zone which is a steep climb with many high steps. After about 1.8 kilometers you reach Kalalama Camp (3.147m) which is located in the heather–rapanea zone. Here you will have a rest and a cup of tea. From this point (Kalalama Camp), you proceed along the heather zone passing by several streams and even waterfalls – all covered by the typical green moss vegetation. You will see a lot of Giant Heather trees, sometimes in a misty atmosphere. The arrival point of the day is Mutinda Camp at (3.688m) named after the Mutinda Peaks.

From this point, you can climb further to Mutinda Lookout 3.925m which is about one hour and half walk plus one hour to descend back to the camp. The place is worth a visit as you stand on moss covered rocks with views across the Rwenzori Mountains, down to Kasese town and Lake George.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Mutinda Camp Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 8
Stage 3: Trekking Rwenzori from Mutinda Camp to Bugata Camp.

The trail from Mutinda Camp is a bit boggy with the typical wet vegetation and tussocks. You will enter the Alpine vegetation zone with the presence of the giant lobelias (Lobellia gibberoa), the groundsel (Senecio adnivalis) and the everlasting flowers as you cross the Mutinda valley. Later, climb a steep section up to Namusangi Valley (3.840 m) where you will enjoy the best view of the Mutinda Peaks.

Along the Namusangi Valley, you cross various bogs as you climb to Bugata Camp at 4.062 m – the arrival point of the day. You will have a view of the Weismann’s Peak of Mount Luigi of Savoy which is often covered by snow. The vegetation area is covered with tussock grass, everlasting flowers, giant groundsel and giant lobelia. From the nearby Plozza Rock you will get fantastic views of nine lakes down the valley and Lake Nusuranja.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Bugata Camp Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 9
Stage 4: Trekking Rwenzori to Weismann’s Peak and descend to Kiharo camp.

Have breakfast and proceed for the Weismann peak. The trek starts by walking across the hillside below high cliffs above Bugata Lake. Continue around a ridge point to Lake Kopello where you will walk along the edge of the lake which according to researchers the water temperature averages 2˚C. As you climb, you will get excellent views of the four lakes along the valley below. The last section to the peak is steep on solid rock and can be difficult when snowing (iced up) and it may be necessary to use ropes for safety. On a clear day, you get fantastic views of all the main peaks, Mt Stanley, Mt Speke and Mt Baker.

The top of Weismann’s Peak is relativity flat or dome shaped with deep moss growing on the rocks creating a beautiful atmosphere. For those who want to climb the highest point we can take a gentle walk across the moss covered domed shaped ridge to Stella Peak at (4,626m). Thereafter, you start to descend through a different route which makes the loop. Thus, you will descend down the Nyamwamba valley to Kiharo Camp (at 3460m) for the night.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Kiharo Camp Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 10
Stage 5: Trekking down Rwenzori and proceed to Queen Elizabeth NP.

Have breakfast and proceed down to the base camp where you will find the driver-guide waiting for you. Thereafter, you will transfer to the booked accommodation inside Queen Elizabeth NP. Queen, one of the country’s most frequented tourist destinations.

The park features diverse ecosystems called home by a variety of wildlife species - ten primate species (including chimpanzees), more than 600 bird species, and classic big games. You will arrive and just check-in and have some good rest after (of course) very strenuous days trekking the Rwenzori mountain.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Elephant Hab Lodge | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Approx. 2-3 hours
Day 11
Morning game drive and afternoon boat trip on the Kazinga Channel.

Get up early and eat breakfast. Proceed on a morning game drive in the Kasenyi plains, looking out for Cape buffalos, elephant herds, lions, leopards (though difficult to spot), and other wildlife. Return to your lodging for some rest and lunch. Following lunch, you will embark on a 2-hour boat ride along the Kazinga Channel, which connects Lakes George and Edward.

