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This Gorilla and Wildlife tour gives you a chance to get up close with half of the World’’s Mountain Gorillas as well as Wildlife and a Chance to see the Famous Tree Climbing lions.

Trip highlights: Gorilla tracking, Game drive, Launch cruise.


Day 1

Kampala to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Early morning, our driver guide will pick you from your Hotel and we set off from Kampala to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park the home of Mountain Gorillas. Estimated as half of the world’s surviving population of mountain gorillas of about 300 and more live within Bwindi boundaries. This drive is long though enjoyable with an Enroute lunch. Bwindi National Park offers a dramatic steeply forested landscape and is incredibly dense, but crisscrossed by numerous animal trails allowing access to tourist. Apart from the gorillas, there are a variety of primates to be seen including the blue monkeys, red tailed monkeys, and black & white Columbus monkeys. The great blue turacos are often seen and even for a non bird watcher they are marvelous sight. We shall arrive late afternoon and check in to our accommodation for Dinner and overnight at Luxury Accommodation: Buhoma Lodge / Mahogany Springs Lodge / Gorilla Forest Camp. Midrange Accommodation: Silverback Lodge / Gorilla Resort / Engagi Lodge / Gorilla Safari Lodge / Gorilla mist Lodge. Budget Accommodation: Ruhija Gorilla Friends Camp / Gorilla Valley Lodge / Travelers Rest Hotel / Buhoma Community Camp / Bwindi View Bandas. Note: Accommodation Area also depends on the Group you will be tracking your Gorillas. Meal Plan: HB

Day 2

Gorilla tracking

After breakfast we shall proceed to the park offices to begin our adventure with the gentle giants. A briefing will take place at the park headquarters and the time taken and the terrain varies (1- 8 hours) according to the movement of the gorillas. The sight of the mountain gorillas will be an experience to remember. In case you have the afternoon free, have a guided village walk to nearby communities to see and experience the different aspects of Ugandan lives, cultures and lifestyles like the Batwa pygmies. Return to your lodge for your overnight stay as above. Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner / FB)

Day 3

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest through Ishasha to Queen Elizabeth National Park

After an early breakfast, we depart by road through Ishasha, which is a sector in the southern part of Queen Elizabeth National Park famous for tree climbing lions. Ishasha is dominated by acacia woodland and scrubland and features the meandering Ishasha River, banked by a riparian forest. We shall enjoy an enroute lunch before heading northwards to Mweya Peninsula. The Mweya Peninsula is located on the northern bank of the impressive Kazinga Channel at the convergence of the channel with Lake Edward. The area of the Mweya peninsular includes the Channel Track all the way down to Katunguru gate, then across to Kabatoro gate which has a chunky ground cover with dense vegetation dominated by Candelabra Thorn. Dinner and overnight at Luxury Accommodation: Mweya Safari Lodge/ Katara Lodge / Ishasha wilderness Camp. Midrange Accommodation: Kingfisher Lodge / Ihamba Lakeside Safari Lodge/ Enganzi Game Lodge / Queen’s Bush Lodge. Budget Accommodation: Simba Safari Camp / Mweya Hostels. Meal Plan: FB.

Day 4

Queen Elizabeth National Park – Game drive and Launch cruise

An early morning game drive in the Kasenyi Plains. The Kasenyi plains are on the western shores of the adjacent stunning Lake George, just near to the area where the Kazinga Channel confluences with this lake. This area is also known as the Mweya or the Kasenyi Sector as a dissimilarity from the renowned Ishasha Sector found in the southwestern region of the park. The region around Kasenyi is actually an open savannah, and it is swarmed with various wild animals with the Uganda Kob being the dominant animals. Actually this place is the major breeding area for the Uganda Kobs within this park. For that reason, Lions are commonly seen here during the various game drives as they are drawn by the large Kob’s population which is their main prey in this area. In the afternoon we shall enjoy the day with a boat cruise on the Kazinga Channel which adjoins the Lakes Edward and George. Dinner and overnight as above. Meal Plan: FB

Day 5

Transfer back to Kampala - Departure

Today after breakfast we shall drive to Kampala through Fort Portal town with an Enroute lunch. The drive will take us through breathtaking scenery like the tea plantations on the Fort Portal – Kampala Highway and the lush green vegetation. We shall arrive late in Kampala and transfer to your Hotel or transfer to the Airport for your out bound flight home.

All Accommodations and Meals as per tour plan / itinerary and are Based on Per Person Sharing in Double / Twin Rooms and Single room Supplements May Apply where Possible.
– All Ground Transportion and Fuel in a 4×4 wheel drive.
– An Experienced English speaking Driver guide and all his Expenses
– Park Entrance fees, Vehicle Entrance Fees
– Ranger Guide Fees
– 1 Gorilla Tracking Permit
– Guided Community Walk
– Game drive
– Launch Cruise on Kazinga Channel
-Bottled Mineral Water while on your Safari

– International flight Fares and Visas
– Expenses of personal nature
– Tips & Laundry
– Alcoholic Drinks

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  • Day(s): 3 Night(s): 2
    Group Size: 4 pax
    price: $ 2000 /Person

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