The sight of wildlife such as giant hippos, elephants, and crocodiles will fascinate you during the trip. At the water's edge, you'll also see a wide variety of birds. You will eat dinner and sleep at your lodging. Optional (at an additional cost): After the boat ride, you may choose to hike to the Twin Lakes.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Elephant Hab Lodge | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 12
Drive to Ishasha in search of tree-climbing lions. Proceed to Bwindi

After a leisurely breakfast, travel to the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, which is famous for its resident tree-climbing lions. The chances of seeing these lions are roughly 70%, though they can be difficult to spot at times (most especially when they are down in the grassland looking for prey). If you happen to see them, it's a beautiful and memorable sight.

You will travel from Ishasha to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. With a long day ahead of you, you will do little on arrival except check into your accommodation and relax before your Bwindi gorilla trekking adventure the next day.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Bakiga Lodge | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Approx.4-5 hours.
Day 13
Gorilla trekking Bwindi Forest and transfer to Lake Bunyonyi for relaxation.

After breakfast, proceed to the rangers' post. You will be briefed (by a ranger guide) on the dos and don'ts. Following that, you will enter the Bwindi Forest to begin your adventure. This rain forest is breathtakingly beautiful! The area has a dramatic steeply forested landscape and is extremely dense, but it is crisscrossed by numerous animal trails that allow tourists access. The time and terrain vary according to the movements of these great primates.

You will be allowed an hour in the presence of a gorilla group once you have located one. Spending time observing these gentle but endangered giants is an unforgettable experience. Return to your lodging, check out, and take a transfer to Lake Bunyonyi. Lake Bunyonyi is surrounded by lush, green-terraced hills that rise to a height of (2,200 - 2,478m), but it's the 29 islands of varying shapes and sizes scattered across the water that make it most magical — you could spend all day admiring them.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Lake Bunyonyi Rock Resort | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Approx.2-3 hours.
Day 14
Relaxation while enjoying the stunning beauty of Lake Bunyonyi.

This day is for relaxation after days of long drives and, of course, strenuous gorilla trekking (previous day) in Bwindi. All meals will be served at the hotel. Optional (at an extra cost): If you want to do something fun, you could do the following: Historical Islands’ tour, visit to the Batwa/pygmies’ community, Nyombe swamp excursion, Mountain Bike cycling, Zip lining, canoeing or kayaking on the lake. The activity can be arranged onsite with the help of your driver-guide. Enjoy your stay.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Lake Bunyonyi Rock Resort | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner N/A
Day 15
Transfer to Lake Mburo NP. Rest and later move out for night game drive.

After breakfast, depart for Lake Mburo National Park via Mbarara City. You'll arrive in Lake Mburo in time for lunch and spend the afternoon and evening relaxing. Later (about 7 p.m.), you'll depart for the breathtaking Mburo night game drive. Expect to see nocturnal creatures including snakes, hyenas, owls, and the elusive leopard (on a lucky day) during the night game drive.

Accommodation: Meals: Drive Time:
Rwakobo Rock | Midrange Level Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Approx.2 hours.
Day 16
Morning walking safari in the park. Return to Entebbe to catch flight.

Enjoy your early breakfast before departing for the Mburo morning park (bush) walk with an armed Uganda Wildlife Authority ranger-guide. On this early morning guided walk, you will have the opportunity to see (up close and personal) Zebras, Giraffes and Eland, Topi and other antelope, Cape buffaloes, and other animals. Take the Trail to the top of the hills for a panoramic view of Lake Mburo and beyond. Thereafter, return to the accommodation for checkout and then hit the road to Entebbe airport to catch flight (1700hrs or later).

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Recommended on request Breakfast Approx. 4 hours.
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To all the ten National Parks including Queen Elizabeth, Lake Mburo, Murchison Falls, Kidepo Valley, Kibale, Mount Elgon, Rwenzori Mountains, Semuliki, Mgahinga Gorilla and Bwindi Impenetrable National Parks.